Hartford-New Haven, Conn., has long enjoyed its location, situated roughly midway between Boston and New York. The urban bookends offer more than metropolitan proximity. As the nation crawls out of the pandemic, the Connecticut market is seeing more and more big-city refugees move in.
WCCT, WTIC, WFSB and WTNH are now broadcasting with ATSC 3.0 technology.
Hartford, Conn., isn’t among the largest media markets in the country but right now it is among the busiest, with stations tight from holiday retail and overflow from a busier-than-expected political season. The market, which ranks 30th in Nielsen’s TV DMA rankings, has seen significant growth for auto spending in recent years, and it is one of several very active categories heading into 2015.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Hartford’s mayor said Thursday comedian Dave Chappelle should “quit whining” about being heckled. Chappelle walked off a stage last week after being heckled in the state […]
Tribune’s Fox affiliate in Hartford, Conn., is adding weekend morning news to its lineup beginning Jan. 22. Audrey Kuchen has been named anchor and Dan Amarante will join her as meteorologist for the 7 to 9 a.m. broadcast on Saturday and Sunday .