|Re: 'K' v. 'W' Television Station Callsigns|
|Garrett Wollman (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Fri, 22 Oct 2004 02:06:16 UTC
In article <email@example.com>, Neal McLain|
> WOI(AM) and WOI-FM are licensed to Iowa State University. WOI-TV is a
However, ISU *did* operate a TV station, namely WOI-TV. It was sold
> WWL(AM) and WWL-TV are now located in New Orleans, LA.
Formerly owned by Loyola University.
>> WOW Omaha, Nebraska
> AM only; sister TV is WOWT.
AM is now KOMJ.
>> WRR Dallas, Texas
> FM only (PAT: classical music, streamed online!)
Started out on the AM facility that's now KTCK, if I remember correctly.
>> WBAP Ft. Worth, Texas
> AM only.
Amon Carter's TV station was channel 5, now NBC-owned KXAS. The radio
>> WNAX Yankton, South Dakota
> AM only.
WNAX's sister FM has been WNAX-FM several times in the past (as
>> and, some hair-splitting (Metro area crosses the river,
>> WIL St. Louis, Missouri
> FM only. Transmitter is located in Missouri.
>> WRTH St. Louis, Missouri
> The FCC has no record of this callsign.
I had no trouble finding it in the FCC database. In any case, WRTH
>> WACO Waco, Texas.
> FM only.
Formerly on AM (as with all of these examples outside of Minnesota and
> [TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: Is there a 'WIL' (one /L/) in
Yes and no. There is no longer a "WIL" in St. Louis; that station is
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