WDR is a radio network by the Westdeutscher Rundfunk public broadcasting corporation in Germany. WDR specialises in popular music aimed at the 14-39 age demographic, the average age of its listeners is 34.
On 1 September 2000 WDR was relaunched. Between 2 pm and 8 pm the programming was not subdivided into different named shows but instead given the name of the day and the current hour, for example: "Eins Live - Donnerstag - Achtzehn" (translated as: "One Live - Thursday - Eighteen"). All shows broadcast after 8 pm had a name. Monday to Thursday the show was named Kultkomplex playing specialist music. On Sunday the show Heimatkult was broadcast, this introduced new bands from within the broadcasting area. On 1 November 2006 WDR introduced a new logo.