|[AMRadio] OT but of interest to some|
N6DGY at kirtland.com
Mon May 28 13:37:00 EDT 2007
Now living in Utah, obviously I can't listen to WLS directly - at least
during daylight hours. Nice to listen to the internet stream. I lived in
Chicago for a time 20 or so years ago, and fondly remember them as the "Big
A major interest in my hobby is restoring vintage broadcast receivers, and
also building high-performance crystal sets. I have one local AM station in
Provo that broadcasts music. Otherwise, it's band edge to band edge of
conservative talk and sports. I've set up my own Part 15 transmitter so I
can at least have something worthwhile to listen to on my old radios if the
Provo station doesn't suit me.
Now, KSL in Salt Lake, for example, has gone digital. They still broadcast
analog as well, but the digital content spews 30KHz wide! Why does Rush,
Sean, et al need "digital" AM?
The market might be small, but I believe there is still a market for music
Pleasant Grove, Utah
On 5/28/07 8:20 AM, "Robert Nickels" <W9RAN at oneradio.net> wrote:
> The "Big 89 Rewind" aka WLS MusicRadio is back the air today - listen
> live at www.wlsam.com if you're not within the sound of Lyle Dean's
> voice. Great to hear all the old jocks and news/sports voices back on
> the air. And a new website of WLS history: http://www.wlshistory.com/
> I guess the High Powered Radio Executives Larry Lujack always talks
> about realized people wanted to hear this, and that it wouldn't kill
> their Rush listeners if they heard a record being played on the radio...
> 73, Bob W9RAN
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