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City Delaware Township, New Jersey
Frequency 89.7 MHz
First air date February 19, 1990
Format Variety
ERP 6 watts horizontal
3,800 watts vertical
HAAT 221.0 meters
Class A
Facility ID 52174
Transmitter coordinates 40°30′37.00″N 74°57′29.00″W / 40.5102778°N 74.9580556°W / 40.5102778; -74.9580556
Callsign meaning W Delaware Valley Radio
Owner Penn-Jersey Educational Radio Corp.
Website http://www.wdvrfm.org/

WDVR (89.7 FM) is a community radio station serving parts of western New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania in the United States. The station, which broadcasts a variety format, is licensed to Delaware Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.

WDVR is owned by Penn-Jersey Educational Radio Corp.[1] The station is staffed by over fifty volunteers who have expertise in their genre of music or talk. Hosts are free to choose music and create their shows themselves within the boundaries of "family friendly" programming. WDVR is supported by donations from its audience.


  1. ^ "WDVR Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 

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