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August 23, 2017 at 6:35 pm in reply to: LPFM Portland Metro Review: Licensed-CP's-Applications #31458
From LPFMDatabase.com’s Facebook page:
.. KXYQ-LP, 101.5 in Portland OR is on the air with variety .. No website ..
.. KXMG-LP, 96.7 in Portland OR is on the air with variety .. No website ..
.. KVBE-LP, 89.5 in Portland OR is on the air with variety .. No website ..
What type of music is it playing?August 16, 2017 at 11:21 pm in reply to: LPFM Portland Metro Review: Licensed-CP's-Applications #31275
Is KXRY-LP related to KXRY 91.1? Maybe 101.5 changed it’s call letters recently and it just doesn’t show up.
KXRY is owned by Common Frequency according to this Wikipedia page. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KXRY
However they are in the process of selling it to CASCADE EDUCATIONAL BROADCAST SERVICE. https://fccdata.org/?facid=&call=kxry&ccode=1&city=&state=&country=US&arn=&party=&party_type=LICEN
This LPFM CP is by Cascade though. If KXRY’s sale goes through the LPFM operator will have two stations? https://fccdata.org/?facid=196380July 17, 2017 at 7:38 pm in reply to: LPFM Portland Metro Review: Licensed-CP's-Applications #30661
New call letters, as LPFMDatabase.com posted on their Facebook page a couple days ago:
KVBE-LP, 89.5, Portland OR – Asian Pacific American Network Of Oregon
KZRY-LP, 96.7, Portland OR – Community Alliance Of Tenants
Here’s the Facebook page: LPFMDatabase
KGayBC stream: http://s36.myradiostream.com:7924/
I have nothing to do with this station. I was just able to get ahold of them. LOL
Good for community radio.
Well, something’s been happening here in San Antonio for three years and the FCC has yet to act.
The K272EK 102-3 translator does *not* retransmit what’s on it’s license. When I looked I noticed it’s supposed to rebroadcast 1540 KEDA but instead they have it transmitting KBRN 1500 (which is off 85% of the time I might add). KBRN is in Boerne, TX. That is too far away from the 102-3 transmitter site for 102-3 to transmit it legally, I believe. Yet if you get on Global Tuners or listen to the webstream they announce 1500 all the time, not 1540. KEDA is retransmitted on 87-7 FM, at least it’s supposed to be but 87-7 has had extremely HORRIBLE audio problems for a month at least now. Aircheck: http://sndup.net/fpx6 I haven’t heard anything quite like this…
This is the same broadcaster that has KROB in Corpus Christi, TX. I’ve only heard this, and am not sure if it’s true: “K-Rob transmits at 1000 watts all the time and has done so since 2002 when the current owner bought it!” The problem is, it’s licensed as a 500 watt daytime only station.
Somebody should start paying attention to the rules, I would suggest. Or is it the FCC down here who’s not been on top of things? I just don’t understand how this stuff has happened for so long, but I guess we’ll see what happens. 😉
Now texting on planes should be allowed if it won’t interfere with the pilot’s radio.
KXPC can sign on for good now?
Is KXPC still testing, or did they shut it off.
Last time I checked GlobalTuners yesterday afternoon I couldn’t hear it.
Did anyone notice the announcer at 1am (probably an engineer) pronounced Aloha like in Hawaii “A-low-ha” instead of “A-loha”.
Same one I recorded?
KXPC 97.9 just seems to be the same few songs over and over. Probably a test.
They keep bouncing on and off the air BTW.