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I agree, preferably on FM, I do stream them and the quality is phenomenal if you choose to stream they are on the Simple Radio app and also on Tune-in as well.
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When I lived in Lansing back in the 70’s CBEF 540, CKWW 580, CKLW 800 and CBE 1550 all were terrible Day and Night, During the day CHYR 710 and CFCO 630 were blasting and at night CFCO was the only Southwestern Ontario station that always came in clear.
Why in the world would Family Life need to have programming on CKWW when they have 4 translators in The Detroit Area, putting programming on a Canadian Station is silly when the translators run 24/7. Family Life would never buy time from anyone for programming if you have questions about this contact Family Life. I can tell you though Family Life would never buy time from any station, I have a contact in Family Life radio and here’s the name and telephone, Mike Brinks and the number is 800-733-1030.
Did the motel have French maids? Anyway the point I’m trying to make is if CKWW went to 540 the signal in Michigan to the west wouldn’t be much better than 580 is currently.innate-in-you wrote: ↑Wed Jul 31, 2019 2:45 pmWhen 100% of your content is in French, that didn't matter.
Their transmitter plant was perfectly positioned and aligned to serve a gigantic area of Southwest Ontario.
I was in a motel room one night in 1970 or 1971. The only station that could be heard on it was CBEF.
Excellent point, I live near the WUFL site and experienced that effect, I remember when 1030 would mix with CBEF 540 it would bleed both stations on 1570 at Heydenreich and Cass, very good point indeedinnate-in-you wrote: ↑Thu Aug 01, 2019 1:13 pmDo you live near Heydenreich and Hall roads?JGP1954 wrote: ↑Sun Jul 28, 2019 8:02 pmNo, my car radio was tuned to AM580 from the night before. It could have been some sort of feature. OR, CKWW was off the air for some short bit of time, and another distant station popped into the Detroit area. I listen to CKWW on a fairly regular basis. I work in Warren and drive on southbound I-75 through Detroit, and usually can hear CKWW, quite clearly.
WUFL is on 1030.
Many (used to be nearly all) AM receivers convert the signal to 455kHz and any further amplification is from that point.