WLAD 800 is a news and informational hub for the public of Danbury, Connecticut. The licensed frequency of the broadcaster for local coverage is 800 kHz on AM dial but, it also airs on the FM frequency of 94.1 MHz via a translator. The rebroadcaster of the channel is powered by 99 watts, while WLAD it-self requires 1,000 watts for day operations and 286 watts for night operations. The public from overseas areas also enjoys its daily programming by tuning to its web portal. The home offices of the channel are based on Mill Plain Road in Danbury while its transmitter is located off Brushy Hill Road.