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KRWQ’s Grants Pass translator moved to 98.7 today, clearing the way for the new 99.3 KCMD.
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.
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. 🙂
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.
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.
Bend’s “Power 94” has some great new imaging on the air!
KTMT-FM has the same CHR format, with a new handle. “Now 93-7” is modeled after Mapleton’s Spokane and Chico CHR stations.
KRVM-HD2 debuted around February 10th, and the format is very similar to KNRK.
How can KBDF survive with a signal that only serves wilderness?
Since the KVAS calls are returning to 1230, I’m guessing that 103.9 will become KKEE.
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.
Now, if only Portland’s “Brew” offered a contemporary Rock format, instead of stale Classic Rock.
This is sad news! Hot 102.9 was the best sounding CHR in Klamath Falls.
YBC might be waiting until they move 102.7 KYTE into the valley, before upgrading 92.7 KNCU.
“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.