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Changes announced for Connecticut Public’s food programming

WNPR’s weekly radio show “Seasoned” will transition into a monthly podcast.

New documentary hails Bridgeport’s WPKN-FM as ‘The Greatest Radio Station in...

The film will be screened on June 23 at the Bridgeport Film Festival.

Radio’s William O’Shaughnessy dead at age 84

William O’Shaughnessy, owner of Westchester radio stations WVOX and WVIP, has died at his home in Litchfield, Connecticut. He was 84. O’Shaughnessy was a former...

Will Stanley, co-owner of WKZE-FM, has died

Stanley and his wife Barb acquired the station in 2005.

Yonkers begins back in business campaign

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jUtR42TVUqs&feature=youtu.be With phase four of economic reopening underway, the city of Yonkers has begun a new marketing campaign titled “Yonkers is Back to Business!” Mayor Mike...

WICC signs off on Bridgeport and relocates to Milford

WICC began broadcasting Nov. 8, 1926, as the seventh radio station in the state and the second in Fairfield County.

Startup broadcaster brings EWTN programming to WNLK-AM

Thanks to digital technology, Lee does not need to run a physical radio station.

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.

WNLK-AM 1350 begins broadcasting EWTN programming

The station was bought in December for $300,000 by Ridgefield-based Veritas Catholic Network Inc. from Sacred Heart University.

Connoisseur Media switches up local radio programming

Storm N. Norman, who hosted the WEBE morning show from the station’s founding in 1984 until his retirement in 2013, has returned to his old spot.

A musical mix keeps Bridgeport’s community radio station WPKN spinning

WPKN began in 1963 as the campus radio station for the University of Bridgeport; the call letters stand for Purple Knights Network, a tribute to the school’s sports teams’ mascot.

WSHU revokes licensing agreement for WSTC-AM radio station

In a Facebook posting, WSTC’s director of operations Mike Raub wrote the station’s programming will revert to the National Public Radio offerings broadcast on WSHU.

Westfair Communications to partner with WSTC radio in Stamford

Under new management since 2016, the AM station will broadcast Business Journal news and events in addition to its lineup of popular American music.

Ad career fair Tuesday

The Ad Club of Connecticut is holding its first job fair Tuesday afternoon in Cromwell.