Madison AM on FM translator apps


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Posted by John on February 10, 2016 at 13:55:45:

Jeremy mentioned this in passing below, but I also noticed this on Northpine.com last week, with some links to coverage maps:

WNWC (1190 AM): 250 watt translator licensed to Sun Prairie on 104.7 FM. Good coverage of east side of Madison metro, more of a rimshot on west side.
http://fccdata.org/?facid=&call=W279CD&ccode=1&city=&state=&country=US&arn=&party=&party_type=LICEN

WHFA (1240 AM, Poynette): 55 watt translator licensed to Middleton at 97.3 FM, installed on roof of Middleton Marriott. Pretty much just covers Middleton and west side of Madison: https://licensing.fcc.gov/cdbs/CDBS_Attachment/getattachment.jsp?appn=101720548&qnum=5110©num=1&exhcnum=4

WHIT (1550 AM): 250 watt translator licensed to Madison, at 97.7 FM. Directional pattern from the WMTV tower, should put a good signal over the Madison metro:

The WHIT translator, if approved, should provide the best coverage translator we've seen in Madison so far -- should be even better than WTSO's on 100.9.



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