WBOQ reach in to Boston
Tue Jun 27 22:58:28 EDT 2006
IIRC, a requirement for WFNX upgrading power and moving their stick was
the deletion of the 101.3 translator. I thought this was discussed on
this list when FNX's new transmitter started up awhile back. If that
is the case, I doubt the FCC would allow for another facility to be
started up on that frequency at this point.
On Jun 27, 2006, at 5:55 PM, Dan Strassberg wrote:
> WRBB could operate on 101.3 from One Financial Center. That move might
> very worthwhile. I'm told that this would not be the first case of
> co-located second adjacents in the US. And since WRBB's protected
> might not even reach street level, there might be no measurable
> overlap with WFNX. The big issue, I suspect, would be the rent at OFC.
> would probably have to agree to pay that.
> Dan Strassberg, firstname.lastname@example.org
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> Subject: WBOQ reach in to Boston
>> Or, I wonder if WFNX would particularly mind if WRBB moved to 101.3FM?
>> Obviously that's not a great frequency for WRBB - it's still got
>> blanketing problems and there's a strong second adjacent. But it
>> be worse than 104.9 is.
>> Aaron Read
>> Boston, MA 02176
>> Fried Bagels - Broadcast Radio & Web
>> Engineering & Operations Consultant
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