Friday, April 29, 2011

Permit granted for new AM station

Osceola, Indiana: 1210KHz:
Permit granted for new station.
2,500 watts daytime
219 watts nighttime
Directional, different patterns day & night.
41-38-33/86-03-13
Edwin C. Moore

Osceola is just east of Elkhart in northern Indiana.

AM call changes


Anniston, Alabama 1490 WGBZ from WSYA
Anaheim, California 1190 KGBN from KXMX
Beverly Hills, California 1260 KMZT from KGIL
Notus, Idaho 1450 KWEI from KIOV
Kansas City, Kansas 1660 KUDL from KXTR
Big Rapids, Michigan 1590 WODJ for new station
Pascagoula, Mississippi 1580 WPMO from WPMP
Portland, Oregon 970 KUFO from KXFD
Waldport, Oregon 820 KWDP from KORC
Danville, Virginia 970 WMPW from WVOV
Leesburg, Virginia 1200 WCRW from WAGE
Snohomish, Washington 1520 KKXA for new station

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Friday, April 15, 2011

AM station deleted

Leone, American Samoa: 648KHz
WVUV deleted.
The strange frequency is not a typo. Stations outside ITU Region II use 9KHz channels - 630, 639, 648, 657, 666, 675, etc...

Friday, April 08, 2011

AM stations: one gone, one new

Winona, Mississippi: 1570KHz:
WONA deleted.


Goodlettsville, Tennessee: 830KHz:
WQZQ returns to the air
This station last operated on 1550KHz from Clarksville. Its transmission facility was destroyed in last May's floods.

They already held a permit for the move to Goodlettsville on 830KHz. That permit has now been constructed.

The AM station simulcasts WPRT-FM (102.5 Pegram, Tenn.) HD2 and its two translators W270BK (101.9 Clarksville) and W271AB. (102.1 Nashville) Format is urban gospel "102.1 The Light".

Power is 2,000 watts daytime only.