Wednesday, July 30, 2014

AM station gone

East Point, Georgia: 1260KHz:
WTJH deleted.

Station was off over a year.

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Applications for new AM stations

Brampton, Ontario: 1350KHz:
Application for new station.

450 watts daytime; 55 watts night; non-directional all hours.
News, talk, and 39% ethnic.

Toronto, Ontario: 1280KHz:
Application for new station.

100 watts, presumably both day & night non-directional?
English campus station, to more-or-less replace deleted CKLN-88.1.

AM station going away

Caraquet, New Brunswick: 810KHz:
Requests move to 94.1 FM.

Monday, July 21, 2014

Application for new AM station dismissed

Cheyenne, Wyoming: 1590KHz:
Application for new station dismissed.
(Advanced Modulation Broadcasting)

Thursday, July 10, 2014

AM station call changes

The following stations have recently changed callsigns:

Malvern, Arkansas        1310 KZYP from KBOK
Oroville, California     1340 KPYV from KNTF
Sandwich, Illinois        930 WKBM from WAUR
Mechanicville, New York  1160 WAIX from WABY
Chester, Virginia         820 WNTW from WGGM

Sunday, July 06, 2014

Application for new AM station

Enterprise, Nevada: 1540KHz
Application filed for new station.

10,000 watts daytime
3,700 watts critical hours
270 watts nighttime
three different patterns.

36-00-37N, 115-14-26W
Rainbow Boulevard & Landberg Ave., Enterprise

AM station technical change in Ontario

Hamilton, Ontario: 1150KHz:
CKOC reducing nighttime power from 50kw to 20kw.
Station will delete current nighttime antenna pattern and use existing daytime pattern 24 hours.

AM stations going away

The following AM stations are going away in Canada:

  • CBUI-740 New Denver, British Columbia: to 102.5 FM
  • CBLV-600 Bancroft, Ontario: to 99.3 FM
  • CBEU-1340 Temagami, Ontario: to 106.1 FM