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Re: Some DX notes.....

An easier way would be to look at these station's web pages. I'm sure WLS
has a page, WVNJ certainly has one. Do an (insert the name of your
favorite search engine here) search. You'll find them.

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Sven F. Weil
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World Wide Web: http://www.lily.org/~sven

On Sun, 23 May 1999, Martin J. Waters wrote:

> >Bump Martin wrote:
> >RE:  1040AM  Has anyone ever picked up WHO here in the Boston area?
> <big snip>
>         Adding to what Dan Strassberg wrote back:
>         I only can get WHO some nights late at night here in Conn. since
> the NJ station went on at night, which was only a year or so ago (+ or  -).
> WHO used to be a regular. I think when you're in the immediate Boston area
> WBZ splashes so bad you don't usually get it on most radios. I believe WHO
> is local talk until late evening (around midnight central) and then runs
> one of the trucking music shows, but I'm not sure on that.
>         With WHO and some other clear-channel stations that now have local
> stations around here blocking them (like 1120-KMOX), I find that sometimes
> in the middle of the night (i.e., maybe 10 or 11 p.m.-3 or 4 a.m. or so,
> depending on the season) when the skywaves are strongest you can still get
> them. I have an 1120 about 15 miles from me, Bristol, WPRX (Spanish) with
> 500 watts night, and some nights it obliterates KMOX while other nights
> it's just a whisper behind KMOX by later in the evening. KMOX certainly was
> in the past and would be a strong, easy signal in the Northeast at night
> without the interfering signals. I'm not sure if KMOX still has local talk
> on the overnight, but recently they certainly still had a local talk show
> in the late evening. As for 1160, if it was standards it was almost
> certainly N.J. In Scituate last winter, I got WJJD, with the sports talk,
> usually weak but occasionally strong, by nulling out N.J. Of course, in
> Scituate it's more like the splash from the N.J. standards station is
> hurting WNFT at night rather than the other way around <g>.
>         As for WLS' night programming, I'm not certain. I'm pretty sure
> there's local talk until at least late evening. Maybe a female host.
> Overnight, I'm not sure. I have splash fromWCBS here that usually makes WLS
> tough except when it's really booming, so I don't listen to it very much.
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> Have you patronized the skywave signal of an AM Class A station today?
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