Eugene Radio Happenings

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  • #737
    silverdollar
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    Disregard, nothing to see here

    #738
    silverdollar
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    Currently KRVM is the only station in Eugene with functioning HD. KZEL has been down for a few weeks. KLCC has been down for a couple days. (As noted before, KWAX officially gave up a while back).

    #739
    silverdollar
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    KLCC HD1 is up again. Apparently their HD exciter failed and had to be replaced.

    #740
    e_dawg
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    Speaking of Eugene, I wish Eugene has more radio stations. Medford seems to have more than Eugene, Oregon.

    KWVA 88.1 College/Variety

    KQFE 88.9 Christian (Family Radio)

    KLCC 89.7 News/Talk/Jazz (NPR)

    KWAX 91.1 Classical

    KRWM 91.9 AAA

    KKNU 93.3 Country

    KMGE 94.5 Adult Contemporary

    KUJZ 95.3 Sports (CBS SPORTS)

    KZEL 96.1 Classic Rock

    KODZ 99.1 Classic Hits

    KMME 100.5 Catholic Program (EWTN)

    KFLY 101.5 Active Rock

    KEHK 102.3 HOT-AC

    KNRQ 103.7 Modern Rock

    KDUK 104.7 CHR-Pop

    KEUG 105.5 Adult Hits

    (Not including rim shots, translators, or Albany/Corvallis stations)

    #741
    semoochie
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    There are more but they’re on their own dial.(fun with homonyms) 🙂

    #742
    boisebill
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    Not enuf stations?!

    I thinks it’s because the radio spectrum is being sucked into Portland.

    #743
    jay_zie
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    Still no Spanish Service in Eugene/Springfield since Churchill closed their doors. What is Bustos waiting for?

    Can’t beleive Bend has Spanish radio but not Eugene.

    #744
    Craig_Adams
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    This from All Access:

    In filings with the FCC, TOM HODGINS is selling K277CT/COTTAGE GROVE, OR to MCKENZIE BROADCASTING COMPANY, INC. for $1,000 in expenses advanced under an option agreement.

    #745
    Broadway
    Participant

    >>Still no Spanish Service in Eugene/Springfield

    KXOR 660AM is Spanish-Religious

    #746
    e_dawg
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    Here’s the listings of Eugene AM station (excluding Corvallis/Albany/Florence/Cottage Grove)

    590 KUGN News/Talk Cumulus

    660 KXOR Spanish Religious Zion Multimedia

    840 KKNX Oldies Willamette Broadcasting

    1050 KORE Christian Support Christian Broadcasting

    1120 KPNW News/Talk Bicostal Media

    1280 KRVM JPR News/Talk (NPR/BBC WS)

    1320 KSCR Business Talk Cumulus

    1450 KLZS Comedy Eugene Comedy Radio

    1600 KEPB OPB News/Talk (NPR)

    #747
    Craig_Adams
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    Here’s the 1942 listings of Eugene AM station (excluding Corvallis/Albany/Florence/Cottage Grove)

    1450 KORE Block Programming(Mutual/Don Lee)

    #748
    semoochie
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    It looks like they signed on in 1927 but didn’t have any of their modern day competition until 1946!

    #749
    silverdollar
    Participant

    KZEL-HD1 is up again and sounds so much better than their overprocessed dirty analog. I can’t always tell any difference between analog & HD but it’s like a night and day difference with KZEL.

    #750
    silverdollar
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    See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/registerguard/obituary.aspx?n=george-frederick-guldager-mike&pid=171193998&fhid=27978#sthash.2ogpkEUJ.dpuf

    George “Mike” Frederick Guldager

    1931 – 2014

    George “Mike” Guldager of Eugene died May 22 of cancer at the age of 82. Mike was born July 10, 1931 in Olympia, Washington to Charles Kenneth and Alice Merrill Guldager.

    He married Joann Donaldson on August 20, 1954, who preceded him in death in 2010. He went to the University of Oregon where he was on a track scholarship while studying communications. He served his country during the Korean War in the Coast Guard. Upon returning from his three year commitment, Mike worked in the television and radio business for the next 44 years in the Eugene/ Springfield area while raising his family. His career began at KVAL television and ended up at KPNW radio. Mike was the Voice of the Ducks in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s while also serving in the same capacity with the Eugene Emeralds.

    Survivors include his daughter Kristin Foster and her husband Lou of Eugene, his two sons, Jon and his wife Christine of Eugene, and Erik of Indiana; seven grandchildren, and Patricia Negus of Eugene. A Celebration of Life will be held on Thursday, June 5 at 1:00 pm at Trinity United Methodist Church in Eugene.

    Arrangements by Andreason’s Cremation and Burial Service in Springfield. Remembrances to the Willamette Baseball Foundation and Trinity United Methodist Church.

    Published in Eugene Register-Guard on June 1, 2014

    #751
    boisebill
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    Cumulus translator K275AA 102.9 has applied for 250 watts.

    Rebroadcast KUGN

    On the same tower as KZEL KUJZ KLSR, etc…

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