Re: Re: Re: Why does WSSP not mention the 1250 signal anymore?


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Posted by Jeremy Andrews on June 06, 2015 at 22:58:29:

In Reply to: Re: Re: Why does WSSP not mention the 1250 signal anymore? posted by Simple answer on June 06, 2015 at 20:25:50:

A Waukesha listener of WNWC complained about WNOV's translator.

These days getting translators shut down for interference is getting rarer and rarer.

I still think they should call it "Sportsradio 1250 and 105-7FM The Fan" but I guess that takes more talk. But it is true, they act as if 1250 doesn't exist but the 105.7 frequency doesn't cover anywhere near as much of the market. It's also technically a translator for WXSS HD-2, not 1250. WXSS HD-2 just simulcasts 1250's programming.


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