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Mid 1980s Edit

Sign-on Edit

At this time, Channel 61, WTIC-TV begins its broadcast day. WTIC-TV is owned and operated by Arch Communications Corporation. Our studios are at located One Corporate Center in Hartford, with transmitter located on Rattlesnake Mountain in Farmington, Connecticut. WTIC-TV has an effective radiated power of 5,000,000 watts as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission and operates on the assigned frequency of 752 to 758 megahertz in stereo. WTIC-TV also operates studio-to-transmitter link WHY-643, intercity relay WHY-644, and telemetry link KPE-8971. Portions of WTIC-TV’s programming are mechanically reproduced from videotape or film. We invite your opinion on both our programming and operation. You may address your comments at any time to: WTIC-TV, One Corporate Center, Hartford, Connecticut 06103. And now, from the staff and management of Channel 61, we wish you a very good day.

Sign-off Edit

At this time, Channel 61, WTIC-TV concludes its broadcast day. WTIC-TV is owned and operated by Arch Communications Corporation. Our studios are at located One Corporate Center in Hartford, with transmitter located on Rattlesnake Mountain in Farmington, Connecticut. WTIC-TV has an effective radiated power of 5,000,000 watts as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission and operates on the assigned frequency of 752 to 758 megahertz in stereo. WTIC-TV also operates studio-to-transmitter link WHY-643, intercity relay WHY-644, and telemetry link KPE-8971. Portions of WTIC-TV’s programming are mechanically reproduced from videotape or film. We invite your opinion on both our programming and operation. You may address your comments at any time to: WTIC-TV, One Corporate Center, Hartford, Connecticut 06103. And now, from the staff and management of Channel 61, we wish you a very good day.

Early 1990s Edit

Sign-off Edit

At this time, Channel 61, WTIC-TV concludes its broadcast day. WTIC-TV is owned and operated by Arch Communications Corporation. Our studios are at located One Corporate Center in Hartford, with transmitter located on Rattlesnake Mountain in Farmington, Connecticut. WTIC-TV has an effective radiated power of 5,000,000 watts as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission, and operates on the assigned frequency of 752 to 758 megahertz in stereo. WTIC-TV also operates studio-to-transmitter link WHY-643, intercity relay WHY-644, and telemetry link KPE-8971. Portions of WTIC-TV’s programming are mechanically reproduced from videotape or film. We invite your opinion on both our programming and operation. You may address your comments at any time to: WTIC-TV, One Corporate Center, Hartford, Connecticut, 06103. And now, from the staff and management of Channel 61, we wish you a very good night.