WDEL 1150 is news and talk hub for the public of Wilmington, Delaware, which locally serves on 1150 kHz on AM dial. The local coverage of the station is increased by its translator WDEL-FM, which airs on 101.7 MHz for Canton, New Jersey run by the power of 3,300 watts and categorized as A-class broadcaster. Not only domestic audience but people from outside of the local region also access its streaming over the web. The station itself classified as B class broadcaster and act as an affiliate for CBS Radio News, SB National Radio Network, and Westwood One Network.
“Delaware’s Newsradio” is the slogan of the station, and it pretty much justifies the service quality and its concern about the residential community. The offices of the station are based on Shipley Road in Wilmington along with its transmitter, which is run by the power of 5,000 watts. Forever Media currently owns the assets of the broadcaster along with its sister broadcasters WFAI, WDEL-FM, WSTW, WXCY, WAVD, WXDE, WNCL, WAFL, and WYUS.
WDEL 1150 aired for the first time on 22nd of July 1922 with a broadcasting format of local talk, and some nationally syndicated shows. Previously, it was linked to Delmarva Broadcasting Company, which is a media corporation, and moved to its current owner on the 20th of May 2019. You can help the channel in further improving their services and quality of programming by contacting them on the web portal or by following on social media.