Western Colorado is a pretty place – and a very long way from the megalopolis that is the Front Range, 200+ miles to the east. We have a huge pile of Denver/Colorado Springs IDs to share with you here soon…but this week, we’re still recapping our first of two Colorado visits in 2017, the April cross-country drive that found us spending a night in Grand Junction. (See the towers over at Site of the Week!)
Want to hear most of the IDs from an entire state? All collected over a weekend?
You’re in the right place: today, we have a huge refresher of IDs from the Salt Lake City UT, St. George UT and newly-minted Mid-Utah markets, all gathered during a very quick April run from the NAB Show in Las Vegas up to Salt Lake and back in less than 48 hours.
(Check out our St. George and central Utah pics on Tower Site of the Week!)
But wait, there’s more – we inadvertently never got around to posting a huge pile of updates from Philadelphia and Wilmington DE from last summer, too, so here we have those, too! (And are there any two cities less similar than Salt Lake City and Philly?)
We didn’t quite get every ID in the Nutmeg State when we spent a couple of days there in March, but it wasn’t for lack of trying!
This week’s Tower Site of the Week looks at the Hall cluster in the New London-Eastern CT market, which we did pretty much sweep completely – and on the way home, we got nearly everything there was to hear in Hartford, too.
OK, I probably don’t know as much about New Haven, Connecticut as I probably should. But I spent a night (near) there in March, visited a bunch of neat stations that are featured this week in Tower Site of the Week, and oh yeah, ate some really good clam pizza at Frank Pepe’s.
Plus IDs. Lots of them, in both Eli-town and the adjoining Bridgeport-Stamford-Danbury market(s). Enjoy!