1200 and 1430 not a simulcast this afternoon?
Sun Aug 30 06:45:00 EDT 2009
Early this AM (before 5:00AM Sunday 8/30/09) I tuned in to 1200. I
heard a "non-ID" that contained the words Rumba and mil-dos-cientos.
So, for whatever it's worth, whatever the non-Rumba Spanish
programming that WKOX was broadcasting yesterday, it was not
broadcasting it early this morning. At that hour, WXKS (AM) is on
night pattern and I can't hear it here, so I can't tell you whether
1200 and 1430 were back to simulcasting, but my guess is that they
Dan Strassberg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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From: "D" <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, August 29, 2009 5:16 PM
Subject: 1200 and 1430 not a simulcast this afternoon?
>I usually listen to la rumba on 1430 and noticed today they only
>mention "catorce treinta" and not "mil doscientos" along with it like
>they have been doing. When I tuned to 1200 there was programming in
>Spanish but it wasn't what was on 1430 at the same time. I haven't
>been following local radio recently, did I miss something about these
>two stations? (I hope at least one of them will remain la nueva
>umba - I really like listening to the music they play).
> David Wilson
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