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WFAS no longer on your standard AM radio

Station owner Cumulus has converted WFAS-AM into AM1230Digital and is transmitting a digital signal that can only be heard on digital AM receivers.

CT and NY attorneys general unhappy with appeals court ruling on...

FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai called the court decision a "big victory for consumers."

Cumulus selling Bronxville radio station, keeping WFAS for now

Both WFAS-AM at 1230 on the dial and its FM sister station had been transmitting from a 7-acre site at 365 Secor Road in Hartsdale since 1947.

Radio Free Connecticut is on the air as Matt Boland features...

"The station is usually on three to four days a week, sometimes five," said Matt Boland. "I don’t have a set standard."

Net neutrality bill squeaks through Connecticut Senate vote

Connecticut Senate Majority Leader Bob Duff spearheaded this legislative effort by insisting the bill would “hold companies to their commitments not to block websites, throttle speeds, or impose prioritization pricing and to establish a process for internet service providers to certify that they will not engage in practices inconsistent with net neutrality principles.”

Sen. Blumenthal says he will sponsor internet privacy bill

The Connecticut Democrat's planned bill would empower the federal Trade Commission to enforce internet privacy and data security rules for internet service providers.

Gigabit expert addresses Westchester cities’ high-speed internet plan

As Westchester's four largest cities get set to undertake a $750 million public-private effort to bring super-speedy gigabit broadband internet speeds to its residents...