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WMMW (1470 AM) is a radio station licensed to Meriden, Connecticut. broadcasting a talk radio format. WMMW is part of a four station simulcast, along with 610 WSNG, Torrington, 1240 WWCO, Waterbury and the home base, 1360 WDRC (AM), Hartford. The four stations use the slogan "The Talk of Connecticut" featuring a local morning show and syndicated programs the rest of the day, including Dave Ramsey and Michael Savage. The station is owned by Connoisseur Media Licenses, LLC and features programming from Fox News Radio, Talk Radio Network and Westwood One. The station provides a blend of issue-oriented talk, news and information.

During the late 1980s the radio station broadcast motivational programs.

The station was assigned the WMMW call letters by the Federal Communications Commission since the station was initially licensed. It began broadcasting June 8, 1947, on 1470 kHz with 1000 watts of power. The station was licensed to Silver City Crystal Company.

On March 5, 2014, Buckley Broadcasting announced that it would sell its Connecticut radio stations, including WMMW, to Connoisseur Media. The sale was completed on July 7, 2014 at a price of $7,922,035.