HARTFORD RADIO HISTORY
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ken lawrence said:   March 31, 2013 6:10 am PST
Hello ken is my name and am inquiring about something I found here on the site regarding WQTQ. I attended school at the Oakhill school for the blind from 1974-1975 to the 1978-1979 school years and never knew that antenna for WQTQ was on our campus. I was recently reminded of hearing the station one night in 1978 after downloading a song to my computer I heard that night. I think I now know who the DJ was. can you tell me where on the Oakhill campus the transmitter was, and also can you tell me where Stephanie Jarett, AKA sexy jay is now and can I get in touch with her. is she a minister now as the admin of the facebook page for WQTQ reports? thanks and hope maybe even that stephanie see this.

Jon Howe said:   March 26, 2013 5:53 am PST
Found your website from a link on Wikipedia as I was searching WKSS. I worked there in the early-mid 80's, then moved to Daytona Beach in 1986 to host mornings at WNFI for 3-years...and many stations in FL after that. Boy how time races by! All the best!

KIRK CLOUD said:   February 11, 2013 3:22 pm PST
MR. ARNOLD DEAN RIP!

Pat terKuile said:   February 10, 2013 8:20 pm PST
My family left Ellington, Ct. in '64 for Florida with P&W so dad could work on the SR-71. I was already listening to DRC then and continued to listen to it when we visited relatives there every year after thru the mid 70's. I loved it! However, I remember at some point listening to WABC out of NYC when DRC went off the air every night. (We didn't receive it well in the daytime.) What time did DRC go off the air and when were it's round the clock hours adopted? Great site, by the way! Regards, Pat

wendy pawlak said:   January 25, 2013 11:00 pm PST
the picture below is of the mary jane borden (of the gail borden milk company familyalso, elsie the cow) -munsill house located at the corner of wyllys st and wethersfield ave in hartford. it has a ballroom and an elevator inside. i remember the building history before it was a radio station. it was for many years the Conn dept you went to to obtain your hunting and fishing license. it was also the offices of a law firm. the carriage house behind on wyllys street now offers apartments. #4 wethersfield ave is also in the family. it's a grand example of the old architecture that once made hartford, as samual clemens once said, '' the most beautiful city it has been my pleasure to know"".

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