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  • in reply to: Southern Oregon Radio Happenings #942
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    KRWQ’s Grants Pass translator moved to 98.7 today, clearing the way for the new 99.3 KCMD.

    in reply to: Southern Oregon Radio Happenings #940
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    According to rumors, 99.3 KCMD (Grants Pass) will debut next month with some kind of Oldies format. The signal won’t have any Medford coverage, as it’s only a class A broadcasting from Grants Pass.

    Bicoastal will suffer a significant loss, as their three KRWQ translators at 99.3 in Grants Pass, Jacksonville/Ashland, and Cave Junction, will be forced off the air, due to the new KCMD.

    in reply to: Southern Oregon Radio Happenings #937
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    It will be interesting to see what kind of format appears on the new 99.3 KCMD in Grants Pass. It certainly won’t be Comedy. 🙂

    in reply to: Central & Eastern Oregon Radio Happenings #1134
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    I drove by Diamond Lake about 24 hours ago, and heard a very distorted sounding 107.7 KBDF playing American Top 40 with Casey Kasem from the 70’s. The signal could only be heard for a few miles.

    in reply to: Central & Eastern Oregon Radio Happenings #1133
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    Bend will have a new C2 at 106.5, and the LPFM in Sisters will need to find a new frequency.

    Once KLTW moves to 95.7, there will be an opening for a new 94.9 in Bend.

    in reply to: Central & Eastern Oregon Radio Happenings #1128
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    Bend’s “Power 94” has some great new imaging on the air!

    in reply to: Southern Oregon Radio Happenings #932
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    KTMT-FM has the same CHR format, with a new handle. “Now 93-7” is modeled after Mapleton’s Spokane and Chico CHR stations.

    in reply to: Eugene Radio Happenings #441
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    KRVM-HD2 debuted around February 10th, and the format is very similar to KNRK.

    in reply to: Southern Oregon Radio Happenings #926
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    How can KBDF survive with a signal that only serves wilderness?

    in reply to: Coastal Radio Happenings #2013
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    Since the KVAS calls are returning to 1230, I’m guessing that 103.9 will become KKEE.

    in reply to: Seattle Radio Happenings #1458
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    Sports Talk is almost never a big ratings winner, while Hot AC often is. “The Game” was a waste of 95.5’s big FM signal.

    in reply to: Seattle Radio Happenings #1447
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    Now, if only Portland’s “Brew” offered a contemporary Rock format, instead of stale Classic Rock.

    in reply to: Southern Oregon Radio Happenings #913
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    This is sad news! Hot 102.9 was the best sounding CHR in Klamath Falls.

    in reply to: Coastal Radio Happenings #2007
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    YBC might be waiting until they move 102.7 KYTE into the valley, before upgrading 92.7 KNCU.

    in reply to: Coastal Radio Happenings #2002
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    “The Quake” 107.9 KLSY (Raymond) has been granted it’s CP to upgrade into Aberdeen at 107.3.

    Once Aberdeen’s 93.7 KANY moves into the Seattle-Tacoma market, I wouldn’t be surprised if the “Bigfoot Country” format moves to the new 107.3 signal.

    It just occurred to me that the new upgraded 93.7 KANY will mix with Medford’s 93.7 KTMT-FM between Albany and Eugene, during enhanced reception periods.

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