WBZ is off the air....If a tree falls in the woods...Does it make a sound?

RogerKola@aol.com RogerKola@aol.com
Sat Feb 21 13:44:32 EST 2004

Hi Larry and the group ...a search of the FCC site revealed this...if the 
link will work from outside of my search...It shows , along with a lot of other 
info, that there are many other stations on BZ's Am 1030 freq, along with 
several 50Kw's notably one in TN and one in FL.

If the link won't work, let me know because the FCC website is harder to get 
through than the proverbial Molasses in February (or is it January ;-)


=&EW=W&size=9">Click here: AM Query Results -- Audio Division (FCC) USA</A>  


In a message dated 02/21/04 12:30:09 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
lglavin@lycos.com writes:

> On rare occasions, when skywaves are really flying, I've 
>  turned my most sensitive radio (the one I use to listen
>  to LTAR) "sideways" to Hull, and I've noticed the merest
>  glimmer of something else on 1030, and I've been led
>  to believe it was a station in Tennesse.  This was not just at
>  sunset, when I think I heard interference from a 1030 near
>  Washington, DC, but late at night.  WBZ's frequency must be one
>  of the quietest of the original 25 clear channels these

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