Connecticut Public Television:
Channel 9 is the digital channel for WEDN Norwich. Your DTV convertor box or Digital TV will digitally identify WEDN as 53.1 for the primary service and future multicast channels 53.2 for CPTV4U and 53.3 for CPTV Create.
Channel 49 is the digital channel for WEDW Bridgeport. Your DTV convertor box or Digital TV will digitally identify WEDW as 49.1 for the primary service and future multicast channels 49.2 for CPTV4U or 49.3 for CPTV Create.
Channel 45 is the digital channel for WEDH Hartford. Your DTV convertor box or Digital TV will digitally identify WEDH as 24.1 for the primary service and multicast channels 24.2 for CPTV4U or 24.3 for CPTV Sports.
WEDY NEW HAVEN
Channel 6 is the digital channel for WEDY New Haven. Your DTV convertor box or Digital TV will digitally identify WEDY as 65.1 for the primary service and future multicast channels 65.2 for CPTV4U or 65.3 for CPTV Create.
NATIONAL DIGITAL CONVERSION
On June 13, 2009 most full power television stations in the United States began operating in digital only. You should have your digital receiver or converter box frequently scan for new channels in your area.
Connecticut Public Television (CPTV) is a locally and nationally recognized producer and presenter of quality public television programming. Best known for its pioneering coverage of UConn Women’s Basketball, CPTV’s programming department also has produced numerous documentaries about Connecticut’s history and culture, as well as concert specials and informational/lifestyle programs.
WNPR – Connecticut Public Radio
Hartford/New Haven: 90.5 FM
Norwich/New London: 89.1 FM
Stamford/Greenwich: 88.5 FM
Southampton, NY: 91.3 FM
Storrs: 99.5 FM (translator)
Bridgeport: 99.5 FM
Springfield, MA: 91.9 FM
WNPR offers news, information and entertainment programming that is available to listeners both on the radio and online. The award-winning WNPR news department originates in-depth news reports on issues and events of importance to Connecticut–such as politics, technology, business, the environment and the arts–that frequently are selected for national broadcast on NPR.