WHYY-FM expands programming to the South Jersey SHORE! (Cheers!)

Philadelphia's Public Radio for the Delaware Valley (PA,DE,NJ)

WHYY began broadcasting on October 20, 1954. The station was founded by a group of dedicated citizens led by Dr. W. Laurence LePage, then president of The Franklin Institute. LePage and his support group of citizens, corporations and foundations persuaded Westinghouse Radio, Inc. to donate a fully operational FM radio station at 17th and Sansom Streets. WHYY, which stood for "Wider Horizons for You and Yours", dedicated its evening broadcasts to providing educational and cultural programming for the citizens in the metropolitan Philadelphia area... more at phillyradioarchives

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