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Did you notice Appendix A on the Form 314 proposes to lease the antenna site for the first three years at $250.00 per month.
That should read Coalgate, OK.
Here is another link:
02/14/16 – The rise and fall of the Don W. Burden/Star Stations KOIL Omaha, KISN Portland and WIFE Indianapolis through most of the ‘60s and early ‘70s included a number of Pacific Northwest personalities whose work time with the Burden organization covered from a few months to several years. This story with audio clips by Ron DeHart on Seatac Media is a very worthwhile read.
Whoops, no it isn’t. Looked at the wrong listing. 🙂
It is a non-commercial in Lonerock, ORAugust 14, 2009 at 10:32 pm in reply to: Oregon & SW Washington Original Call Letter Meanings List #204
I didn’t listen much to KZAM in Seattle but I seem to remember them calling it K-ZAM just like Craig put.
KJUN stood for Cajun. These call letters were previously used in Puyallup for a country station. If KJUN had not been moved to the Portland area it would have been used for a country station in Tillamook.
Craig, that is correct. 10 hours of broadcasting were done to show the signal coverage in the greater Portland area. KJUN was the set of call letters that were transferred into Portland from Tillamook where they were used on 94.1 for several months. I just assumed you wanted all the call letters that were assigned to stations in Portland.
How about 104.1’s original calls KJUN in 01?