WCAT Radio Tower
|WCAT Radio Tower|
The left most tower is the tallest tower.
|Town or city||Burlington, Vermont|
|Elevation||31.4 metres (103 ft)|
|Owner||Silverbow Communications Inc.|
|Height||135.7 metres (445 ft)|
The WCAT Radio Tower, at 135.7 metres (445 ft), is the tallest man-made structure in Vermont. It is located in Burlington, Vermont. It broadcasts at 5000 Watts. WCAT is the only radio station that has a radio tower within the city limits of Burlington. There is a second 109.0 metres (357.6 ft) tower, also built in 1981, which is a directional aerial beside the WKDR Radio Tower. There is also a third tower on the site, which is 81.0 metres (265.7 ft) tall.
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