Stamford CT

Sample Hour of 1400 WSTC Stamford CT | June 7, 2017

Date of Recording: 06.05.2017 Station: 1400 WSTC Stamford, Connecticut, USA Format: Full Service Oldies/Variety Hits Featured Air Personality: Steve West (Steven Sawyer) Contributor: Steve West Airchexx Entry: 1,495 Comments: Perhaps the very first thing that should be mentioned with regard to this aircheck is the fact that because of the way we performed ‘live’ shows, every element was tracked – albeit five minutes before it aired so that the effect was a 100% live product – but because of this fact, I was able to take this particular Wednesday afternoon show and piece together all the elements which I had as separate tracks in my home studio, then mix it down to the exact end product as it sounded when transmitted. The only difference being that this aircheck is i...

The Top 500 of All-Time, WKHL “Kool 96.7” Stamford CT (Port Chester, NY) | May 29, 1994

Date of Recording: 05.29.1994 Station: 96.7 WKHL (WCTZ) (Defunct) Port Chester, New York, USA Format: Oldies Featured Air Personality: None Contributor: Ray Bozzanca Definitions: OLDIES – Refers to a format which plays music from the 1950s through the 1970s or any time period in between. VARIETY HITS – A format which plays the hits mainly from the 1980s through the first decade of the 2000s. STL – Studio-Transmitter Link. A small transmitter which beams the programming from the radio station’s studio on a separate frequency to the transmitter, where it is received and processed prior to the decoded audio being fed to the main transmitter on the station’s assigned FM (or AM) frequency. Comments: Another Oldies station that went the way of Variety Hits was WKHL ...

The End: WCTZ ‘The New 96.7 The Coast’ Port Chester/Stamford CT Signs Off | May 20, 2011

Thanks to Contributor Mike Raub. What happens when you get a phone call that says essentially, “Turn it off, now”? This recording, that’s what! This is all that’s left of a station that once occupied the 96.7 frequency licensed to Stamford, CT. The station was sold and as part of the agreement, Cox radio built the new transmitter site before turning it over when the sale consumated. It was assumed that when WCTZ signed off, WKLV would begin immediately and there’s be some sort of ‘format change’, but in the end, WCTZ simply was shut off and there was a bit of a gap between one sign off and the new station’s sign on, which occurred on May 30, 2011. Listen now to the final moments of 96.7 The Coast, “Fairfield County’s Greatest Hits...

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