Welcome to the home of WWPT - ranked in the Top Three High School Radio Station in the Country for four straight years


Kudos to everyone that made our winter fundraiser so successful. Special thanks goes out to Campbell and Michael of the WWPT staff for coordinating the event; Justin and Alex for their great work learning about and broadcasting with our new television equipment; Jim Honeycutt for the yeoman's work with the sound; all the DJs; 1974 and Julia Kempner for tremendous sets of live music; and especially everyone that called to support the station. If you'd still like to donate, you can send a check made out to:

70 North Avenue
Westport, CT 06880


A "screen-grab" from our brand new broadcast system 1974 rocked the house!
It was wonderful to have Julia and Ellis close the day. Alex (pictured) and Justin finally got to use the new board!
Ian talking to one of our many listeners who made the day so successful Honeycutt is the reason you could hear it all!


Drury Award Update

The 2013/14 Drury Awards took place on Saturday, May 3rd. We're proud to announce that WWPT had three programs that earned top honors as the best shows in their categories. Arin Meyer and Hannah Foley (pictured left) received the "Best Newscast" award for Good Morning Staples on WWPT – Homecoming Edition. Justin Gallanty had the nation's outstanding "Public Affairs Program" with We Are All Human. And Jim Honeycutt’s Audio Class and David Roth’s Theater Class took both first and second place nationally in the "Best Radio Drama - Adaptation" category for It’s a Wonderful Life.

All told WWPT took three firsts, three seconds and one third, with four other programs earning "National Finalists" recognition. This marks the fourth year in a row that WWPT has earned a place on the podium as one of the top three high school radio stations in the country.

(Click here to see our full award page)

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send email to WWPT and our advisor at Mzito@westport.k12.ct.us

Wondering what you heard on our overnight player? There are a few ways to find out. The computer that is playing the songs puts a "time stamp" on the last time each was played. If you email zeeto (email link) with the date and time that you heard the song (as long as it is within a week) we should be able to figure it out. (A little info on the song is always helpful).

You can also use the SHAZAM app on your smartphone. We'd love to hear your Shazam/WWPT story if you've got one!

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