Wednesday, February 27, 2013

AM station going away (Canada)

Tulita, Northwest Territories: 920KHz:
CBQI moving to 100.9 FM.

Tulita is also listed as Fort Norman in some references.

Application filed for new AM station

Red Oak, North Carolina: 1190KHz:
Application filed for new station.

9,200 watts daytime
1,000 watts nighttime
directional at night only

west of I-95 between Hwy. 43 and US-64, northwest of Rocky Mount.

"On The Map"

Monday, February 25, 2013

AM stations going/gone (Canada)

Edmonton, Alberta: 580KHz:
Tillsonburg, Ontario: 1510KHz:
CKUA & CKOT deleted.

Both stations had been relayed on FM for some time; in both cases, the operators felt there was no point in continuing to pay the costs of operating the AM transmitters.

CKOT was the last daytime-only AM station in Canada.

Friday, February 15, 2013

New AM station on the air

Bethel Heights, Arkansas: 1340KHz:
KFMD on the air.
36-12-43N/94-07-38W, just north of Springdale.
1,000 watts day & night, non-directional.
Hog Radio, Inc.

Thursday, February 07, 2013

Permit granted for new station (and application denied)

Anchorage, Alaska: 1470KHz:
Permit granted for new station.

10,000 watts day & night, non-directional.
61-29-06N/149-45-46W, well to the north of other Anchorage stations.
Christian Broadcasting, Inc., owners of KATB-89.3 FM. They have two other applications for new AM stations on file, for 1210 and 1310KHz.

A competing application by Thomas Sweeney to use the same frequency here has been dismissed.

AM station moved to new frequency

Asheboro, North Carolina: 700KHz:
WZOO moved from 710.

Changed from directional (two towers) to non-directional. (single tower)