WWNZ-1400 on air

Dan Strassberg dan.strassberg@att.net
Sun Jan 16 14:21:10 EST 2005

WBME Belfast was on 1230 also. Before WBME, there was a 1230 in Bangor, WGUY
(for Guy Gannett), which changed its COL to Brewer, moved to 1250, and
became a 5-kW daytimer. Wasn't this station the one that eventually moved to
1200 and even later became WNSW before being sold to Fairbanks and taken
dark in the by-now at least 15-year-long battle to upgrade WKOX? And what
about Calais (WQDY)? Wasn't that also on 1230?

Dan Strassberg, dan.strassberg@att.net
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Scott Fybush" <scott@fybush.com>
To: "Daniel Billings" <billings@suscom-maine.net>; "Rod O'Connor"
<rjoc@webtv.net>; <boston-radio-interest@bostonradio.org>
Sent: Sunday, January 16, 2005 11:54 AM
Subject: Re: WWNZ-1400 on air

> >I think there used to be other stations in Maine on 1400.  AM stations
> >went dark in Farmington, Dover-Foxcroft, and Aroostook County.  I think
> >some of these stations were on 1400 and 1490.
> Farmington was a daytimer on 1380. Dover-Foxcroft was on 1340, as were
> Kent and Houlton. Madawaska was on 1230.
> s

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