740 (was: "Boston's Real Jazz" WZBR 1410 on air)
Thu Dec 19 11:45:47 EST 2013
On the west-null cardioid pattern antenna I run here, CHCM Marystown,
Newfoundland dominates 740 at night quite often as the antenna reduces
co-channel CFZM Toronto which would typically dominate on other
antennas. CHCM was formerly known as CBNM when it relayed CBC-network
640 CBN St. John's. Now it relays 590 VOCM St. John's with a country
Marc is right, as noted below. NL has replaced NF as the abbreviation
for Newfoundland-Labrador as QC has replaced PQ for Quebec. Not to
mention that NU (Nunavut) is a fairly recent Canadian addition.
There are no Mexican stations that I have ever heard on 740 in nearly
55 years of listening.
South Yarmouth, MA
As far as I know, "NL" has been Canada's official abbreviation for
Newfoundland/Labrador for some time now.
South Dennis, Cape Cod, Massachusetts
Great report, Mark, but what's NL? I don't think you meant
which, AFAIK, is NF and could well be what you meant. I thought NL was
Laredo (Mexico), which must be 2000 miles away. Is that what you
Dan Strassberg (email@example.com)
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