WWUH

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WWUH
WWUH Radio Logo.jpg
City West Hartford, Connecticut
Broadcast area Hartford
Slogan "Public Alternative Radio."
Frequency 91.3 (MHz)
First air date July 15, 1968
Format Alternative
ERP 440 watts
HAAT 239 meters
Class A
Transmitter coordinates 41°46′26″N 72°48′18″W / 41.774°N 72.805°W / 41.774; -72.805Coordinates: 41°46′26″N 72°48′18″W / 41.774°N 72.805°W / 41.774; -72.805
Callsign meaning West Hartford, CT (City of License) and University of Hartford (Licensee)
Owner University of Hartford
Sister stations WWEB, WAPJ, WDJW (all three are simulcasts of WWUH)
Webcast Listen Live
Listen Live RealOne player
Website www.wwuh.org

WWUH is a non-commercial radio station licensed to the University of Hartford in West Hartford, Connecticut, United States. The station was started on July 15, 1968 and has a Public Alternative Radio format.

WWUH operates on 91.3 MHz from a tower site in Avon, Connecticut but their programming is also rebroadcast on WWEB (89.9 FM) Wallingford, Connecticut, WAPJ (89.9 and 105.1 FM) in Torrington, Connecticut, and WDJW (89.7 FM) in Somers, Connecticut. In addition, WWUH was the first station in the state of Connecticut to webcast on a regular basis via its website. WWUH has an extensive music library consisting of close to 100,000 LPs and CDs.

Notable alumni[edit]

See also[edit]

WAPJ
WWEB
WDJW
Folk Next Door

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