Dale H. Cook
Sat Dec 10 08:14:14 EST 2016

At 04:09 PM 12/9/2016, Rob Landry wrote:

>It's not normally legal for a translator to originate programming. If WCAT is no longer on the air, its translator cannot legally remain on the air except to relay some other station (perhaps an HD2?).

Translators for FM stations can relay a variety of sources. This is a translator for an AM station - it is licensed to translate only WCAT, and it can be on the air only if WCAT has been on the air for at least a portion of the previous 24 hours.

Dale H. Cook, Radio Contract Engineer, Roanoke/Lynchburg, VA 

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