DPR will be airing live broadcasts from the National Folk Festival via a Tieline audio-over IP box. One Tieline is at the Festival, the other is at our station.
We ran into a bit of difficulty as there is no reliable (other than wi-fi) internet connection at the stage. Thankfully, we can use a Ubiquity Nanobeam as a bridge. Think of it as a cat-5 ethernet cable via a 5G microwave link.
The following are some photos of our setup. Watch this space for furture updates.
DPR is proud to partner with the National Folk Festival , happening in Salisbury, MD, on September 6 - 9, 2019. This year, DPR will partner with WESM 91.3 FM at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore to present live simulcast coverage of the diverse musical acts who will be visiting from all over the globe.
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A vigil was held at the Asbury United Methodist Church to mark the mass shooting deaths in in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio. Local religous leaders reflect on the meaning and impact of the shootings.
Guests: Tom Passmore, Seior Pastor atAsbury United Methodist Church.
John Wright, Pastor at the Unitarian Univeraslist Fellowship
Michael O'Loughlin, Political Science Professor at Salisbury University
Violinist Elena Urioste will be returning to our area this August for Chamber Music by the Sea. Delmarva Public Radio's Chris Ranck had a chance to visit with the artist to learn more about the event and how yoga can help classical musicians.
This is the third in Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition’s three part series on truth. In the first the nature of truth was discussed and what it might mean to live in a post-truth era. The second program focused on truth in civil society and how cultures develop when truth is denigrated. In today’s program, the focus is on truth and its relation to politics. Wilson’s guests are Don Rush, Adam Wood, and Michael O’Loughlin. Don Rush is Associate Program Director- Sr.
It’s the end of June on the Delmarva and the increasing week-end traffic heading east from Annapolis and further points west testifies to the call the sea and the beach have on us. Why is it that we flock to the beach or at least to the water’s edge each summer? Perhaps, and we can only speculate here, the pull of the sea is actually a call to return to the place of our beginnings. After all, we are created in water, a private sea in which we live and grow for nine months, give or take, and our bodies are between 70 to 60 percent water depending on our age.
Delmarva Public Radio has won awards from the 2018 Chesapeake Associated Press Broadcaster's Association Contest. Winners were announced June 8th in Ocean City, MD. For a full list of awards, click here.
Three distinguished local poets, Sue Ellen Thompson, Anne Colwell, and Adam Tavel are Harold Wilson’s guests today. All have received wide recognition for their poetry. Sue Ellen Thompson, was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize and is winner of the 2010 Maryland Author Award. Her poems have been read a number of times on National Public Radio’s “The Writer’s Almanac.” Anne Colwell has received an Established Artist Award in Poetry and an Emerging and Established Artist Award in Fiction from the Delaware State Arts Council.
The 2018-2019 Season of live Saturday Matinee broadcasts from the Toll Brothers-International Metropolitan Opera Network concludes this Saturday at 1PM on 89.5, WSCL, with a performance of Francis Poulenc's Dialogues des Carmelites. Opera lovers, take heart...Our Saturdays with the Metropolitan Opera will resume next December 7th with a performance of Phillip Glass's Akhnaten.
This is the second program in Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition series on truth. Harold Wilson’s guests are Don Rush and Adam Wood. Don Rush is Associate Program Director- Sr. Producer News and Public Affairs at Delmarva Public Radio, and Adam Wood is Chairman of the Department of English at Salisbury University, and chair of the Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure.