Selected NA QSL’s

November 1, 2006 at 2:08 pm Leave a comment

580 CFRA Ottawa ON, after 6 months, a full data QSL letter from Chief Engineer Harrie Jones.
(Arild’s Radio Blog)

790 WAXY Miami FL, “The Ticket”, replying to eMail by Steve White, Executive Producer.
(Arild’s Radio Blog)

970 WZAN Portland ME
WZAN in Portland, Maine, was heard with an excellent signal on 970 kHz throughout the DXpedition to Lista in February. Lara Seaver, Promotions Director, verified my report with an e-mail some days ago. Previously, she also verified my report of 1490 WBAE. Both stations are owned by the Portland Radio Group.
(Arild’s Radio Blog)

1070 CBA Moncton NB
Received a QSL-card (yes, they still exist!), a nice letter and a fridge magnet from CBA in Moncton, New Brunswick. The letter was signed by Bonnie Porter-Belliveau, Audience Relations, CBC Moncton.
(Arild’s Radio Blog)

1150 WHBY Kimberly WI
Dave Edwards, PD at WHBY sent a e-mail verifying my October 6th (KONG14) report. WHBY is a very easy catch in Kongsfjord and the most common station on 1150. Dave promissed to send me a card soon.
(Ole’s DX Blog)

1360 WDRC Hartford CT
Received a QSL-letter as a Word attachment from Chief Engineer Scott Bacon. WDRC is the most common US station heard on this frequency at my place. Scott says the station runs 5 kilowatts of power non directional days and directional nights. This was also a report from the DXpedition to Lista in February.
(Arild’s Radio Blog)

1370 WDEA Ellsworth ME
Fred Miller, Chief Operator of Cumulus Media verified my report of WDEA in Ellsworth, Maine, yesterday. This was also for a report from our Lista DXpedition in February where WDEA was heard with a good signal on 1370 kHz. Freds says say their 5 kW transmitter is located in Surrey while their studios are in Brewer.
(Arild’s Radio Blog)

1390 WPLM Plymouth MA
Replied with a nice e-mail. The e-mail came from Patricia Carroll, but was signed by Alan W. Anderson, General Manager. This was the 3rd attempt – a previous report sent by postal mail and a report sent by e-mail went unanswered. WPLM was heard both with a simulcast of business news from WBNW 1120 AM as well as a simulcast of their FM station “Easy 99.1”.
(Arild’s Radio Blog)

1590 WARV Warwick RI
WARV in Warwick, Rhode Island, verified my e-mail report today. WARV is the most common station on 1590 with their religious ‘Life Changing Radio’ programming. Now that there’s DRM from Germany on 1593 kHz, I suppose it may be a more difficult catch in Europe. The e-mail reply came from Bill Blount, President of the Blount Communications Group.
(Arild’s Radio Blog)

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