How do I submit an announcement
Public Service Announcements (PSAs)
for non-profit organizations must be received by the station at least
two weeks prior to the event. We prefer that you email them to us at email@example.com
with the word "PSA" in the subject line, or FAX them to us at 860
768-5701. Provide as many details as possible and always include a contact
phone number for information.
Concert Announcements for use on the air and
on our Listener Lines should be emailed to the above address with the
subject "Concert Line".
Note: Keep in mind that not all announcements can be used
but we will give each item our full attention.
How do I submit a CD for
WWUH is one of the few stations that retains a copy of every
single recording we receive. That is why we currently have over 90,000
LPs and CD's in our library! Since there is no "required" playlist, our
announcers are free to play whatever they choose within the genre limits
of their show. Obviously, we welcome submissions of CDs. All music releases
should be sent directly to the radio station at:
200 Bloomfield Avenue
West Hartford, CT 06117
attn: Music Director
How can I find out what was
played on 91.3?
You can find out what is on at any given time by looking at
the "Now Playing" section at the top of the wwuh.org home page. That information
is updated every few minutes. You can also see what we have played over
the last 31 days by clicking on the Music
Playlists icon on the left side of our home page. You will see
our playlists listed in 48 hour increments (we picked 48 hours so that
the page would load as quickly as possible.) By changing the number at
the top of the page and hitting the submit button, you can access previous
playlists up to 31 days.
I'm having trouble
connecting to the webcast.
What should I do?
If you are having trouble connecting to our webcasts, contact
us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Put "webcast problems" in the subject line.
How do I talk to the
person on the air?
The air studio phone number is 860 768-4701. While our announcers
like to hear from their listeners, there may be times when they are so
busy that they simply cannot answer the phone. Please be patient.
How can I get a sample
copy of the Program Guide?
How can I subscribe?
You can request a sample copy of our WWUH Program Guide
by dialing the WWUH Listener Line at 860 768-5913 and following
the prompts to leave your message or request a sample copy.
Who picks what music
is played on the air?
We have sixty music shows on WWUH and, in essence,
sixty music directors as each host is responsible for picking his/her
How can I find WWUH
on the FM dial?
WWUH broadcasts on 91.3 MHz from a tower atop Avon Mountain,
in Avon, CT. Our antenna is over 1,100 feet above sea level, and our signal
covers about 20+ miles in all directions. A number of area "sister
stations" carry our programming at various times each day. Currently
those stations are:
WAPJ, Torrington, CT, 89.9 MHz and 105.1
We are currently on 24/7 but this will change in this fall when their
studio move is complete.
WDJW, Somers, CT, 89.7 MHz (from Somers High
We are currently on this station for a large portion of the day. Their
signal helps listeners in the Somers and Stafford Springs receive our
WWEB, Wallingford, CT, 89.9 MHz (from Choate
WWUH is aired on this local station when their students are not available
to host liveprogramming.