WTCC FM 90.7 is a 4000-watt community radio station broadcasting from the campus of Springfield Technical Community College in Springfield, Massachusetts. The station is operated by a volunteer staff of community residents. Our signal reaches listeners throughout most of western Mass. and northern Conn., and we can also be heard worldwide on the internet.
WTCC-FM broadcasts 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. Our diverse programming includes live talk shows on subjects of local interest; programs focused on area Latino, Italian, Greek, Portuguese, Polish, Russian, Muslim, native American and Caribbean communities; as well as other music programs including jazz, gospel, rock n’roll oldies, R&B, country/bluegrass, classical, alternative rock, blues, Motown, clubhouse dance, and reggae.
WTCC is funded by underwriting from area businesses and donations from our listeners through the annual radiothon fund drive.
Andrew Cade is the Business Manager for WTCC 90.7 FM in Springfield. If you want to connect to thousands of people along I-91 from Hampshire County to Northern Connecticut, contact Mr. Cade at 413-755-6180.
Request line (413)736-2781
Business line (413)755-6822
For fast connection to station directors:
Ernest Johnson Jr., General Manager. Press 2, then 2.
Curt Bosworth, Program Director. Press 2, then 3.
James Lewis, Music Director. Press 2, then 5.
Andrew R. Cade, Business Director. Press 2, then 4.
Raquel Obregón, PSA Director. Press 2, then 6.
José Ortiz,Training Director. Press 2, then 7.
Frederick T. Krampits, Chief Engineer. Press 2, then 8.
WTCC Mailing Address
PO Box 9000
Springfield MA 01102-9000
WTCC Street Address
One Armory Square
Springfield, MA 01105
WTCC’s annual Radiothon fund drive is set for March 22-29 this year. This is how we care able to provide the music and talk programs you rely on. WTCC is a listener-supported station, and the funds we raise during this one week help us pay for equipment upgrades, repairs, station licensing fees, and more. You, our listeners, keep us on the air – 24 hours a day. Click here for more info.
Latin Sounds Here
Antonio DiGioia says, “We play the music from our countries,” and the Latin rhythms heard on WTCC 90.7 FM on weekday afternoons are as varied as the radio hosts who play them. The Ecos del Ritmo (Echoes of Rhythm) program has aired since 1983 and is a favorite of Latino populations and many others, throughout western Mass. and northern Connecticut. Read more here.
WTCC FM 90.7 Broadcasting from the campus of Springfield Technical Community College in Springfield, Massachusetts and reaching Western Massachusetts and Northern Connecticut.