Rush and talk to WKOX 1430?

Bob Nelson
Mon Jun 22 02:52:23 EDT 2015

The transmitter co-ordinates on radio-locator show it to be next to Sprague
Pond and just south of the Readville commuter rail stop and close to
Dedham. but apparently the site from the map appears to be in Readville,
part of Hyde Park.

On Mon, Jun 22, 2015 at 12:14 AM, A Joseph Ross <>

> Where is the transmitter?  Is it in Boston?
> At one time it was observed around here that WBZ's auxiliary transmitter
> was currently the only AM transmitter within the city of Boston.  Has this
> changed?
> On 6/18/2015 2:52 AM, Eli Polonsky wrote:
>  Yes, it's Alex Langer's WZBR. Formerly a Brockton station, Langer moved
>> it north to the Hyde Park/Dedham line. It's a Brazilian and/or Portuguese
>> format. 2300 watts daytime, 25 watts nighttime.
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