NA QSL’s

April 27, 2007 at 11:18 am Leave a comment

570 WNAX Yankton, SD – Jim Reimler, PD at WNAX sent me an brief e-mail this afternoon. He verified my report of October 13th 2006 (KONG14). Heard WNAX with a nice identification and promo for their listerners tour to sunny Hawaii!
(Ole’s DX-blog)

610 WTVN Columbus, OH – Greg Savoldi, Regional Director of Engineering verified my October 9th 2006 (KONG14) report this evening. He wrote: “WTVN pushes an effective 20KW of power directly north on our night pattern. It is not unusual to receive receptionreports from Norway and Sweden.”
(Ole’s DX-blog)

1210 KGYN Guymon, OK – Thanks to Debbie Dunham, Administrative assistant at KGYN Guymon OK, I can now celebrate that I have got my first Oklahoma station verified. She sent me a friendly e-mail this evening, confirming my October 17 2005 reception of the station.
(TJ’s DX Place)

1370 KDTH Dubuque, IA – Just received a nice e-mail from Jerry Breitbach, Chief Engineer at KDTH Dubuque IA, where he confirmed my October 15, 2005 reception of KDTH. In addition he also sent me some pictures of their transmitter site, and some showing views of Dubuque.
(TJ’s DX Place)

1390 KRRZ Minot, ND – To finish off April and open a QSL rush (hopefully!) in May, I received two e-mail responses to my reception report to KRRZ in Minot, ND. First I found a friendly reply from GM Richard M Stensby who confirmed my October 14, 2005 reception of the station. Then, this afternoon another message arrived from Chief Engineer Kurt D. Bart with an official QSL letter and data sheet attached. This is yet again a new state for me – and the third new state verified in less than a month.
(TJ’s DX Place)

1410 KQV Pittsburgh, PA – p/d letter in 11d. v/s:Stephen L. Conti,CE.
(DX-midAMerica)

1440 CKJR Wetaskiwin, AB – Nice letter from station manager Tanya Gratton at CKJR arrived in my inbox this evening. In her letter she confirmed my October 16, 2005 reception of CKJR Wetaskiwin AB 1440, and also told about the station. A hard copy of the letter is in the mail, she said. One QSL yesterday, one today. Will this continue for the rest of the week? We will have to wait and see. Update: The envelope arrived on May 6 with a paper copy of the QSL letter and a couple of stickers. First (and only) non-email QSL that week, and very welcome indeed.
(TJ’s DX Place)

1470 WBKV West Bend, WI – Friendly e-mail from Vice President/General Manager Jim Hodges verified my October 2006 (KONG14) report to WBKV this evening. Heard WBKV with a nice identification in the jumble on 1470. WKBV play classic country music from the 70 and 80’ies.
(Ole’s DX-blog)

1670 WVVM Macon, GA – Address. 7080 Industrial Highway – Macon GA 31216 – U.S.A. QSL’ed in 14 days. v/s Richard W. Hamilton, Trasmitter Engineer and James K Gay II, Studio Engineer.
(R. Pavanello via bclnews.it / Le nostre conferme)

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