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Mailing Address

Frank N. Andersen Broadcast Center
1961 Delta Rd.
University Center MI 48710

Location

Delta Broadcasting is located on the South Concourse Level of Delta College.


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Closed Captioning Concerns

Immediate Contact

Phone: (989) 686-9348
Fax: (989) 686-0155
Email: josephyezak@delta.edu

Written Complaints

Joseph Yezak, Program Manager
Frank N. Andersen Broadcast Center
1961 Delta Rd.
University Center MI 48710

Public File

The WDCQ public file can be accessed online at our public file page. If you require assistance, please contact Joseph Yezak at (989) 686-9348 or josephyezak@delta.edu.

Financial Statements

The most recent annual financial statement can be accessed online. For other financial statements and records, please contact the general manager at (989) 686-9580 or email wdcq@delta.edu.

Station Management

Thomas Bennett

General Manager
(989) 686-9580
thomasbennett@delta.edu 

Joseph Yezak

Program Manager
(989) 686-9348
josephyezak@delta.edu

Pamela Clark

Executive Director of Institutional Advancement
(989) 686-9225
pamelaclark@delta.edu

Website Contact

To report errors or technical problems with this website, please contact Chas Eldridge at (989) 686-9166 or celdridg@delta.edu.

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