WTIC’s Ray Dunaway had an opportunity to play Santa’s helper Sunday.
This year’s Salvation Army WTIC Holiday Store collections totalled about $200,000, according to Major Brian Glasco.
WTIC NewsTalk 1080 is saddened to learn of the death of our longtime friend and colleague Arnold Dean.
Beginning this Sunday, November 25th there will be a new Sunday morning lineup. Please see below: 6am – 6:30am Face Connecticut 6:35am – 6:50am Reflections 6:50am – 7am At Home Connecticut 7am – 9am Ric […]
Tribune stations in Connecticut are among television stations in 19 markets around the country which were taken off DirecTV satellite feeds Sunday in a contract dispute between the two companies. The message displayed when DirectTV subscribers tune to channel 61 or channel 20 reads in part that such disruptions usually last a very short time,
This large bird seems to have taken up residence near the WTIC studios in Farmington. Click through to see more photos, and help us identify the species.
Joe D’Ambrosio and Kevin Nathan have been named Connecticut Sportscasters of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association.
The WTIC Studios turned into the South Pole briefly on Friday, as a penguin promoting the new film “Happy Feet 2″ joined John Rowland of “State and Church.”
WTIC NewsTalk 1080 was the winner of five awards, including the “Mark Twain Award for Station Excellence” presented at the Connecticut Associated Press Broadcasters Association Friday.
Scott Gray marked 30 years with WTIC NewsTalk 1080 on Jan. 3. The Ray Dunaway morning show marked the occasion with an on-air celebration, including a gubernatorial proclamation declaring Jan. 3, 2011 as “Scott Gray […]