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
WDEV Vermont Radio Programs
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 6am-9am, Midday News Service at Noon-1pm & Afternoon News Service 4pm-5:30pm.
The Dave Gram Show
WDEV’s news talk program featuring important topics, important guests and your phone calls. Monday through Friday 9am-11am with Dave Gram.
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.
The Dump Show
A legendary program with a legendary host. Join Ken Squier and Jack Donovan each Saturday morning immediately following the Bonus Edition Trading Post.
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.
Norwich Cadets Hockey
Live Norwich Men’s hockey games during regular season and playoffs. Join George Commo for play-by-play coverage of all home and away games for one of the highest ranked Division III teams in the nation.
WDEV is radio that actually reflects the reality of local life, and… it’s all but disappeared everywhere else.”Harper's Magazine
VT DIGGER HEADLINES
Vermont’s Legislature ‘desperately needs’ a human resources office: counsel
Regulators allow 2020 hospital budgets to exceed growth target
Darren Springer: A Roadmap to Net Zero Energy
Climate change: Could ‘climigration’ help reverse Vermont’s population trends?
Steven Gordon: Mounting pressures on Vermont’s hospitals