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Country stations on AM from the 60’s and 70’s

Discussion pertaining to Detroit, Ann Arbor, Port Huron, and SW Ontario
Tman
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Re: Country stations on AM from the 60’s and 70’s

Post by Tman » Fri Nov 09, 2018 5:23 am

Thanks . Bookmarked the Duke . Like there playlist . To far away though . Must stream . Classics on Hd's no-brainer . But I still think it could get better ratings then alot of stations on the old F.M. dial right now if it's done right .



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WOHO
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Re: Country stations on AM from the 60’s and 70’s

Post by WOHO » Fri Nov 09, 2018 8:41 am

yep, props to CFCO for their Sunday morning classic country, which I'd almost rather have all the time on 630AM. How do the CTR rules work: the FM of the AM both have to have the same call-letters and the same programming, ie: CFCO-FM (or 2?) was a 50W, then a 250W translator of 630AM when it was Classic Gold, so they are tied together? What I was wondering is if the AM could stay classic country and the 92.9FM be currents?



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Re: Country stations on AM from the 60’s and 70’s

Post by Deleted User 14803 » Fri Nov 09, 2018 2:36 pm

The FM has to be the same as AM always just like our AM and translators here in the States.



innate-in-you
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Re: Country stations on AM from the 60’s and 70’s

Post by innate-in-you » Fri Nov 09, 2018 6:31 pm

I think heard their AM break for a hockey game whilst the FM continued with country recently.



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