Infobox Radio Station
name = WHYY-FM
branding = "WHYY 91 FM" or "91 FM"
slogan = Radio That's Worth Your Time
December 14, 1954
frequency = 90.9 (MHz) HD Radio
90.9 HD-2 for Arts & Info Service
format = Public affairs/News/Talk
erp = 13,500
haat = 280
class = B
facility_id = 72336
owner = WHYY, Inc.
webcast = [http://www.whyy.org/91FM/live.html Listen Live]
website = [http://www.whyy.org/91FM/ www.whyy.org/91FM/]
callsign_meaning = Wider Horizons for You and Yours
former_callsigns = WUHY (1966-1983)
WHYY-FM is a
National Public Radiomember on 90.9MHz, and serves the Delaware Valleyarea, which is the metro area of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Offices are located in Philadelphia and Wilmington, Delaware. Both the TV and FM transmitters are located in the Roxboroughsection of Philadelphia.
NPR: " Fresh Air" with Terry Gross, "Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane" [ [http://www.whyy.org/91FM/radiotimes.html Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane] , whyy.org] and "You Bet Your Garden", an organic gardening talk show.
WHYY Philadelphia also produces another NPR program, "A Chef's Table", with host and chef Jim Coleman.
Controversy erupted in the Summer of 2007 when station CEO Bill Marrazzo was cited by the watchdog group
Charity Navigatoras the highest paid CEO in all of public broadcasting.
Popular "Philadelphia Inquirer" columnist Karen Heller called for a boycott of WHYY in an August 2007 column and in September 2007 an anonymous group of WHYY employees sent an open letter to Marrazzo, the "Inquirer", the "
Philadelphia Daily News" and "Philadelphia" magazine, accusing him of "a serious lack of understanding when it comes to creating ... a healthy workplace" and assailing his salary as "excessive and inappropriate." The five-page letter concluded with a call for Marrazzo to resign. [cite news | title=Letter to the CEO | date=2007-09-05 | url =http://www.citypaper.net/blogs/clog/2007/09/05/letter-to-the-ceo/ | work = Philadelphia City Paper| accessdate = 2008-02-24 ] [cite news | first=Steve | last=Volk | coauthors= | title=Dead Air | date= 2007-10-05| url =http://www.phillymag.com/articles/dead_air/ | work = Philadelphia Magazine| accessdate = 2008-02-24 ]
* [http://www.whyy.org/91FM/ WHYY website]
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