WXYT -Detroit wants to move their transmitter location
Thu Jun 4 06:26:24 EDT 2009
I suspect that if, say, CKLW IDed as CKLW Detroit, the ID would NOT
have been illegal in Canada. If I'm not mistaken, a Canadian legal ID
consists only of the call letters. So, as with US stations that
legally append to their legal IDs the names of communities to which
they are not licensed, a Canadian station could probably legally
append to its legal ID the name of a community to which it was not
licensed. Probably doesn't matter if the named community was on the
other side of the border.
Dan Strassberg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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From: "A. Joseph Ross" <email@example.com>
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Subject: Re: WXYT -Detroit wants to move their transmitter location
> Wasn't there a Winsor, Ontario station that used to ID
> (though probably not legally) with Canadian call letters and Detroit
> for a location?
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