Friday, February 03, 2017

AM call changes

The following AM stations have recently changed callsigns:

Wasilla, Alaska           1430 KVHZ from KKNI
Culver City, California   1500 KWIF for new station
Palm Springs, California  1450 KCOD from KPTR
Elberton, Georgia         1400 WHTD from WSGC
Louisville, Kentucky       900 WJIE from WFIA
Auburn, New York          1340 WMBO from WNDR
Plattsburgh, New York     1070 WPLB from WTWK
Lewistown, Pennsylvania    670 WLUI from WIEZ
Somerset, Pennsylvania     990 WNTI from WLLI
Algood, Tennessee         1600 WUCT from WATX
Jackson, Tennessee        1390 WLLI from WTJS
Huntington, West Virginia 1200 WYSN from WZPS

Friday, January 27, 2017

New (temporary) AM stations

Muscogee, Oklahoma: 540KHz, 830KHz, 1680KHz:
Permit granted for new experimental station WI2XNG.

5kw transmitter output on all three frequencies from 35-40-15/95-10-14. Experimental station for "UAS-RFTR training". I guess if you're in the Navy you might know what that means. (UAS typically refers to drones but I can't imagine what a 5kw AM station would have to do with drone training.)

This station has also been granted experimental permission for 10kw ERP FM stations on 92.5, 96.7, and 107.3.

Friday, January 20, 2017

Saturday, January 07, 2017

New station (Canada) and not

Edmonton, Alberta: 580KHz:
Permit granted for new station.

10,000 watts day & night, directional
Using old CKUA frequency.
Ethnic.


Two competing applications for this frequency denied.

Also denied were applications for 1650 and 1690.

Friday, January 06, 2017

Call changes

The following AM stations have recently changed callsigns:

Montgomery, Alabama         950 WZKD from WNZZ
Boynton Beach, Florida     1040 WURN from WLVJ
Kendall, Florida           1020 WLVJ from WURN
Dry Branch, Georgia        1670 WMGE from WPLA
Portsmouth, New Hampshire  1380 WPLA from WMGE

Friday, December 23, 2016

AM stations going away

Port Alice, British Columbia: 1170KHz:
CBUX moving to FM 92.3.

White River, Ontario: 1010KHz:
CBLW moving to FM 97.7.