With WAMG gone, WLS comes in like it did back in the day

Kevin Vahey kvahey@comcast.net
Thu Nov 19 01:04:26 EST 2009

My experience with Chicagoland stations in Boston were

670 no chance with WRKO

720  Could almost never lock it in as it was hammered by WOR and CKAC

780 very reliable

890 solid

1000 usually the strongest - being directional to the east gave it a bump

On 11/18/09, Dan.Strassberg <dan.strassberg@att.net> wrote:
> Anyone else notice how well WLS comes in? Loud and clear with little fading
> on many nights--as good as 20-30 years ago. Did they replace the old ground
> radials a couple years ago (either before ABC sold its stations or before
> Citadel ran out of money)??? Unlike the other three Chicago ex-IAs, WLS is
> located well south of the Loop. WLS's location must have better ground
> conductivity than WSCR, WGN, or WBBM because the skywave is noticeably
> better here than those stations'.
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