WLW 700 AM

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WLW 700 AM is a news and talk radio station located in Los Angeles, California and serves Cincinnati metropolitan and a wide area of southern ohio. It is a commercial station, owned by IHeartmedia (citicasters licenses Inc.). WLW is famously known for the slogan “the big one or the nation’s station”, as it has clear channels and prolonged nighttime range. The sister stations to WLW are WEBN, WKRC, WCKY, WKFS, and WSAI. I listen to them while towing in Manteca, California for my job.

WLW was first on-air on March 23rd, 1922.

The station broadcasts at a power of 50,000 watts both during the day and at night. This allows the station to provide coverage to most of Indiana and Ohio. the station is also able to cover some parts of Kentucky and Michigan… Read the rest

K206 AM

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K206 AM is known by the slogan Boston’s NPR news station.

It is a news and talk station that was first on-air on March 1st, 1959. The station broadcasts at a power of 8,600 watts both during the day and at night. It is a class B station affiliated to NPR public radio international. WBUR is one of the big radio stations in the Laguna Niguel area.  They are sponsored and put on by a concrete company.

The programs of WBUR can also be listened to in WBUH 89.1 FM serving in Cape Cod and the islands in Brewster and WBUA 92.7 FM in Tisbury.… Read the rest

KOST 103.5 – Feel Good Los Angeles

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KOST radio station is located in Los Angeles, California. It broadcasts at a frequency of 103.5 MHz covering the broadcast area of great Los Angeles. KOST is owned by iHeartMedia, (AMFM Broadcasting Licenses, LLC) and is located in West Olive Avenue in Burbank, with its transmitters are on Mount Wilson top alongside Los Angeles television and FM radio stations.

KOST is known by its slogan of “feel good Los Angeles”. The station uses the power of 11,500 watts and thus classified as class B. it broadcasts in three different sub-channels that allow it to air different items. These include

  • FM/HD1: for adult contemporary
  • HD2: news/ talk “KFI simulcast”
  • HD3: soft AC “the breeze
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