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

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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 6 pm on November 6th, and they went on the air the next morning as another NPR outlet, broadcast from the studios of WSHU Public Radio.

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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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