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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by tomservo View Post
    I would actually like to know if that station had any listeners on the AM outside of Montgomery. I bet there was one or two, certainly not enough to justify the power bill.
    So all that's left is 1600 (which is very inaudible) that's not repeated on some kind of FM

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by ThePowerCow View Post
    So all that's left is 1600 (which is very inaudible) that's not repeated on some kind of FM
    1440 and 740 Am are not on Fm translators, though they are on HD subchannels for 95.1 FM.
    8 Year Multi-talented radio vet looking to get off the beach and back behind a Mic

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    Drove by the 1170 transmitter site. They are indeed on but barely. The 4 watt signal reaches maybe a quarter of a mile. The land was still flooded from this weekend's heavy rain.

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