WDRC-FM oddity

Roger Kolakowski rogerkola@aol.com
Tue Nov 13 07:51:37 EST 2007

Might it be that translators preclude the use of the frequencies for
commercially "unpopular" LPFM stations resulting in a lack of available
frequencies and less decision making?


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jeff Lehmann" <jjlehmann@comcast.net>
To: "'A. Joseph Ross'" <joe@attorneyross.com>;
Sent: Monday, November 12, 2007 11:18 PM
Subject: RE: WDRC-FM oddity

> > Saturday evening, while driving home from Greenfield, I tuned the car
> > radio to WDRC-FM in Hartford, 102.9.  What I heard was something that
> > repeatedly called itself "Hot Country 104.9."  I wonder what was
> > going on.  Unfortunately, I lost the signal before the 10:00 PM legal
> You were hearing W275AS in Greenfield, a translator for 104.9 WYRY
> NH. The FCC is allowing translators all over the place these days.
> Jeff Lehmann
> Hanson, MA

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