You can reach WDFH by phone, regular mail, or e-mail.
Why do you want to contact WDFH?
Please read the notes below before sending anything by mail or e-mail. Thanks.
Get information on something you've heard
We can usually provide you with information about programming you've heard on WDFH.
Make a contribution
Please do not send press releases at this time. When we are ready to accept press releases, we will post a separate e-mail link specifically for WDFH News. Please note that because we cover national and international issues through programming from Pacifica and other sources, our local staff covers only local issues, so please do not include us in any mailings for press releases that are not local to the lower Hudson valley (Westchester and Rockland counties).
Public Service Announcement Requests
We are not able to offer free public service announcements at this time. To get information about getting on-air exposure on WDFH for an event, please review our media kit (pdf) and then contact us at 914-674-0900 ext. 60 or .
Musicians and Promoters
WDFH is not currently accepting music for airplay consideration.
Please note that our music format encompasses rock, folk, blues, and jazz. Submissions outside these areas are unlikely to be added to our library.
For reasons of audio fidelity, we do not play music that has been encoded into mp3 or another lossy format. Local musicians should send a CD. Please do not send music or other attachments via e-mail.
We will post information at wdfh.org when we're ready to accept music submissions from the broader music community again.
Our requests about e-mail
WDFH, like many others, has been inundated with vast abuses of our e-mail system. E-mail can be a valuable and efficient means of communicating relevant things, but it's come to be used for way too much that is irrelevant. Our resources are limited and we're sure that you appreciate that we're trying to put all of our effort into bringing you quality programming.
To help us sift through the muck, please type "WDFH-FM" plus the topic of your e-mail in the subject line — thus, if you want to pledge, type "WDFH-FM pledge" in the subject line. So far, the spammers haven't been able to circumvent this on a mass basis. E-mails without "WDFH-FM" in the subject line are less likely to get read.