Upstate NY NPR Giant Grabs Connecticut FM

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KINGSTON, N.Y. — For two generations of public radio listeners, the call letters WAMC have meant NPR, and a host of local and national spoken word content that makes it one of the biggest Members in the U.S. today.


Over the years, what is now “WAMC Northeast Public Radio” grew with the addition of stations including WAMK-FM, in Kingston, and WOSR-FM in Middletown, serving the Catskills and Mid-Hudson Valley; and WCAN-AM in Canajoharie, serving Little Falls, Amsterdam and Gloversville. Today, the WAMC network is comprised of 11 FMs and 16 FM translators stretching from Northern Westchester County to the Canadian border, as well as WAMC-AM in Albany, N.Y.

Now, WAMC is bolstering its coverage in Northern Dutchess and Columbia Counties, while adding Litchfield County, Conn., to its Constitution State coverage.

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