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    WLIR is back on the radio!!!

    After much hard work and effort, Bob Wilson has brought WLIR back to the airwaves.

    WPTY-FM 105.3 HD-3 is now broadcasting Bob's terrific station WLIR.FM.

    It features the original "World Famous" WLIR alternative music, air personalities, sounders, jingles, shrieks and screamers as well as today's new music.

    For those who dreamed of once again hearing WLIR over the air, Christmas has come early.

    You can also hear the station at www.wlir.fm

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoYoGo View Post
    After much hard work and effort, Bob Wilson has brought WLIR back to the airwaves.

    WPTY-FM 105.3 HD-3 is now broadcasting Bob's terrific station WLIR.FM.

    It features the original "World Famous" WLIR alternative music, air personalities, sounders, jingles, shrieks and screamers as well as today's new music.

    For those who dreamed of once again hearing WLIR over the air, Christmas has come early.
    WPTY is really a small signal. It covers, at best, from just east of Farmingdale on the west and goes as far as the Hamptons to the east.

    The 65 dbu covers less than 200,000 people; the 65 dbu is generally considered to be the limits for HD reception.
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