Fwd: RE: Fwd: WFXT 'Been QRP; WODS 'Gone Jingle Bellin'
Tue Nov 25 20:29:31 EST 2003
I think the nighttime singal improvement may be solar storms(?)
I'm also receiving DXable signals from 1200-WKOX and 1260-WMKI, which are
usually unlistenable after dark.
East Derry NH
> [Original Message]
> From: Laurence Glavin <email@example.com>
> To: <boston-radio-interest@rolinin.BostonRadio.org>
> Date: 11/25/03 5:35:13 PM
> Subject: Fwd: RE: Fwd: WFXT 'Been QRP; WODS 'Gone Jingle Bellin'
> >DATE: Mon, 24 Nov 2003 17:56:21
> >From: "Paul Hopfgarten" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >To: "Laurence Glavin"
> >Isn't 890 now WAMG (taking the calls from 1150)? >Also, I noticed even a
> >stronger Daytime signal on 890 recently here in >Derry...
> I noticed a stronger daytime signal on 890 whatever the calls
> too; I theorized that Mega was taking AM 890 seriously now
> that it's the primary outlet for the Boston area (even though
> WLLH touches on the northern half and appeared in the latest
> 'trends...but not WNNW-AM 800);
> perhaps the engineering department let AM 890 slide while
> 1150 was en Espagnol, then decided to being 890 up to specs.
> When it was C-net radio, it went from almost inaudible to
> challenging then-WMVU/WOTW, which is what it's doing now.
> Laurence Glavin
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