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CityStamford, Connecticut
Broadcast areaStamford-Norwalk, Connecticut
Frequency1400 kHz
First air dateSeptember 18, 1941 (as WSRR)
FormatPublic radio (WSHU (AM) simulcast)
Power780 watts unlimited
Facility ID10660
Transmitter coordinates41°2′49″N 73°31′36″W / 41.04694°N 73.52667°W / 41.04694; -73.52667
Callsign meaningStamford Town Center, Stamford, CT (reversed)[1]
Former callsignsWSRR (1941–1946)
OwnerSacred Heart University
Sister stationsWNLK, WSHU, WSHU-FM
WebcastListen Live

WSTC (1400 AM) is a radio station licensed to Stamford, Connecticut[2] and serving the Stamford-Norwalk area with brokered Christian radio programming. WSTC is owned by Sacred Heart University, after being sold by Cox Radio, Inc. in 2011 and initially operated by Sacred Heart via a local marketing agreement; prior to 2011, WSTC and WNLK simulcast a commercial news/talk format.[3] On January 25, 2016 WSTC dropped its public radio simulcast with WSHU (1260 AM) and went silent, and then returned to the air on June 1, 2016 with an adult standards/talk format.

On July 10, 2017 WSTC switched to a simulcast of NPR news/talk-formatted WSHU 1260 AM Westport.[4] On August 7, 2017 WSTC dropped its public radio simulcast with WSHU (1260 AM) and began simulcasting WNLK again.

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  1. ^ "Call Letter Origins". Radio History on the Web.
  2. ^ "WSTC Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
  3. ^ "Cox Sells WSTC-WNLK To Sacred Heart University". All Access. November 1, 2011. Retrieved November 1, 2011.
  4. ^ WSHU Reclaims WSTC Operations Radioinsight - July 10, 2017

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