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Wait Wait…Don’t tell me! Delaware has its own NPR affiliate! Governor Markell joined state and local officials in dedicating WDDE 91.1, a Delaware First Media partnership with the University of Delaware and Delaware State University (DSU). A breath of Fresh Air to news radio fans throughout the state, Delaware’s first public radio news station broadcasts 24/7 from DSU’s campus. You can tune in to 91.1 FM or listen live on www.wdde.org.


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