Eugene Radio Happenings

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  • #50726
    semoochie
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    I didn’t say it was a good idea or how well it works, only that that was the reason.

    #50745
    lastday
    Participant

    KRVM is finally getting many of their volunteer DJs back in the studio. The 4J school district is requiring that the DJs have proof of full vaccination, plus they have to pass a background check now (it’s at a school) and pass some kind of online safety course.

    #50783
    russell-curry
    Participant

    KNND has a translator on the air now at 99.7. It is not listed on radiolocator at this point, I don’t know if that means it is still a CP, or if Locator is slow. It doesn’t seem to be in stereo at this point. A few of the strongest translators there get out a little better, but it stays strong until just north of Creswell.

    #50784
    Randy_in_Eugene
    Participant

    I can hear it in noisy mono in SE Eugene. The studio may still be mono.

    #50785
    chessyduck
    Participant

    The license-to-cover for the new K259DE 200-watt 99.7 translator was submitted on 8 June.

    Unless you live in Lane County you won’t hear KNND as they don’t stream on the Internet. They do however have a nice antique telephone collection in the show window of their Cottage Grove offices.

    (Radio-locator.com has been slow lately in posting … especially for audio stream and website updates.)

    #50798
    Andy Brown
    Participant

    Radio locator has always been slow and unreliable. It is a search engine of their compiled database, not a true data source.

    #50807
    russell-curry
    Participant

    Locator still has KYTE broadcasting from their inland site. They have a place where you can write them with corrections, and I’ve written that KYTE returned to their coast site years ago, but it’s made no difference.

    #50810
    semoochie
    Participant

    The issue is not with Radio-Locator. Here is everything the FCC has on KYTE: https://transition.fcc.gov/fcc-bin/fmq?call=kyte&fileno=&state=&city=&freq=0.0&fre2=107.9&serv=-1&status=&facid=&asrn=&class=&list=0&ThisTab=Results+to+This+Page%2FTab&dist=&dlat2=&mlat2=&slat2=&NS=N&dlon2=&mlon2=&slon2=&EW=W&size=9 You can click on any of the links but you won’t find anything indicating that they have returned to their former site, other than an STA from 2018 that expired the following December and was not renewed.

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