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Mike Raub & Friends: 1400 WSTC / 1350 WNLK Ends Commerical Broadcasting | Sunday, November 6, 2011 – Part 3

Outgoing Operations Manager Mike Raub hosts the final three hours of a two station simulcast operation. 1400 WSTC Stamford & 1350 WNLK Norwalk, the final two stations in the former Cox Norwalk cluster, were sold to Sacred Heart University for a mere $300,000. The stations went off the air at 6pm on November 6th, and they went on the air the next morning as another NPR outlet, broadcast from the studios of WSHU Public Radio. There are more guests and conversations about the rich history of these radio stations than can be described here. You just have to listen. Part 3 of 3

Mike Raub & Friends: 1400 WSTC / 1350 WNLK Ends Commerical Broadcasting | Sunday, November 6, 2011 – Part 2

Outgoing Operations Manager Mike Raub hosts the final three hours of a two station simulcast operation. 1400 WSTC Stamford & 1350 WNLK Norwalk, the final two stations in the former Cox Norwalk cluster, were sold to Sacred Heart University for a mere $300,000. The stations went off the air at 6pm on November 6th, and they went on the air the next morning as another NPR outlet, broadcast from the studios of WSHU Public Radio. There are more guests and conversations about the rich history of these radio stations than can be described here. You just have to listen. Part 2 of 3

Mike Raub & Friends: 1400 WSTC / 1350 WNLK Stamford/Norwalk Ends Commercial Broadcasting | Sunday, November 6, 2011

Outgoing Operations Manager Mike Raub hosts the final three hours of a two station simulcast operation. 1400 WSTC Stamford & 1350 WNLK Norwalk, the final two stations in the former Cox Norwalk cluster, were sold to Sacred Heart University for a mere $300,000. The stations went off the air at 6pm on November 6th, and they went on the air the next morning as another NPR outlet, broadcast from the studios of WSHU Public Radio. There are more guests and conversations about the rich history of these radio stations than can be described here. You just have to listen. Here’s Part 1 of 3:

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