WKOX, WRCA, WUNR at full power

Paul B. Walker, Jr. walkerbroadcasting@gmail.com
Tue Mar 17 18:59:23 EDT 2009

I do know for a FACT that WUNR 1600 is operating on it's new 20KW power as
called for in the CP.

Paul Walker

On Tue, Mar 17, 2009 at 1:58 PM, Laurence Glavin <lglavin@mail.com> wrote:

> >----- Original Message -----
> >From: "Dan.Strassberg"
> >To: "Boston Radio Interest"
> >Cc: "Bob Carpenter" , "Glen Clark" , "Riggs, Steve" , "Peter Haas" ,
> "Anderton, J T"
> >Subject: WKOX, WRCA, WUNR at full power
> >Date: Mon, 16 Mar 2009 23:01:18 -0400
> If they are currently (that is, mid-day) running their patterns according
> to
> their CP's for nighttime operation (noting that WUNR-AM is DA-1), WKOX and
> WRCA are
> only marginally stronger than they have been since moving to 750 Sawmill
> Brook Pahkway.
> I have a good radio with a display of relative signal strength and I intend
> to watch it
> at 6:45 pm tonight, assuming the're not swamped by skywave even before
> sunset.  (Hey,
> what's wrong with the Sun these days...I get skywave all over the place for
> a couple
> of hours after sunrise and ditto late in the afternoon!  Is there something
> going on,
> or more properly NOT going on up there?) There was a day in January when I
> did observe WKOX
> seemingly operating with the signal strength I'm observing today;  the next
> day, it
> went back to 10KW directional with the signal it previously displayed.
>  Will today's signal
> be permanent, at least at night...and will there be more changes during the
> day?

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