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1964 (WHNB-TV) Edit

Now this is _______________ speaking for the staff, artists, and engineers of WHNB Television, bidding you a very pleasant good morning. WHNB Television is owned and operated by Connecticut Television, Inc., and is operated on the frequencies between 566 and 572 megacycles, as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission. Studios and offices are at 1422 New Britain Avenue in West Hartford, Connecticut. Transmitting facilities are located on Rattlesnake Mountain in Farmington, Connecticut. All of today's programs were intended for home reception; any other use may not be made without the permission of WHNB Television or Connecticut Television, Inc. And now, your American Heritage: On this day in (year), (historical event). Ladies and gentlemen, our national anthem.

1970s (WHNB-TV) Edit

This map shows the areas in Connecticut served by the Emergency Broadcast System. Stations in these areas will carry messages from the president, governer, and your local chief executives. They'll announce the areas they serve, but not their call letters, so learn what area you're in, and be ready to listen in the event of an actual emergency.

WHNB TV 30 West Hartford CT 1973 Sign Off01:46

WHNB TV 30 West Hartford CT 1973 Sign Off

And now this is _______________, speaking for WHNB Television, New Britain, Connecticut, W79AI Torrington, and W59AA West Haven; stations owned and operated by Connecticut Television, Inc. WHNB operates on the frequencies between 566 and 572 megahertz; W79AI operates on the frequencies between 860 and 866 megahertz; W59AA operates on the frequencies between 740 and 746 megahertz, as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission. Studios and offices are at 1422 New Britain Avenue, West Hartford. Transmitting frequencies for WHNB are on Rattlesnake Mountain in Farmington, translator facilities for W79AI are located in Torrington, and translator facilities for W59AA are located in West Haven. All of today's programs were intended primarily for home reception, and any other use may not be made without the permission of Connecticut Television, Inc.

1980s-1990s Edit

This map shows the areas in Connecticut served by radio stations in the Emergency Broadcast System. Stations in these areas will carry messages from the President, the Governor and your local chief executives. They’ll announce the areas they serve but not their call letters. Learn what area you’re in and be ready to listen in the event of a national emergency.

WVIT-TV 30 Sign-off02:33

WVIT-TV 30 Sign-off

This is WVIT New Britain, Connecticut, and W59AA West Haven. Stations owned and operated by WVIT, incorporated a Viacom broadcasting station. WVIT operates on the frequencies between 566 and 572 megahertz; W59AA operates on the frequencies between 740 and 746 megahertz as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission. Studios for WVIT are located at 14-22 New Britain Avenue West Hartford, Connecticut. Transmitting facilities for WVIT are on Rattlesnake Mountain in Farmington. Translator facilities for W59AA are located in West Haven. All of today’s programs were intended primarily for home reception and any other use may not be made without the permission of Viacom Broadcasting, Incorporated.

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