Port Broadcasting sells Sanford, ME translator to Maine Public

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  • Participant
    #185520

    It appears The Legends is on borrowed time
    https://www.allaccess.com/net-news/archive/story/184073/maine-fm-translator-sold


    Participant
    #185527

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

     

    https://fccdata.org/?lang=en&facid=201465


    Participant
    #185536

    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.

    • This reply was modified 4 months ago by  newsbot.

    Participant
    #186177

    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.

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by  newsbot.

    Participant
    #186197

    The WWSF 1220 104.3 Translator is now on.

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