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City of license Potsdam, New York
Branding The Source
Frequency 91.1 MHz
First air date November 1963
Format Full Service, "Free-Format", College
ERP 700 watts
HAAT 41 meters (135 feet)
Class A
Facility ID 11719
Transmitter coordinates
Callsign meaning Thomas S. Clarkson
Owner Clarkson University
(Knight & Day Inc.)
Webcast Listen Live

WTSC-FM (91.1 FM, "The Source") is a non-commercial campus radio station licensed to serve the greater Potsdam, New York area. The station is owned by Clarkson University and licensed to Knight & Day Inc. The WTSC organization is affiliated with the Clarkson University Student Association (CUSA), from whom it receives the majority of its funding. WTSC is one of the few CUSA affiliated organizations which does not charge a membership fee.


WTSC has been on the air since November 1963, at which point it broke away from two other local college stations (WNTC and WCCT). WTSC provided alternative programming such as live college division I hockey broadcasts. The great student following led to the station out-living both other stations and its existence today.

It airs a full-service college radio format.[1]

In January 1992, Clarkson University reached an agreement to transfer the license for this station to Knight & Day Incorporated. The transfer was approved by the FCC on April 27, 1992, and the transaction was consummated on the same day.[2]

In the fall of 2010, WTSC moved from the basement of "The Pit" (Hamlin-Powers Dorm) to the Student Center. WTSC is located at the bottom of the forum and shares a lobby with WCKN.


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External links

  • Query the FCC's FM station database for WTSC
  • Radio-Locator information on WTSC
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WTSC
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