Station Profile

Our Mission

The mission of WDIY as a public radio station is to engage the Lehigh Valley community through a wide-ranging exchange of music, arts, news and culturally diverse information.

About WDIY

WDIY is a listener-supported public radio station based in the Lehigh Valley area of Pennsylvania which has been broadcasting since January, 1995.  We serve the community of eastern Pennsylvania and western New Jersey with award-winning NPR programs like Morning Edition and All Things Considered along with locally-produced programs exploring political, financial, and cultural topics in the Lehigh Valley.

In addition to news and public affairs, WDIY is also home to an eclectic mix of music programs. Classical, folk, jazz, blues, indie rock, world music, and more can be heard on WDIY every week. We are committed to providing our listeners with the most wide-ranging mix of stimulating music for the community we serve--a mix of music that isn't available anywhere else in the Lehigh Valley. WDIY prides itself on presenting hand-picked music from members of the community who are passionate about the music they play. We are home to over 120 dedicated volunteers, including over 90 volunteer on-air hosts who work to bring the station's programming to our listeners.

WDIY is the NPR station for the Lehigh Valley and the only locally-based public radio station in the area. The station is licensed to the Lehigh Valley Community Broadcasters Association, Inc., an accredited 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The largest--and most reliable--source of support for the station comes from member contributions. All membership donations made to WDIY are tax-deductible.

WDIY can be heard at:
• 88.1 FM in the Lehigh Valley and beyond
• 93.9 FM in Easton/Phillipsburg
• 93.7 FM in Fogelsville/Trexlertown
• Streaming Online: wdiy.org

More Links:
The history of WDIY
The by-laws of the Lehigh Valley Communtiy Broadcasters Association, Inc.