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I wonder what Summit has planned for the 104.5 translator is Bend. Horizon will no longer need 104.5 to rebroadcast “Lite 95.1” KLTW, when the station moves to Awbrey Butte at 95.7.
Now where is Power 94’s stream?
In other Central Oregon radio news, “92/9 FM” KRXF began streaming online yesterday at noon!
Cumulus takes radio stations and trashes them. “The Score” should have stayed on 1320, and 95.3 should have a music format. 102.3 should be Hot AC or Adult CHR.
KSOW-LP is currently dark, which means “Oldies 106.7” can be heard around Cottage Grove at this time.
101.5 KFLY and 104.7 KDUK have been off the air since 4:30 in the afternoon. It’s nice being able to listen to 104.3 KKMX and 105.1 KRSK in Eugene, without KDUK’s nasty splatter.
Since June 8th, 2001, 104.7 KDUK’s transmitter has been putting out RF spurs on 104.4 and 105.0 MHz, which severely messes up reception of 105.1 KRSK (on the more wide FM tuners) in Albany, Corvallis, Eugene, etc.
101.5 KFLY’s transmitter has never put out any RF spurs, and I sure wish the engineers would fix KDUK’s transmitter.
I’m thinking, 94.1 KXIX should move to Awbrey Butte, to maximize it’s C2 signal, and better serve the population areas in Central Oregon. Awbrey Butte C2’s like 101.7 KLRR and 104.1 KWPK, provide much better coverage of Bend, Sisters, and the Cascades.
Now, hopefully he can get rid of that nasty high-pitched background noise on Power 94, and KSJJ 102.9!
How about 105.1 KRSK and 97.1 KYCH/KKSN-FM? I’m trying to remember when they moved into the Bancroft Building.
With last month’s upgrade, 92/9 FM is now Central Oregon’s most powerful radio station.
To be exact, KRXF was 18,500. I now understand why Kris doesn’t use her last name on the air. While I enjoy a lot of what “92/9 FM” plays, I think their format is a bit too eclectic. They would see higher ratings with a more hit-driven “New Rock” format.
94.1 KXIX is no longer receivable in the hills of Eugene, while 92.9 KRXF is coming in, as KXIX used to.
“92/7 FM” ended up switching to “92/9 FM” (KRXF, Bend) last night (7/10) around 9 PM.
94.1 (KXIX, Sunriver) had very over-modulated audio, over the weekend.
“92/7 FM” is making the switch to “92/9 FM” on Sunday.
Both 92.7 and 94.1 are running at low power right now.
Seems like it would be easy to plug in one of Bustos’ crap quality satellite feeds into the 94.3 KZPT transmitter.