While wandering through the Upper Midwest.
A. Joseph Ross
Tue Feb 21 17:21:27 EST 2012
On 2/21/2012 11:05 AM, Scott Fybush wrote:
> The CBC has taken a different approach to AM in the Canadian west. It
> recognizes that the huge signals from CBW, CBR, CBX and CBK
> effectively cover enormous swaths of emptiness that would be
> economically impossible to replicate with FM transmitters. So it's
> leaving those signals (and CBU Vancouver, too) on AM, but it has put
> "nested" lower-power FM relays on the air to provide FM service to the
> core of each urban market. In Winnipeg, it's CBW-1-FM, running 2800
> watts on 89.3 from a rooftop downtown.
Is there some reason why it isn't CBW-FM instead of CBW-1-FM?
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