While not a traditional over the air radio station, Connecticut's CRIS Radio has been a important part of the states broadcasting landscape for close to three decades. It's radio for the blind that has been on the air since about 1980. For many years, the studios were on the corner of Ridge Rd. and Jordan Lane in Wethersfield. Currently, they have their own building on Windsor Ave in Windsor.
CRIS doesn't have their own frequency - they broadcast on donated side bands (for example WJMJ in the Hartford area) and as well as other stations and cable systems in other parts of the state. The station has multiple satellite studios around the state.
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