WHMP-AM 1400/WHMQ-AM 1240/WHNQ-1600/W245BK-FM 96.9
Sat Jun 7 07:36:09 EDT 2014
Saga sold the land for the 4 tower array to real estate developers. The
station was 5000 day, 2500 night directional day and night. The tower array
was on land about 2/10th of a mile from the 45 Fisher Ave E Longmeadow
building. The now single tower is now adjacent to 45 Fisher Ave.
The change from the 4 tower to single enabled WWRL to move up to 50,000
watts, I believe.
On Jun 7, 2014 12:26 AM, "Garrett Wollman" <email@example.com> wrote:
> <<On Fri, 06 Jun 2014 23:09:46 -0400, "Dale H. Cook" <
> firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> > CP TO MAKE CHANGES IN ANTENNA SYS. REDUCE POWER 2.5 KW-DAY
> > CHG TL TO: 45 FISHER AVENUE, EAST LONGMEADOW, MA
> > That, then, is what happened. Why? I cannot say
> The old facility was a four-tower DA, if I recall correctly, and they
> dropped facilities to the maximum they could run after dropping three
> of the towers. At that time, it was a simulcast of WAQY-FM with
> essentially zero audience. Saga bought it in '87, according to my '95
> /M Street/.
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