Mon Apr 10 09:26:41 EDT 2017
That's acceptable use. So long as the AM was on air that day the translator can continue. (Among the good stuff you learn from a membership to Fybush.com).
> On Apr 10, 2017, at 8:48 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> OK, my qyuestion is....since 98.9 is a Translator of 1110, and 1110 is "supposed" to be a daytime only signal, how does 98.9 legally stay on aor at night? Is 1110 pumping out a might 3 watts or so at night to make 98.9 legal?
> -Paul Hopfgarten
> -Epping NH
> PS signal blocks WCLZ all the way to Portsmouth
> Sent: Sunday, April 09, 2017 at 6:59 PM
> From: "Mark Watson" <email@example.com>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org, "'Bob Bittner via Boston-Radio-Interest'" <boston-radio-interest@lists.BostonRadio.org>
> Subject: RE: Valley 98.9
> Bill O'Neill wrote:
> >Visiting dad here in Dracut. Listening to the new "Valley 98.9" (1110 kHz
> but who's kidding whom?)
> >Gotta admit, I'm impressed by the music algorithm. Signal is okay here in
> Dracut which is interesting because >1110 is only barely distinguishable
> I'm enjoying the variety on Valley 98.9. Oldest song I've heard so far is
> Can't help Falling In Love by Elvis Presley (1961), newest are several from
> 1984. Good amount of titles from 1970-1984 with a fair amount of 1960's.
> 98.9 putting a decent signal into Lowell, better than 1110's signal. This
> morning I had an event in Manchester, 98.9 made the whole trip from Lowell
> with a solid signal into downtown Manchester. I also noticed a Valley 98.9
> ad in a Manchester Transit Authority bus shelter. Be interesting to see if
> they get ads from businesses in Manchester and Lowell along with the
> Lawrence area once the 10,000 songs commercial free kick off ends.
> Mark Watson
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