WNPR in Hartford Has New Home

WNPR in Hartford Has New Home
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WNPR in Hartford Has New Home

WNPR/Connecticut Public Radio has a new facility.
The radio station is part of Connecticut Public Broadcasting. The NPR affiliate's digital infrastructure was built as part of a new broadcast operations center, also home to Connecticut Public Television. The stations are in a renovated six-story, 55,000-square-foot building in Hartford, Ct.
A.F. Associates, part of Ascent Media Network Services, did the design and build. Haig Papasian is Connecticut Public Broadcasting VP of operations and engineering.


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