A quick update to go along with a recent Tower Site of the Week: take a listen to the stations in the small market of Crawfordsville, Indiana. This one includes an interesting bit of history – WVRG-LP (93.9) went silent a few months back after the FCC concluded that the local Calvary Chapel couldn’t operate both the LPFM and full-power WSRC (88.1).
…at least if it’s at the nearest break in program offerings to the top of the hour!
Sin City has been a busy place for Toppy editors in the last few months. Lou and Lance both vacationed out there over the winter, and Lance and I are headed back out there next week for the NAB Show. (And if you’re around Tuesday night, April 8, come to our meetup!)
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In the meantime, I wanted to clear out my files of everything I recorded there at NAB last year, and so here’s a big Las Vegas update today to bring things up to date. Enjoy!
Tied in to last Friday’s Tower Site of the Week, the first half of our two-part look at the radio stations of the Danbury, Connecticut market, today’s update features a near-complete run of Danbury stations (which we group under Bridgeport-Stamford-Danbury), as well as some 2012 updates to our New York City collection. Enjoy!
It’s almost that time again…the NAB Show is just a few weeks away in fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada.
In addition to my usual run of April IDs from Vegas each year, several other members of Team Toppy have made their own recreational visits to Sin City in recent months, and while what happens there, stays there…we know both Lance and Lou were doing some airchecking in addition to whatever else was keeping them busy out there in the desert.
To fill in the gaps between my last Vegas update to the site (April 2011, if you can believe that!) and the more recent contributions from Lou and Lance, today’s update adds some IDs grabbed during NAB Show 2012. We’ll bring my pile up to date with some 2013 IDs next Wednesday…and then it’s off to Vegas so Lance and I can freshen up the collection even more, amidst our wall-to-wall NAB coverage on RadioInsight.com and Fybush.com.
(And speaking of the former – if you’re reading this before 9 PM Eastern on Wednesday, March 19, don’t miss our first Live Radio Chat over at RadioInsightCommunity.com. Got an ID question? Lance and I will be there to answer it!)
(and doesn’t that sound nice on a day when we got over 15 inches of snow here at Toppy Central?)
Today’s update, tied in to this Tower Site of the Week installment (and the next one coming on Friday), completes our lineup of IDs from Santa Barbara, California, at least through the middle of 2012. Thanks to Garrett Wollman for helping make it possible! (Check out all his IDs here.)
The markets that dot the coast of California between San Francisco and Los Angeles (or, more specifically, between Monterey and Ventura) are an interesting bunch. The ruggedness of the coast means none of the cities and towns that dot the landscape go very far inland. It also means that signals don’t propagate in neat circles. And the sparseness of that population means there’s a lot of simulcasting going on to bring programming to areas that might not otherwise be able to sustain it on its own.
So this week, we have a batch of AM stations from Santa Barbara, some of which can be heard extremely clearly more than 150 miles down the coast in San Diego (so long as you stay near the water) – and a batch of noncommercial FMs, too, showing the on-air overlap between the San Luis Obispo market, 90 miles or so up the coast, and Santa Barbara.
(And just to add to the fun, the classical service that stretches all along the coast actually comes from Los Angeles, 90 miles or so southeast of Santa Barbara, where KUSC 91.5 is the parent to satellite signals as far afield as Morro Bay, near SLO, and Palm Springs. More on its upcoming changes in next week’s Toppy installment!)
You can see where some of these signals originate at Tower Site of the Week, in the first of three Santa Barbara installments. Check it out!