Port Broadcasting sells Sanford, ME translator to Maine Public

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    It appears The Legends is on borrowed time


    Looks like they have, or will soon have another translator on 104.3, so they may not be done quite yet, we’ll see




    The 104.3 facility won’t have anywhere near the range of the 102.3 frequency due to the presence of co-channel WABK in Augusta.


    104.3 goes live this weekend. I drove the 104.3 signal(s) from Portland to Dover, NH a few weeks ago and the Dover NHPR translator comes in like a local in North Berwick, and once you get beyond Sanford WABK starts taking over. I can’t imagine for the life of me why Port would give up a primo translator like 102.3, which has a huge interference-free contour (it is very listenable in my car in my Portland neighborhood) for something so encumbered by on-channel interference as 104.3. I’ll be amazed if they cover Sanford proper with this thing.


    The WWSF 1220 104.3 Translator is now on.

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