W221CH Frequence Switch...?

Paul B. Walker, Jr. walkerbroadcasting@gmail.com
Sun Jun 12 17:01:03 EDT 2011

And I read on Facebook that one of the people involved with 87.9 The Wave (I
think he has low pwoer signals on 88.5 in ipswich and 99.9 somewhere else)
complained that this translator was blocking his reception of WBLM.. not
like he has alot of standing there.

HA.. the pirate claims 2000W gets 100 miles? LOL


On Sun, Jun 12, 2011 at 3:56 PM, Bob Nelson <raccoonradio@mail.com> wrote:

> I don't know the new calls, but the station that had been simulcasting WNNW
> at 92.1 licensed to Newton NH apparently got complaints of interference and
> they apparently have moved to 102.9, no doubt with new
>  calls to reflect the frequency "channel". L. Glavin mentioned this on
> another board. I tried it in Beverly and let's just say it's so clear you'd
> think the stick was in Peabody or something!
>  I guess this bad news for "WCFM Choice 102.9", but that pirate station has
> probably been off the air for awhile anyway (FCC fines, etc.) Because
> apparently the entry of 102.9 into the Merrimack Valley means
>  there would be interference complaints from WNNW's owners should "Choice
> 102.9" decide to fire up again.
>  (The Choice FM website is gone from its domain name but can be found by
> typing in choice1029.com into
>  http://www.archive.org and pick a date). One version of the site declared
> that the station had the call
>  letters WCFM (which will come as news to the folks at Williams College in
> Williamstown, FM 91.9) and they were supposedly putting out 2,000 watts with
> a range of 100 miles.
>  Yeah. In the next breath they called themselves "low power radio". Anyway,
> apparently the WNNW
>  simulcast is now at 102.9. Oh, and Laurence's post on the other board said
> that they'd applied for 102.9
>  with a COL change to Lawrence MA

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