Chris Ranck

Assoc. Director- Program and Operations Services

Chris Ranck is Delmarva Public Radio's Executive Producer,  Program Director  and  Automation Engineer.

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On today's program, we get local reaction to President Trump's first State of the Union Address.

Guests: Mike Pretl- with the Wicomico County Democratic Club

Michael O'Loughlin, Salisbury University Political Science Professor

Mark McIver, Chairman, Wicomico County Republican Central Committee

Folk Alley joins Delmarva Public Radio’s (DPR’s) programming lineup on WSDL 90.7 FM in early February.

The show airs 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday on WSDL 90.7 FM.

Produced by WKSU in Kent, OH, the program features acoustically-based music in the genres of contemporary and traditional folk, Americana, Celtic and roots music. Listeners will hear new releases, classics, and exclusive Folk Alley in-studio and live concert recordings.

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Salisbury University's Cultural Calendar week of February 5th, 2018

Freedom of speech is one of the defining characteristics of any democracy. However, we have recently seen serious challengers to free speech on college campuses that has raised the First Amendment and our general understanding of free speech to a new level of debate.

Begins Feb.11, 2018

Do you love music played by real people? Are you looking for an alternative to the world's electronic noise? Then join us Sundays on WSDL, 90.7 for an evening you'll be sure to enjoy. 

At 4PM, we bring you NPR's venerable Thistle & Shamrock. Host Fiona Ritchie explores the Celtic musical traditions of Europe and North America.

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Salisbury University's Cultural Calendar week of January 29th, 2018

The Trump Administration has decided that Haitians will no longer be eligible  for the H-2A and H-2b guest worker programs. We get local reaction.

In the second half, we gauge opposition to the Trump Administration plans to open up coastal waters to offshore drilling.

Guests: Habacuc Petion, General Manager of WRBY-LP 100.5FM , a lpfm radio station broadcasting in creole

Matt Heim, with the Assateague Coastal Trust

In the first half of today's program, we look at how the new tax cuts will affects Maryland taxpayers. In the second half, we look at how oyster gardening may revitalize the Chesapeake Bay area waterways.

Guests:

Benjamin Orr, Executive Director of the Maryland Center on Economic Policy

Bob Collins, Program Manager with the Delaware Center for the Inland Bays

Ab Ream, volunteer at the Delaware Center for the Inland Bays

Due to the continuing blizzard conditions and high winds, Salisbury University will remain closed on Friday, January 5. Essential personnel will be expected to report as required.

Please continue to monitor the local media and the SU website, Facebook and Twitter pages for any updates. For the latest about the weather online, visit the National Weather Service website at www.noaa.gov  and the Weather Channel at www.weather.com.

SALISBURY, MD---Salisbury University will be closed Thursday, January 4, at midnight due to the forecasted impact of Winter Storm Grayson. Essential personnel should report to work as scheduled.

All classes and events on campus on Thursday are canceled. Winter term students should log into MyClasses for any special class instructions. SU Art Galleries Downtown is closed on Wednesday, January 3. The Patricia R. Guerrieri Academic Commons closes at 7 p.m. today. Other Wednesday evening activities, including the men’s and women’s basketball games against York College, may continue.

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