Infobox Radio station
name = WICH

city = Norwich, Connecticut
area =
branding = "Personality Radio"
slogan =
frequency = 1310 AM (kHz)
airdate =
format = Talk/Nostalgia
power = 5,000 Watts (unlimited)
class = B
facility_id = 72347
coordinates = coord|41|33|10|N|72|04|34|W
callsign_meaning = NorWICH
former_callsigns = WNOC
affiliations =
owner = Hall Communications
licensee = WICH, Inc.
sister_stations =
webcast =
website = http://www.wich.com/

WICH (1310 AM, "Personality Radio") is a radio station licensed to serve Norwich, Connecticut. The station is owned by Hall Communications and licensed to WICH, Inc.cite news |work=The Day (New London, CT) |title=Florida radio company to buy two Willimantic stations |date=2005-05-04 |url=http://www.accessmylibrary.com/coms2/summary_0286-17040815_ITM |first=Anthony |last=Cronin] It airs a Talk/Nostalgia format. [ cite web |url=http://www1.arbitron.com/sip/displaySip.do?srvy_id=WI08&surveyID=WI08&band=fm&callLetter=WICH |title=Winter 2008 Station Information Profile |work=Arbitron]

The station was assigned the WICH call letters by the Federal Communications Commission.cite web |url=http://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/cgi-bin/ws.exe/prod/cdbs/pubacc/prod/call_hist.pl?Facility_id=72347&Callsign=WICH |title=Call Sign History |work=FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database]


External links

* [http://www.wich.com/ WICH official website]

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