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Jerry "big dog" Kelly said:   April 23, 2011 6:25 pm PST
Hey just to let everyone know that , yes WKOB is back! and yes we do have connections to the original one from David Puttermans ownership of the station after Joe Senks time period when it was located for a time on Wooster Street in New Britain, we are currently located secretly in Bristol, more details to follow, stay tuned!

Samuel K. Sakowski said:   April 21, 2011 5:50 pm PST
yes it is true WKOB does exsist though I am somewhat involved, I am not really at liberty to disclose much information here other than to say, it is a low power station operating at this time in Bristol, Connecticut,, I also happen to be happy to say that they can be heard on Songza and pandradio.com....perhaps its creator would be willing to disclose more details soon

"phil allen" said:   April 10, 2011 5:41 am PST
I absolutely love your page.. "awesome"..

B.J. Bannon said:   March 31, 2011 6:42 pm PST
hey dudes and dudettes!!I found a old pirate called WKOB on the internet and was wondering if anyone can post information here as to if its the same WKOB from New Britain back in the seventies?? please share that info with all of us here,,,thanks,, ( yup,I used to be a d.j. to)

Gene Garnes said:   March 19, 2011 12:06 am PST
When I went to work at NBC Radio as a radio engineer in the late seventies, there was an studio engineer working there named George Kovacs who told me great stories about WTIC AM when he worked there as a studio engineer. It sure sounded like it was a great place to work.

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