|City of license||Allentown, Pennsylvania|
|Broadcast area||Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania|
|Slogan||"Where Definitely It's You"|
|Translator(s)||W229AO 93.7 FM
W230AG 93.9 FM
|First air date||January 8, 1995|
|Callsign meaning||Do It Yourself|
|Affiliations||NPR member station|
|Owner||Lehigh Valley Community Broadcasters Association, Inc.|
WDIY (88.1 FM) is a community public radio station licensed to Allentown, Pennsylvania, and based in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, United States. The station serves the Lehigh Valley region of eastern Pennsylvania and western Warren County in New Jersey.
WDIY has an air staff of 70 volunteers and a paid management staff. It has been broadcasting since January 8, 1995. The station is licensed to Lehigh Valley Community Broadcasters Association, Inc., a nonprofit organization. The station's mission "is to engage the Lehigh Valley community through a wide-ranging exchange of music, arts, news and culturally diverse information."
WDIY's program schedule includes NPR's Morning Edition, Fresh Air with Terry Gross and All Things Considered weekdays, with classical music and adult album alternative programs between the news shows. Weeknights and weekends, the station features a variety of music, including folk music, blues, electronic music, jazz, world music, alternative rock, classical music, avant-garde music and ethnic music (Jewish, Arabic and Indian), as well as NPR's Weekend Edition and Fresh Air Weekend and they do not air weekend All Things Considered.
In addition to its main frequency at 88.1 FM, which broadcasts to Allentown and Bethlehem, WDIY maintains two other frequencies: 93.7 in Trexlertown and Fogelsville and 93.9 in Easton and Phillipsburg (New Jersey).
|City of license||ERP
|W229AO||93.7 FM||Fogelsville, Pennsylvania||80||D||FCC|
|W230AG||93.9 FM||Easton, Pennsylvania||7||D||FCC|
- WDIY official website
- Query the FCC's FM station database for WDIY
- Radio-Locator information on WDIY
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WDIY
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