WNHU (88.7 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Variety format. Licensed to West Haven, Connecticut, USA, the station serves the Connecticut college area. The station is currently owned by University of New Haven. Broadcasting at 88.7 MHz in stereo, the station first signed on at 1600 EDT on June 4, 1973 in mono. The station went stereo during "Tommy's " 11am - 2 pm Tuesday show, who was the Music director from 1975-78. He selected the prologue from the soundtrack to the movie "Tommy "which provided listeners with an intense train sound separation effect just before Tommy's birth occurred symbolizing a new era for the station, now in stereo. Throughout its history, the station has been staffed by volunteer students, alumni, and members of the general community. The General Manager and Chief Engineer are paid positions, while Station Manager and Program Director are student positions with stipends on tuition.