Denise Harper Takes on New Role at 88.7 The Bridge

88.7 The Bridge (WKNZ-FM, Harrington, DE) has announced long time air personality Denise Harper is joining the staff in a newly formed full-time position. Harper will become Sr. Director of Content Development and Ministry Services – overseeing all programming and online content, while also helping expand existing ministries and developing new ones through The Bridge of Hope, Inc, the parent non-profit corporation of 88.7 The Bridge radio station.


Denise started her broadcast career in 1991, working at WXPZ, Delaware’s first Christian radio station as an air personality, and later as Program Director, Operations Manager, and General Manager. Since 2010, she has co-hosted The Morning Show on 88.7 The Bridge.


She and her husband Ken have two children, and live in Milford, DE.


88.7 The Bridge is a 25,000 watt non-commercial radio station with studios in Milford, and transmitter facilities in Harrington, DE. The station broadcasts contemporary Christian music, and has won numerous awards including Station of the Year, Small Market, from the Christian Music Broadcasters Association, and Delaware Today‘s Best of Delaware® – Best Radio Station for Music 2016 Readers’ Pick Downstate.

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