Delmarva Broadcasting Company

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Delmarva Broadcasting Company is a privately owned radio company, which operates radio stations in Maryland, Delaware and New Jersey. It is a wholly owned asset of the Steinman family of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Steinman Enterprises also operate numerous other companies, including Lancaster Newspapers, Inc., Lancaster Newspapers and Intelligencer Printing, as well as farming and coal mines.

Headquartered in Wilmington, Delaware, Delmarva Broadcasting Company (DBC) owns and operates 12 radio stations in four radio markets.

On October 10, 2008 Delmarva Broadcasting joined Radiolicious and began streaming on the iPhone and iPod Touch.[1]

Stations[edit]

Branding Callsign Frequency Power Location
Faith 1510 WFAI-AM 1510 kHz 2.5 kW (day) Salem, New Jersey
WDEL WDEL-FM 101.7 MHz 3.3 kW Canton, New Jersey
WDEL-AM 1150 kHz 5 kW Wilmington, Delaware
93.7 WSTW WSTW 93.7 MHz 47 kW
Delaware 105.9 WXDE 105.9 MHz 6 kW Lewes, Delaware
Eagle 97.7 WAFL 97.7 MHz 3 kW Milford, Delaware
Cool 101.3 WNCL 101.3 MHz 3 kW
ESPN Delaware WYUS 930 kHz 500 watts (day)
81 watts (night)
97.1 The Wave WAVD 97.1 MHz 4.6 kW Ocean Pines, Maryland
New Country 103.7 WXCY 103.7 MHz 37 kW Havre De Grace, Maryland

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Delmarva Tries a Taste of Radiolicious". Bay Ledger. October 30, 2008. Archived from the original on October 8, 2010. Retrieved 2016-07-15. 

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