Radio Program of the UECC

Radio Philadelphia

The UECC produces an hour-long weekly community-based radio program. WWDB-AM 860 (The Multicultural Voice of the Delaware Valley) airs the Ukrainian hour of the UECC "Radio Philadelphia" each Saturday morning from 9am to 10am. The Radio Hour features a literary corner, current news from Ukraine, Ukrainian classical and contemporary music, medical moments and a local community events calendar. Over 80 volunteers have helped in the past. The program has generated a responsive listening audience.



Visit them online at or Call to Listen 712.432.6621.


Ukrainian Radio Program Director Borys Zacharczuk

Staff members include Ivan Prasko, Osip Roshka and Halyna Kozak

Music and Technical Director Orysia Hewka



If you are interested in advertising regularly on the program, or would like to place a one-time advertisement for personal, non-profit or business purpose, simply fill out our Advertising Agreement. Click here for the Standard Advertising Agreement Form. Click here for the Business Advertising Agreement Form. The forms can also be picked up from the UECC Office. Either mail the completed form to the UECC or bring it in during regular office hours. Fees and Rates are posted on the forms. Ask to speak to the Director of the program about a long-term (year or half-year) contract.


Our Ukrainian radio hour also provides you with the unique opportunity to send personalized birthday/anniversary greetings to your family or friends. Just send by mail or fax (215-663-8572) your text to the UECC by Wednesday by 4pm (the deadline for submissions) or simply call the office (215) 663-1166 and ask for the Program Director. Your greetings can be in either Ukrainian or English.

Ukrainian Radio Program of the UECC is now on WWDB-AM 860

9:00 am - 10:00 am

Music and discussion about issues and events important to the Ukrainian community in the Delaware Valley.

WWDB-AM 860 The Multicultural Voice of the Delaware Valley

Call to Listen 712.432.6621

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