WTIC 1080 AM

WTIC 1080 AM is a commercial AM radio station licensed to Hartford, Connecticut, United States. Owned by Audacy, Inc., it broadcasts a news/talk format. The station’s studios and offices are located on Executive Drive in Farmington, and its transmitter is located in Avon.

WTIC signed on the air on September 1, 1922, as WTIC-AM. The station was originally owned by the Hartford Courant and broadcast a variety of programming, including news, music, and sports. In 1931, the station changed its call letters to WTIC.

WTIC was one of the first radio stations in the United States to broadcast news 24 hours a day. The station also became a pioneer in the field of sports broadcasting, carrying the first coast-to-coast radio broadcast of a major league baseball game in 1939.

WTIC is one of the most popular radio stations in Connecticut. The station’s weekday lineup features a mix of local and national news and talk shows. WTIC also airs live play-by-play coverage of Hartford-area sporting events, including the Hartford Courant Sports Animal.

In addition to its news and talk programming, WTIC also airs a variety of other programming, including weather, traffic, and financial news. The station also has a strong commitment to local news and community service.

WTIC is a significant part of the Connecticut media landscape. The station is a trusted source of news and information for listeners throughout the region. WTIC is also a major player in the Connecticut radio market, and the station’s coverage of Hartford-area news and events is second to none.

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