WNAC 1200

Dan.Strassberg dan.strassberg@att.net
Thu Aug 2 09:33:55 EDT 2012

I'm pretty sure that WLW was the only station on 700 back then--unless there
was a Class II station in Hawaii, and I don't think there was one. But until
1950, I don't think Hawaii was a state. What about 650? Might have been a
650 in Texas. 640 had three (Oklahoma, Illinois, and Ohio) but the Canadian
640 in Newfoundland didn't count because NF was not yet a province.

Dan Strassberg (dan.strassberg@att.net)
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> According to my 1963 edition of "White's Radio Log" (which I've had since
> I
> was 13 years old), there was only one station in the USA on 720 and 1200;
> WGN and WOAI.   Not even any daytimers on those freqs.
> ---BB

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