720 AM broadcaster in Creole

Jeff Lehmann jjlehmann@comcast.net
Wed Feb 13 08:34:35 EST 2019

I don't think that station in Lynn has been on the air in many years. That website has been around for a long time, and old entries are never deleted.

Most of the pirates on AM have since moved to FM. There may be one left on AM in Brockton, but it's not 1640.

Jeff Lehmann

-----Original Message-----
From: Boston-Radio-Interest <boston-radio-interest-bounces@lists.BostonRadio.org> On Behalf Of Rob Landry
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To: Bob Nelson <raccoonradio@gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: 720 AM broadcaster in Creole

...AM stereo?

It's astonishing that a pirate would have the technical savvy to get C-QUAM up and running. I wonder what he's using for an antenna.


On Tue, 12 Feb 2019, Bob Nelson wrote:

> I have picked up a pirate on 720 before on the North Shore. Bruce Conti's
> Low Power/Unlicensed page lists it as Haitian/religious from Dorchester.
> The same page lists at 1690
> " WRCI *R.Creole Inter*, Lynn - French news/talk, AM Stereo. "
> and adds it's relayed on 1640 in Brockton.Maybe they're on 720 now?
> https://www.bamlog.com/bostonlp.htm
> --Bob Nelson
> On Tuesday, February 5, 2019, <dav2149@comcast.net> wrote:
>> Where is the 720 AM signal in Creole coming from? Only ID on the hour
>> (9:00a.m. 2/5) “This is the Voice of America in Creole”. All other
>> programing in Creole. Steady signal heard here in Wellesley on car radio.
>> David Wilson

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