Central Ohio frequency, call and station changes in 2010/2011
WWCD 101.1 (A) moved to 102.5 (B1) Baltimore, OH which was a former move of 102.5 WHIZ (B) Zanesville, OH which downgraded and moved west to get closer to Columbus. They now call themselves "CD101 at 102.5 FM"
WWCD became WOSA "Classical 101" part of Ohio State University's radio network.
WOSU 89.7 became all NPR/local talk.
101.7 WNKO (A) "Cool 101.7" moved west from Newark to New Albany, OH and became a B1 to be closer to Columbus.
101.7 WKSW (A) Urbana, OH moved west to new frequency 101.5 WCLI (A) "Click FM" Enon, OH to become part of Dayton's market.
90.1 WXML Upper Sandusky signed on as a class B which will probably be a tropo pest to the Michigan DXers.
91.9 WXMF Marion, OH signed on in 2010 as a class A.
Most, if not all of the new station changes went on without IBOC.
WHR0 90.3 Norfolk, VA 421 miles. Short E-Skip record.
APRS July 6, 2009 @2310Z
2008 TV and radio E-skip and Tropo highlights
May 29th and 30th, 2008
Strange year here so far in 2008. On May 29, I set my short FM skip record with WEGX, Dillon, SC at 445 miles and May 30 brought Calgary, Canada FM stations in. I had a new long skip record with 1676 miles with ID'ing CKFM 96.5 Olds, Alberta, Canada and a close second on 98.5 CIBK Calgary at 1670 miles.
All the while, I've had no real strong opening. Just weak, choppy skip with many stations noted but few identified. Here's a couple of audios from tonight. I didn't start recording until I realized exactly what distance of skip I had going on but managed to capture Swift Current at least.