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    WNTN's low power night signal is on the air, but very weak. I drove by the Fresh Pond tower and heard it, but it was no longer overcoming static by less than a mile away, and it was pretty much gone by two miles away.

    The three-watt nighttime signal when it was from Newton covered several miles (weakly), I used to hear the faint fringe as far east as Cambridge, BU, and even Kenmore Square before the Back Bay buildings ate it up, but I can't hear the present night signal two miles from Fresh Pond here in Somerville.

  2. #42
    Quote Originally Posted by Eli Polonsky View Post
    WNTN's low power night signal is on the air, but very weak. I drove by the Fresh Pond tower and heard it, but it was no longer overcoming static by less than a mile away, and it was pretty much gone by two miles away.

    The three-watt nighttime signal when it was from Newton covered several miles (weakly), I used to hear the faint fringe as far east as Cambridge, BU, and even Kenmore Square before the Back Bay buildings ate it up, but I can't hear the present night signal two miles from Fresh Pond here in Somerville.
    What runs on there at night? Usually on the internet I hear Greek music on shuffle or dead air with a legal ID. Not much to do with it after dark..
    Jeremy Andrews

  3. #43
    Quote Originally Posted by JeremyAndrews View Post
    What runs on there at night? Usually on the internet I hear Greek music on shuffle or dead air with a legal ID. Not much to do with it after dark..
    It was some network talk show with a female host (American), I couldn't catch the name of the show or where it was based, but scanning the dial I heard some other AM stations skipping in at night from other areas airing the same show.

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