WGLB-AM Update


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Posted by Jeremy Andrews on May 12, 2015 at 03:07:05:

Since about 2 weeks, they have been at their new power level with the demise of WZRK.

It's listenable in the entire Milwaukee market now.

Previous power level: 180 Watts Day (Highly Directional to protect WZRK), 250 Watts Night (Highly Directional to the west to protect 1560 in New York)

Current power level: 2,500 Watts Day (Nowhere near as directional), 700 Watts Critical Hours (Non Directional. 2 hours after sunrise and 2 hours before sunrise if my memory of Critical Hours specification is correct) Still 250 Watts highly directional at night to protect New York.

In other words, if you couldn't hear WGLB-AM in the Milwaukee, and especially the Racine, Kenosha, Waukesha, etc area before, now you probably can. I can hear it fine during the day and critical hours in Kenosha now.


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