WALE is Spanish
Thu May 31 16:36:58 EDT 2007
--- Sean Smyth <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Eli Polonsky <email@example.com> wrote:
> > 102.7 is being sold to Rhode Island Public Radio and
> > is now WRNI-FM, simulcasting WRNI 1290 AM Providence.
> Now that there is a WRNI-FM, will the translator down
> there that had been relaying WBUR relay WRNI-FM instead?
What translator is that? What frequency is it on? I work
at WBUR, and I've never heard about a translator in Rhode
Island. There was only WRNI 1290 AM Providence and WXNI
1230 AM Westerly which simulcasts WRNI, which will be
discontinued and sold because WRNI-FM covers it's area.
If someone else is rebroadcasting WBUR down there, I'm
sure they would like to know about it!
You may be hearing Cape Cod stations WCCT 90.3 Harwich,
MA or WSDH 91.5 Sandwich, MA which are not technically
translators, they are Class A non-commercial stations
owned by local schools on which WBUR has arrangements
to simulcast. There's also WBUR 1240 AM W. Yarmouth, MA
which is owned by Boston University. Those three stations
serve portions of the Cape and Islands, and will not be
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