The WDEV Network
96.1 | 96.5 | 98.3 | 101.9 | AM550
Serving Vermont with unique and relevant programming since 1931. Locally Owned ~ Locally Operated ~ Locally Programmed.
News and Weather
WDEV features more local, relevant news programming than any other station in Vermont. Our Forecaster Roger Hill provides detailed regional forecasts that give an extra level of detail so you can plan you day in confidence.
Forecaster Roger Hill ~ Presented By 802Cars.com
For a full list and schedule visit our program guide.
WDEV NEWS SERVICES
Essential reporting on local, regional, national and global news. Morning News Service at 7am-9am, Midday News Service at Noon-1pm & Afternoon News Service 4pm-5:30pm.
Ken Squier Sports
Local, National and Global sport headlines and commentary with the legendary broadcaster and WDEV Owner, Ken Squier. Weekdays at 12:30pm and 4:30pm.
NASCAR & ACT Racing
Live NASCAR racing from the Motor Racing Network and Performance Racing Network, plus live coverage of local ACT racing events throughout the season.
WDEV’s news talk program featuring important topics, important guests and your phone calls. Mondays with Christine Moriarty and Tuesday through Friday with Mike Smith.
Arty LaVigne spins a variety of classic and modern songs, plus interviews and live performances with local artists. Always accepting requests by phone. Weekdays at 2pm.
The greatest play-by-play coverage of every Norwich Cadets Men’s Ice Hockey game with the Hall-of-Fame voice of Norwich Hockey, George Commo.
The Trading Post
Buy, Sell, Trade and Swap items with other Vermonters. Airing each weekday morning at 6:35am, plus a Bonus Edition at 8am on Saturdays. Submit items by phone, email, or regular mail.
Red Sox Baseball
Your Station for Red Sox Nation. WDEV has every game, home and away. Featuring the voice of the Red Sox, Joe Castiglione and Tim Neverett.
High School Basketball
“Bada-Bing” Brent Curtis provides the best live play-by-play coverage of our communities High School boys and girls basketball programs.
WDEV is radio that actually reflects the reality of local life, and… it’s all but disappeared everywhere else.”Harper's Magazine