WDRC Rebrands As Trump 103.3 With Translator Launch
John Fuller’s Full Power Radio has launched translator 103.3 W277DT Hartford CT as the FM side of “The Talk of Connecticut” 1360 WDRC Hartford.
With the launch, WDRC and simulcasters 610 WSNG Torrington and 1470 WMMW Meriden have shifted to what is being positioned as “Ultra Conservative Talk” branded as “Trump 103.3“. The station’s lineup now features local morning show “Brad Davis & Friends” from 6-9am, Mike Gallagher from 9am-12pm, local host Lee Elci from 12-1pm which also includes Bill O’Reilly’s new syndicated commentary from 1230-1245. The syndicated Dana Loesch, Michael Savage, Ben Shapiro, and Wayne Allen Root round out the daily lineup.
Full Power Radio announced today the launch of ultra conservative talk radio station “TRUMP 103.3 WDRC”. The station’s promos call for the firing of Governor Ned Lamont and demand “No New Tolls or Taxes for Connecticut”.
“There is a real hunger for the truth and “Trump 103.3” will report and uncover statewide waste and corruption that conventional media are afraid to touch, according to John Fuller owner of Full Power Radio. Listeners can expect investigative reporting and live and local talk shows. Trump 103.3 is the “Brave New Voice of Freedom”.
“Trump 103.3” is the FM simulcast of WDRC 1360 AM- Hartford, WMMW 1470 AM- Meriden and WSNG 610 AM Torrington. The station lineup includes Brad Davis and Friends in the Morning, Mike Gallagher from 9 to Noon, Lee Elci is live and local at noon with special guest Bill O’Reilly”. Dana Losch, Michael Savage and Ben Shapiro round out the afternoon. Wayne Allen Root will be heard in the evening. The station is a Fox News Affiliate and does local news on the hour with a state wide news team.
“Radio that makes you think” is another slogan that defines the station, according to Fuller, who says the innovation of Trump 103.3 FM, is to help unite conservatives in Connecticut for change and make it a red state.
WDRC- AM The Talk of Connecticut is celebrating 100 years of service to Hartford and we are delighted that the FCC granted us an FM simulcast station because of the outstanding community service the station has given to the community.