Station IDs (Was Re: WBUR's L-O-N-G Station ID)
Paul B. Walker, Jr.
Wed Feb 27 09:31:55 EST 2013
And WLBE 790 is legally licensed to Leesburg.. two towns about 5 miles
apart north of Orlando, FL.
On Wed, Feb 27, 2013 at 7:09 AM, Ed Hennessy <email@example.com> wrote:
> This reminds me of the recent discussion on cities listed in legal IDs.
> If I recall correctly, WKSS's city of license is Hartford-Meriden. It's
> not simply Hartford, and it's not just because their stick is on West Peak
> (or else WDRC-FM, WHCN, and WZMX would be licensed the same way, and they
> are not), nor is it because they want to link to Meriden (if anything,
> they'd likely use another city, like New Haven, given the choice). Anyone
> know the history on that one? If it was for 'local service' reasons, then
> why not just WKSS Meriden?
> Ed Hennessy
> On 02/26/13, Bill Dillane<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> KC101 had this ID in the early 80s -
> (a whisper within the ramp of the jingle) - WKCI Hamden - New Haven.
> (sing) KC101. Connecticut!!!
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