Monday, October 01, 2007

New AM stations

Santee, California: 1400KHz:
Amendment filed to application for new station.
500 watts fulltime, non-directional
Daytime site: 32-53-50N/116-55-34W
Night site: 32-51-12N/116-58-22W

Amendment also changes the city-of-license from Lemon Grove.

I think this would be the only two-site Class C station if authorized.

Santee (and Lemon Grove) are San Diego suburbs.



Kirk, Colorado: 1490KHz:
Amendment filed to application for new station.
250 watts fulltime, non-directional
39-37-33N/102-35-26W

Kirk is in the middle of nowhere (?!) a few miles south of U.S. Hwy. 36 and about 20 miles northwest of Burlington in east-central Colorado. How they expect to sell enough advertising to support a radio station out here is beyond me.



Bon Air, Virginia: 1200KHz:
Amendment filed to application for new station.
50,000 watts daytime
20,000 watts nighttime
directional all hours, two different patterns
37-33-24N/77-41-50W

amendment changes transmitter site.

Bon Air is just west of Richmond - makes a lot more sense than Kirk, Colorado!



Waterville, Washington: 1450KHz:
Amendment filed to application for new station.
1,000 watts daytime
500 watts nighttime
non-directional
47-38-32N/120-05-34W

Amendment increases power and changes transmitter site.

Waterville is about 20 miles northeast of Wenatchee in central Washington State. (and not really near any large bodies of water)

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