Basic Radio Station Information

WCHN 970 AM

City of License:
Norwich, NY

Format:
Nostalgia

Owner:
Townsquare Media (Townsquare Media Oneonta License, LLC)

WCHN is an AM radio station broadcasting at 970 KHz. The station is licensed to Norwich, NY. The station airs nostalgia programming. WCHN is owned by Townsquare Media.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

Terrible new format for WCHN morning. Not one mention of the primary elections in Chenango County. Who cares about the Oneonta area...I miss the TOC. Where is Jim Sargent when we need him? I will listen to a different station for "local" news...HOW SAD.
By: Anonymous on September 14, 2012

The current format for WCHN 970AM radio is horrible. I miss the the old WCHN so much. The TOC was great. I cannot believe that ANYONE would listen to the current WCHN. WCHN used to be Chenango County. I listened to it for 60 years and now I cannot stand to listen to it for 1 second. It is a sad day for Norwich and Chenango County.
By: Anonymous on March 15, 2013

I too miss the TOC. I not never listen to the station.
By: Annoymous on March 12, 2014

The young woman broadcasting the Norwich football game seems knowledgeable and is doing a nice job, but the quality of the audio is the worst that I have ever heard, even on this station. We are fortunate to have a station broadcasting high school games in such a small area, but this is pathetic.
By: Football Fan on September 12, 2014

Station is worst in the area. SIGNAL is terrible cant even listen for a minute then it cuts out for about 5secs this happens every day from 6am to 10 am. Cannot even listen to news or anything, dump this station for good its useless. Do the norwich area a favor dump "Big chuck"
By: annoymous on September 16, 2015

I went to work for WCHN right after it began broadcasting on 1 January 1953. At that time it served Norwich and most of Chenango County with what the call letters stood for. That is W ith C omplete H ourly N ews. Now that it is in its 65th year of operation it is sad to see the comments of what the station is currently doing. Obviously it no longer is serving the local area.
By: Bill Anderson on January 10, 2018

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