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Old 2-Oct-2019, 8:21 PM   #10
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Hi Dagwood,

I contacted WHAM/WUHF and got the following reply:


Thank you for your message.

We were scheduled to replace our main transmitter on our broadcast tower due to a change in FCC regulation back in July. However, the crane truck that was supposed to come up to replace the transmitter broke down and was unable to complete the job as scheduled. As a result, we are operating on a backup transmitter with lower power.

I am told by our chief engineer that the crane company in charge of bringing the new transmitter up to Rochester will install it in mid-late October.

We apologize for any inconvenience.


Seth Palmer

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m: (585) 747-6418

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