Changes at WHMP/WHNP etc.
A Joseph Ross
Sun Sep 23 22:21:50 EDT 2018
Boy is THAT complicated!
In any event, I wish I'd looked at email this morning, so I could have
listened while I was driving home on the Turnpike. Too late now. I did
find that WHMP 1400's signal did reach Springfield area, as did the
101.5 translator, though the translator had some multipath
interference. A stationary location might have had better reception.
On 9/23/2018 9:09 AM, M.Casey wrote:
> Saga is programming WLZX, 99.3, Northampton on WHNP, 1600, East
> Longmeadow and it's 98.5 translator located on WHNP's AM tower.
> Mark Casey
> -----Original Message----- From: A Joseph Ross
> Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 12:38 AM
>> The WHMP website indicates that they are now on FM at 101.5 in
> Northampton and 107.5 in Greenfield, which I also haven't checked. It
> also says that they are on AM at 1240 and 1400. This apparently means
> that they still have WHMQ in Greenfield, but have eliminated their
> Springfield relay, which I believe was called WHNP.
> Both WHMP and WLZX are owned by Saga Communications.
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