While wandering through the Upper Midwest.

A Joseph Ross joe@attorneyross.com
Wed Feb 22 17:14:06 EST 2012

On 2/22/2012 7:22 AM, Dan.Strassberg wrote:

> I'm pretty sure that, somewhere, there was (still is?) a KCOP (can't
> recall whether it was/is AM, FM, or both; hmmm, could it have been a
> Los Angeles TV?), but I don't think it had any connection to WCOP
> (either the Boston WCOP or any other WCOP). Now, were the KCOP calls
> (or the WCOP calls, for that matter) ever on a police-calls station?
> The police band of the '30s and '40s--IIRC, 1610-1700 kHz, post
> NARBA--is now, mostly the expanded AM band (although 1610 is reserved
> for TISes).

At some point in the early 1960s, WCOP had a "mascot" that they called 
"Willie the Cop."

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