HARTFORD RADIO HISTORY
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    Can you help answer any of these questions relating to CT radio history?

What station had the most call letters changes?

Did WDRC ever have studios in the Hotel Bond?

What year did WNLC (New London) go dark for good?

Did WBMI (now WKSS) ever broadcast from High Street in Hartford?

There are reports that in the early seventies WBMI, 95.7, ran a rock format for a few months.  When was this and why was it done?

Were the WTIC radio studios ever in the Travelers Tower?  Where were they prior to that?

When did WLCR, 990 in Torrington, first start broadcasting?

What was the frequency of WKNB-FM?

When did WLCR switch to WBRY?

Other than WQQW, was there another Waterbury AM station that went dark decades ago, never to return to the air?

What year did WDAK go off the air?


Several CT stations went dark, off the air, for a period of months or more before coming back on the air.  This includes WNLC, 1550 WGAB, WDJW and perhaps WRTT.  Were there others (outages due to technical problems do not count)?


We are also looking for any information on the following stations:


WBIS (early)
WMMW-FM/WBMI
WDAK
WDJW
WERB
WINF
WKNB-FM
WLAE
WLVH
WLVX
WRTT
WSCH
WSOR
WTHT
WTHT-FM
WWEB

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