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When I lived in Vancouver I used to listen to KWBY. How can 250 watts reach all the way to Vancouver the same as KWIP with 5KW?
I heard KWBY had always been operating on 1000W day
Is that going to interfere with KCOE in Bend?
He’s definitely very quick but I don’t think he’s being told what to say. I think he’s just good and smart. But some people aren’t intelligent enough to think someone can be that smart.
Can you say, there would be beer and tacos at a rodeo and mention the admission cost?
It was my understanding that non-commercial station are not supposed to air paid commercials. I travel to Hood River a lot and her a bunch of what are clearly paid for commercial at Radio Tierra. It shure does not sound like a non-commercial community station, it sound very commercial; like it’s competing directly with El Rey or La Zeta
KYTE could be a good grab for Bustos. This appears to have better coverage than KSND and has a rim shot into Eugene as well.
How can they get away with broadcasting their programming on K221BI 92.1 Wenatchee, WA?
Does the 3rd one have an audience at all? Hispanic format in CO is probably a bad idea. They should flip to talk, maybe a version of KBNW’s format.
That’s pretty cool
Does anyone have a picture of this 100′ long wire setup? Is this a temporary or permanent solution?April 18, 2017 at 9:34 pm in reply to: Former KKEY tower site to be dismantled by the end of April #28529
Could Bustos Buy DARK KCOE and increase KWBY power in a way that it works with their 93.5 Translator?April 7, 2017 at 10:56 am in reply to: Former KKEY tower site to be dismantled by the end of April #28333
La Grande will probably move to 1150, this works better than 1230 for their translator on 93.5. Could they move 1520 to their 1150 site?
couldn’t they both (KICE & KBNW) diplex on KBND’s towers or move north and diplex with KRDM?
This is a bit confusing. “The new rule allows the rebroadcasting FM translator to be located anywhere within the AM station’s daytime service contour or anywhere within a 25-mile radius of the transmitter, even if the contour extends farther than 25 miles from the transmitter.”
Does “even if the contour extends farther than 25 miles from the transmitter” mean that if the AM Daytime Service contour radius is currently 10 miles from its transmitter it could now have an FM transmitter with coverage as far as 25 miles from the AM transmitter location?