Anne Young

Development Director

The next step in Delmarva Public Media’s three-station collaboration is to establish a joint web platform. Over the next few weeks, the DPM website will be upgraded to include content, program information and schedules for all three stations on one website. Visual improvements will also be made.

Our staff is working to complete this process as quickly as possible, and expect no disruptions in website users’ ability to access content or donate to the stations. News stories will also be available online.

Delmarva Public Media, your local public radio service, is celebrating the love of music this March. We all experience music in distinct and meaningful ways. Our public radio stations exist because of our community's collective love of music. 

DPM wants you to be a part of our celebration of music. We want to know what you love about music - any music. 

Record your answer and email it to dpr@salisbury.edu and DPM may feature it on the radio this spring.

WSCL’s over-the-air signal has been experiencing some intermittent dropouts recently due to the microwave link which connects our studio location in Salisbury, MD, to our tower in Seaford, DE. We have purchased a new amplifier in order to correct this problem and anticipate it will be installed soon.

WSCL’s digital signal is unaffected by this issue and the station can be streamed online via web browser, smartphone app, or smart speaker.

We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding and loyal listening.

Delmarva Public Media (DPM) and the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore (CFES) recently donated a combined $5,000 to the Maryland Food Bank following DPM’s annual end-of-year campaign.

Comprised of Salisbury University’s WSCL 89.5 FM and WSDL 90.7 FM, and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore’s WESM 91.3 FM, the three-station DPM partnership pledged 10 percent of contributions it received during the final six weeks of 2020 to the food bank. CFES agreed to match those funds up to $2,500.

SALISBURY, MD---A donation to Delmarva Public Media (DPM) this fall not only will help keep unique programming on local airwaves, but also will assist in feeding families on the Eastern Shore.

Comprised of Salisbury University’s WSCL 89.5 FM and WSDL 90.7 FM, and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore’s WESM 91.3 FM, the three-station partnership hosts its annual end-of-year campaign November 16-December 31. Ten percent of all contributions received during that time will benefit the Maryland Food Bank Eastern Shore.

SALISBURY, MD---A donation to Delmarva Public Media (DPM) this fall not only will help keep unique programming on local airwaves, but also will assist in feeding families on the Eastern Shore.

Comprised of Salisbury University’s WSCL 89.5 FM and WSDL 90.7 FM, and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore’s WESM 91.3 FM, the three-station partnership hosts its annual end-of-year campaign November 16-December 31. Ten percent of all contributions received during that time will benefit the Maryland Food Bank Eastern Shore.

SALISBURY, MD---For more than three decades, Salisbury University’s Delmarva Public Radio and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore’s WESM 91.3 FM have been allies in public broadcasting on the peninsula.

On Wednesday, July 1, they strengthen that bond with a new partnership to create Delmarva Public Media. The new organization will allow all three stations — including Delmarva Public Radio’s WSCL 89.5 FM and WSDL 90.7 FM — to share resources in an increasingly competitive market.

Beebe Healthcare is sharing recently updated CDC guidelines after the organization made an announcement on Friday. The CDC announced from recent studies on COVID-19 that a portion of individuals with coronavirus lack symptoms or who are pre-symptomatic can transmit the virus to others.

Medical supply donations are being accepted this week at Delaware Technical Community College's Georgetown campus. The supplies will be donated to first responders and medical facilities in Sussex County. 

Donations will be collected between April 2-4 from noon to 6 p.m. at the Owens Campus - Georgetown at 21179 College Drive in teh parking lot near the baseball field.

All donations must be new and must fall into these categories:

COVID-19 is a rapidly evolving situation. Please be aware that any information shared can change at any time. The number of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Delaware continues to rise, especially in Sussex County. In order to provide needed medical supplies to the healthcare systems in Delaware, eBright Health ACO is hosting donation drop-off locations throughout the state. The Sussex County event for Beebe Healthcare will be held Wednesday, April 1 through Saturday, April 4, 9 a.m.

WILMINGTON, Del. –  Governor John Carney on Sunday signed the seventh modification to his State of Emergency declaration, ordering all out-of-state travelers into Delaware to immediately self-quarantine for 14 days to fight the spread of COVID-19.

Today is the National Day of Giving, or Giving Tuesday. The date, which was established in 2012, falls on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving.

This year, Delmarva Public Radio is joining forces with the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore (CFES) on an all-local online giving campaign called, “THE SHORE GIVES MORE”.

The campaign is an opportunity to localize your Giving Tuesday donation by gathering all of your favorite Delmarva nonprofit organizations on one online giving platform, www.shoregivesmore.org.