Sat Jan 29 14:00:20 EST 2005
>From: "Scott Fybush" <email@example.com>
>To: "Jeff Lehmann" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
>Subject: RE: WBUR-FM IBOC
>Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2005 23:38:34 -0500
> At 11:28 PM 1/28/2005, Jeff Lehmann wrote:
> > Ugh, yup it's there for sure. Goodbye to one of my best DX frequencies,
> > 90.7. I hope 91.1 WSMU will complain because of their reduced coverage area.
> Interesting doings down there at WSMU, now that you mention it.
> They've had a long-running CP to move to 89.3...and on last check,
> they've now recharacterized that as a CP for a new station with the
> calls WUMD. So it looks like at some point soon, they'll have both
> WUMD 89.3 and WSMU 91.1. And what do you want to be that one of
> them ends up simulcasting WUMB?
WBUR has a long-standing CP to increase power and change directional
pattern somewhat. I believe this is predicated on a move of
WSMU from 91.1 to 89.3. Last summer (remember summer?)
during a WBUR open house, I had a conversation with the WBUR
CE, a tall gentleman with a Marine-style buzz-cut, and he
said WBUR and WSMU were working together on the facility
changes for each.
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