WDASHistory.org is a virtual web museum which chronicles the compelling story
of an extraordinary radio station's impact on the United States Civil Rights Movement
and entertainment industry.

Rev. Ralph Abernathy, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Bob Klein, Cecil Moore
back row: Georgie Woods, Ed Bradley [before CBS News]

Produced and curated by Wynne Alexander, the site has been visited
by viewers in 73 countries, spanning six continents.

CNN-Headline News via Comcast Newsmakers

Interview on Malcolm X and Philadelphia's Successful Plan
to Protect Him

CNN-HeadlineNews Channel
Interview via Comcast Newsmakers
on the impact of WDASHistory.org

50th Anniversary of the 1963 March On Washington
Media Coverage


Three-page coverage of Malcolm X history at WDAS

Detailing WDAS Innovations and Contributions

Thousands Across the Country Remember Butterball
1942 - 2012

The site's been viewed by over 230 colleges and universities in the United States
and made headlines inspiring a new generation of writers and film makers.

WDASHistory.org Headlines at KYW News Radio
History Inspires Award Winning Filmmakers

      KYW News Radio-Karin Phillips reporting

Pennsylvania House Resolution 858 honoring filmmakers inspired by WDASHistory.org, introduced by Representative Louise Williams Bishop-lawmaker and pioneering WDAS Radio legend