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Re: Smooth Jazz-NAC

Seemed to me, last time I was up there, that 92.1
did well in Burlington, Shelburne and Ferrisburgh
and you could still pick them up just north of
Middlebury. As for north of Burlington, well, I had
a bit of trouble picking them up at the motel I
was staying at in Colchester (exit 16 off I-89).
Not the strongest signal; in terms of area covered,
probably less than when smooth jazz was at 96.7.

By the way, it's possible the "studios" I saw
were for the 100.9 that Middlebury used to have
(since relocated to Berlin/Montpelier), though
maybe they were for the 92.1...This was some years
--- Brian Vita <brian_vita@cssinc.com> wrote:
> > But it gets better as you head south, toward
> > Middlebury. 92.1 used to be "Oldies 92.1", and
> > they used to have studios just off Route 7, near
> > Middlebury. While they are licensed to a town in
> New
> > York, Vermont's Champlain Valley (perhaps the most
> > affluent area in the state?)
> > is probably their target audience.
> I was driving from Manchester Center to St Albans
> via US7 and then back down
> from St Albans toWhite River via I-89.  The only
> clear signal was a very
> narrow pocket around Burlington.  The signal faded
> very quickly just south
> of Burlington.
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