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Clay Freinwald
08/30/14 - The September 2014 edition of Clay's Corner, prepared by Clay Freinwald for the Seattle Chapter of the Society of Broadcast Engineers newsletter The Waveguide, has been released.  This month Clay discusses the removal of the KUNS-TV antenna on the tower at West Tiger, lightning hitting a Portland tower in July, 'Navigating the electronics maze' in the October issue of Consumer Reports and much more.  September Clay's Corner   
95.7 Coast FM Powell River
08/30/14 - CFPW-FM 95.7 Powell River has changed its branding to Coast FM.  The Vista Radio station has identified as Sun FM since it replaced CHQB AM 1280 on August 27, 2008.  The branding and logo fall in line with Vista's CKAY-FM 91.7 Gibsons.  
Greg Douglas
08/29/14 - Vancouver radio and television personalities are in the news as TSN announces the arrival of Don Taylor, formerly of Sportsnet, to its radio family while Sportsnet proclaims the arrival of Rick Ball, late of Team Radio.  Meanwhile, Brook Ward, weekend CKNW AM 980 sports talk host, will be back with the Vancouver Giants this WHL season as part of the broadcast crew with new play-by-play announcer Brendan Batchelor and color commentator Bill WilmsGreg Douglas, Vancouver Sun 
Brian Coxford
08/29/14 - Global BC has announced the retirement of 40-year veteran reporter Brian Coxford.  After moving from his hometown of Winnipeg, he had brief stints in Thunder Bay and with CKNW AM 980 before joining Global, known then as BCTV in 1974.  Coxford will be receiving the Bruce Hutchison Lifetime Achievement award from the Jack Webster Foundation later this year.  Global BC story/videos  
Mike Calderone
08/28/14 - Former Vancouver broadcaster Mike Calderone takes over middays and has been named assistant PD at Q99 CKIT-FM 98.9 Grande Prairie, AB.  He was on air in Vancouver as Mike Richards from 1978 to the mid 90s on CJJC, CISL and CKXY and hosted Oldies Coast to Coast in the early 90s. 
Don Taylor
08/28/14 - Team Radio CKST AM 1040 and CFTE AM 1410 Vancouver officially become TSN branded stations on September 8.  In addition, Don Taylor will join TSN Radio Vancouver on a full-time basis.  He has covered the city’s sports scene for nearly 20 years.  Taylor will continue hosting TSN 1040’s afternoon drive show, B-Mac & Taylor, weekdays alongside Barry MacDonald.  He will also contribute to TSN Radio stations across the country.  Taylor was released by Rogers Sportsnet earlier this month.  Team Radio release 
Dustin Collins
08/28/14 - Dustin Collins has been named Assistant Program Director at Vancouver market The Fox CFOX-FM 99.3 and Rock 101 CFMI-FM 101.1Robin LaRose will continue on air middays along with his role as Music Director for Rock 101 but will hand over scheduling, remotes  and non-music duties to Collins. 
Andrew Chang
08/27/14 -  Andrew Chang, former CBC News Montreal anchor who will begin anchoring suppertime newscasts at CBC Vancouver September 1, says, “We’re approaching the news in a different way.  We know the audience is able to get the news throughout the day online and on their mobile devices.  When the viewer comes to television, we want to give them more depth and context to the top stories of the day and more live interviews in studio with the main players in the story.  People are looking for more than just the headlines.  They want the context around why things happened and most importantly what it means for them.”  Chang will also provide analysis and commentary of news stories on CBC radio and online.  He replaces Gloria Macarenko, who will become the new host of CBC Radio One's The Story From Here and will also continue to host the TV current affairs show Our VancouverCraig Takeuchi, straight.com   
JACK-FM CJAX Vancouver
08/27/14 - JACK CKLG-FM 96.9 Vancouver is changing call letters to CJAX-FM, in keeping with the station's branding.  The historic Vancouver CKLG calls are being "parked" at CIEG-FM 107.5 Egmont, a low power translator of Mountain FM CKKS-FM 104.7 Sechelt. 
Rick Ball
08/26/14 - After eleven years, Team 1040 CKST AM Vancouver sportscaster Rick Ball is leaving to take on a similar position with Rogers Sportsnet in Calgary, where he’ll call the Flames TV games in the coming season.  His departure is expected to be officially announced this week.  Jim Jamieson, The Province 
FCC
08/26/14 - The FCC has granted a construction permit to Sam-Sno Educational Media for a new low power FM station in Olympia.  It will operate on 101.9 MHz with an ERP of 16 watts non-directional at 73.5 meters HAAT at 47° 01' 29.00", 122° 51' 17.00"FCC data  The Commission has also granted a CP to the City of Kent for a new low power FM station in Kent.  It will operate on 101.1 MHz with with an ERP of 25 watts non-directional at 59 meters HAAT at 47° 23' 18.00", 122° 12' 40.00"FCC data  
Sukhvinder Singh Badh
08/25/14 - Sukhvinder Singh Badh, whose South Fraser Broadcasting was recently awarded a license to operate a new FM station in the Vancouver suburb of Surrey, says he wants to ensure the city is no longer “neglected” in mainstream media coverage.  The station, expected to launch in the next six months, will be called My Surrey FM and located at 107.7 MHz.  It will be the first Surrey-based English-speaking radio station.  Larissa Cahute, Vancouver Desi 
FCC
08/25/14 - The FCC has granted a construction permit to Ukrainian Church of Evangelical Faith for a new low power FM station in Kent.  It will operate on 100.3 MHz with an ERP of 100 watts non-directional at 13 meters HAAT at 47° 21' 33.20", 122° 07' 27.70"FCC data  The Commission has also granted a CP to Radio Vida N Life Inc. for a new low power FM station in Bellingham.  It will operate on 94.1 MHz with an ERP of 80 watts non-directional at 3.5 meters HAAT at 48° 46' 7.00", 122° 31' 11.00"FCC data  
Lisa Adams
08/25/14 - Click KLCK-FM 98.9 Seattle has appointed Lisa Adams as PD, replacing Maynard, who recently left to join CCM+E as a VP/Programming.  She was most recently PD at stations in Boise, ID but was the previous PD at MOViN KQMV-FM 92.5 Seattle.  Her first day at Click is August 29.  All Access Music Group     
Beau Phillips
08/25/14 - Former KISW-FM 99.9 Seattle PD and GM Beau Phillips has released his memoir I Killed Pink Floyd's Pig.  The book is a tell-all collection of more than 30 tales about an era when rock radio thrived on outrageous stunts, backstage shenanigans, clever promotions and outsized personalities.  Gene Stout, Seattle Times 
John Voorhees
08/24/14 - It has been announced that a memorial service will be held privately for Seattle television and arts writer John Voorhees who died August 15 at age 88.   He covered television and the arts for The Seattle Times and PI and co-hosted VideoScope on KCTS-TV.  Seattle Times obituary  
CISL 650 Vancouver
08/23/14 - Vancouver market All Time Favourites! AM 650 CISL is reverting to imaging with its call letters, something it hasn't done for several years.  The website already mentions the calls in a number of places.  Reliable sources say that it will ID as CISL 650…Smooth & Easy beginning at 6 a.m. Monday.  
Kelcey Brade
08/23/14 - Sports anchor Kelcey Brade, who announced this week that he was making the move from CTV Vancouver to host SportsCentre on TSN, says he got the call a month ago but had agreed to a contract that came with a confidentiality clause.  Meanwhile, Team Radio CKST AM 1040 and CFTE AM 1410 Vancouver change identities Monday to TSN 1040 and TSN 1410, falling in line with the network’s other national radio outlets.  Greg Douglas, Vancouver Sun  
Craig Stone
08/22/14 - The Fox CFOX-FM 99.3 Vancouver weekender/swing announcer Craig Stone gets promoted to weekday evenings full-time, as soon as he finishes midday fill-in duties.  He replaces Justin Drex Wilcomes who moves to sister station CKNW AM 980 as evening talk show host. 
The Beatles
08/22/14 - Fifty years ago today The Beatles rocked Empire Stadium in Vancouver, emceed by then C-FUN PD Red RobinsonCBC News  Jesse Donaldson, The Tyee  Beatles tribute band Revolver will be appear tonight at the Pacific National Exhibition on the main stage, re-enacting the Fab Four's appearance 50 years ago to the day.  On Saturday, Pat O'Day will mark the historic 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ 1964 Seattle performance with Get Back at McCaw Hall.  The Beatles performed in front of 14,720 fans at the Seattle Center Coliseum on August 21, 1964.  MyNorthwest.com  
Roundhouse Radio
08/21/14 - Roundhouse Radio, which got the nod from the CRTC earlier this month for a new FM station at 98.3 MHz to serve Vancouver, is looking for a "dream team".  Of particular interest is the call for "actors, actresses, jesters and fire eaters" and "a little bit of crazy…"  Roundhouse Radio is headed up by long-time Vancouver broadcaster Don Shafer.  Roundhouse Radio release   
Point Roberts Conservation Society
08/20/14 - The Point Roberts Conservation Society has filed an appeal of a State Environmental Policy Act Determination of Non-Significance with Whatcom County, citing adverse environmental impacts contrary to a state determination there would be no significant impacts.  It's the latest development in the ongoing battle against the proposal to construct five 45-metre (150-foot) steel towers at an undeveloped lot about 330 metres from the Tsawwassen border in Point Roberts to transmit South Asian radio station KRPI AM 1550Sandor Gyarmati, Delta Optimist 
John Voorhees
08/20/14 - Seattle television and arts writer John Voorhees died August 15 at age 88.  He covered television and the arts for The Seattle Times and PI for almost 50 years.  He also appeared on KCTS-TV, where he co-hosted a movie talk show called VideoScope with Meta O’Crotty.  In 1973, he became the Times’ television columnist.  Voorhees retired in 1991 but contributed freelance pieces to the Times until 1999.  Michael Upchurch, Seattle Times 
Kelcey Brade
08/19/14 - Kelcey Brade anchors his last sportscast at CTV Vancouver tonight during CTV News at 11:30.  He is pursuing his sports dream by moving to Toronto as an anchor/reporter for SportsCentre on TSN.  He has been anchoring and producing sports at CTV since 2008 and additionally could often be seen at local home games working for SportsCentre and has been an occasional guest host at TEAM CKST AM 1040.      
Owen Murphy
08/18/14 - Sports Radio Coach and Consultant Owen Murphy has been named to program KFWB AM 980 Los Angeles.  He was PD at KIRO AM 710 Seattle from 2009-10 and a producer at KIRO from 2011 until January this year.  KFWB, which has been news-talk since 2009, is moving to CBS Sports Radio on September 1.  Radio Ink 
The Beatles
08/16/14 - Fifty years ago, on August 22, 1964, The Beatles played Empire Stadium in Vancouver.  The event, described by some as "pandemonium", was widely covered by local media along with a clever ruse by then C-FUN DJ and show host Red RobinsonJohn Mackie, Vancouver Sun  In Seattle, the Museum of History and Industry is presenting a pop-up exhibit of photos taken from the Beatles' August 21, 1964 concert at the Seattle Center Coliseum.  The display will run through September 1.  Lynsi Burton, Seattle PI 
Jesse Jones
08/16/14 - Consumer advocate and host of the Get Jesse news segments Jesse Jones has left KING-TV Seattle and is headed to KIRO-TV.  He's been at KING since 2005.  On his Facebook page he says, "I leave KING because of a new and exciting opportunity at KIRO-TV.  I will begin there in late October.  Because of my contract with KING, I will not be able to appear on air in my new job until April."  Joel Connelly, Seattle PI   
RenaMarie Villano
08/15/14 - RenaMarie Villano has been signed for voiceover duties at 95.7 The Jet KJR-FM Seattle.  She's voiced commercials for numerous major corporations and done radio imaging for stations on both sides of the border, including The Peak CKPK-FM 102.7 Vancouver.  All Access Music Group 
Jodie Martinson
08/14/14 - CBC Vancouver producer, director and host Jodie Martinson joins Boise State Public Radio as Morning Edition host and reporter.   She has worked for CBC for five years and is also an Emmy Award-winning documentary filmmaker.  Boise State Public Radio release  
Dal Richards
08/14/14 - 96-year-old legendary Vancouver band leader and broadcaster Dal Richards opens the Mosaic Music Series at the Pacific National Exhibition this Saturday at 7:30 p.m.  His appearance on the Chevrolet Performance Stage marks the 75th consecutive year that “Doctor Swing” has performed at the annual fair.  Stuart Derdeyn, The Province 
Caryn Mathes
08/14/14 - Caryn Mathes, President and General Manager of KUOW-FM 94.9 Seattle, has been re-elected to a second term on the Board of Directors of National Public RadioBen Mook, Current.org 
CRTC
08/14/14 - The CRTC has denied an application by 8384860 Canada Inc. for CHLG-FM 104.3 Vancouver to be relieved of its obligations regarding the broadcast of special interest music, including Canadian special interest musical selections.  On June 20, the station changed its AAA format to Vancouver's Greatest Hits and call letters from CHHR-FM.  CRTC release 
CRTC
08/14/14 - The CRTC has approved an application by 8384886 Canada Inc. to move the CISL AM 650 Richmond transmitter site to the one previously used by CKBD AM 600 before its flip to FM, increase daytime power from 10,000 to 20,000 watts and decrease night-time power from 9,000 to 4,000 watts.  The license amendment was necessary because the current transmitter site is no longer usable due to sinking land.  CRTC release 
CKNW AM 980
08/14/14 - Vancouver market CKNW AM 980 has announced its new on-air lineup following the recent departures of Philip Till and Bill Good.  30 year 'NW veteran Jon McComb moves to 5:30 to 10 a.m. weekdays; Simi Sara will host 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. weekdays; Mike Eckford will host 2 to 6 p.m. weekdays; Justin Drex Wilcomes 6 to 10 p.m. weekdays and Coast to Coast AM with George Noory will continue to air from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.  The changes are effective September 2.  Josh Winquist, CKNW  Ian Bailey, The Globe and Mail 
Radio Disney
08/13/14 - The Walt Disney Company is putting 23 radio stations up for sale next month as part of a plan to shift Radio Disney onto digital and satellite platforms.  The only station not being sold is KDIS-AM 1110 Pasadena CA where the Radio Disney service originates.  Included in the sale will be KKDZ AM 1250 Seattle.  KKDZ had to abandon its night site in Kirkland in May when the property was sold to home developers and is currently operating STA at night with low power from the day site.  Hollywood Reporter 
Steve Armitage
08/13/14 - Veteran CBC sportscaster Steve Armitage, who learned he was being laid off in early May, has recently wrapped up his final days at The Corporation.  Armitage, now 70, had been with CBC since 1965, with the bulk of his career served at CBC Vancouver.  He was inducted into the BC Sports Hall of Fame in 2006.  His layoff and that of fellow veteran sportscaster Mark Lee are the latest high-profile casualties of budget cuts at CBC.  Laura Kane, CP/Vancouver Sun 
CRTC
08/13/14 - The CRTC will hold a hearing on October 15 in Gatineau, Quebec to look into the operations of Radio India (2003) Ltd., Radio Punjab Ltd. and Sher-E-Punjab Radio Broadcasting Inc.  The three companies originate radio programming in Canada, which is broadcast on U.S. border stations.  The Commission will consider the legality of the use of foreign transmitters by the companies and the possibility of tax implications for businesses who advertise on the stations.  CRTC release  Sandor Gyarmati, Delta Optimist 
Robin Williams
08/12/14 - Actor and comedian Robin Williams, who died Monday at his home in Tiburon, California, took center stage early in his career on 90 Minutes Live with host Peter Gzowski from the Vancouver CBC-TV studios on February 10, 1978.  The program ran on national television from Toronto, but occasionally originated in other cities, in this case Vancouver.  CBC Archive Video  
John Barton
08/10/14 - Long time Vancouver and Victoria radio broadcaster and TV game show host John Barton, who died April 5 in Victoria at age 82, was remembered by family and friends Saturday at a Celebration of Life in Qualicum Beach.  CHEK News video 
Paul St. Pierre
08/10/14 - Paul St. Pierre, who was the inspiration and script writer for the CBC Vancouver-produced television series Cariboo Country in 1960 and again from 1964 to 1967, died July 27 at his home in Fort Langley.  He was 90.  St. Pierre was well known for his writing in the New Westminster Columbian newspaper beginning in 1945, The Vancouver News-Herald in 1946 and The Vancouver Sun beginning in 1947, first as a reporter and roving columnist and then as a writer and chronicler of people and activities in the Cariboo-Chilcotin region of B.C.  Langley Times tribute       
Greg Douglas
08/09/14 - Don Taylor, who was released by Rogers Sportsnet this week, spent 16 years on the air with locally-produced Sports Page prior to joining the cable sports network.  After an extended summer holiday with family in Osoyoos, he will return to Team Radio CKST AM 1040 with afternoon co-host Barry Macdonald on September 8.  Taylor says there is a possibility he may return to television on TSN or locally on CTV Vancouver in the future.  Greg Douglas, Vancouver Sun 
The Jet KJR-FM Seattle
08/08/14 - At 10 a.m. Oldies KJR-FM 95.7 Seattle took off as 95.7 The Jet, Seattle's Variety From the '70s, '80s and MoreThe station will offer a wider variety of music.  On air staff is yet to be announced.  Listeners also get a chance to win $1,000 each weekday starting Monday, August 11.  All Access Music Group  Format Change.com audio 
Wilf Ray
08/08/14 - Pioneer Vancouver broadcaster Wilf Ray is remembering Elvis, who left us 37 years ago, in August 1977.  To remember this great singing personality, Wilf is saluting Elvis' memory for the rest of August by airing a rebroadcast done over 15 years ago.  Along with the music, Red Robinson joins the show for a 35 minute special interview, giving an interesting background about Elvis and his brilliant career.  Red is heard 25 minutes into the show, after Elvis sings Milky White Way.  Wilf began in radio at CKMO Vancouver in 1944 and hosted his Gospel Radio Show from 1965-2008.  Wilf Ray Radio Show 
Derric "Mega" Tanner
08/07/14 - Former Click KLCK-FM 98.9 Seattle personality and online content producer Derric "Mega" Tannner has joined KNRK-FM 94.7 Portland for evenings.  The Seattle native worked at Click from 2011-12 and was most recently doing part-time work at LIVE 105 KITS-FM 105.3 San Francisco.  All Access Music Group 
Don Shafer
08/06/14 - Following the CRTC announcement today that it has approved the broadcast license of 0971197 B.C. Ltd., Roundhouse Radio to operate a low power, specialty FM station in the City of Vancouver on 98.3 MHz, the company quickly issued a press release.  Don Shafer, President & CEO says, “We love the promise that Roundhouse Radio holds.  It is perfectly suited to all that our team has learned and hold true about media, our love for radio, the web and the important work that we can do to serve the needs of our community.”  Shafer was prominent in the Vancouver market in the 70s and 80s and was VP & GM of Standard Broadcasting BC Interior Group from 2003-13.  Roundhouse Radio release 
Research Director
08/06/14 - The Ratings Experts at Research Director, Inc. provide exclusive July PPM analysis for Seattle-Tacoma and four other radio markets.  All Access Music Group
CRTC
08/06/14 - The CRTC has approved an application by South Fraser Broadcasting Inc. for a new FM station to serve Surrey.  It will operate on 107.7 MHz with a maximum ERP of 2,500 watts at 132.4 meters HAAT and provide a blended mainstream Adult Contemporary, gold-based Adult Contemporary and Contemporary Triple A format.  The Commission has also approved an application by 0971197 B.C. Ltd. to operate an English-language commercial specialty FM station in Vancouver.  It will operate on 98.3 MHz with a maximum ERP of 6,000 watts at -11 meters HAAT with a specialized spoken word format including news, weather, sports, the promotion of local events, public affairs, documentaries, radio plays and dramas.  CRTC decisions 
Don Taylor
08/06/14 - Long time Vancouver sports icon Don Taylor is leaving cable channel Rogers Sportsnet, with his final show to air Friday.  Also gone is Pacific Bureau Chief Craig MacEwen amid reports that Rogers is either scaling back or eliminating its Vancouver-based operations.  Taylor was a host of Sports Page on CKVU-TV Vancouver in the 80s and 90s and currently co-hosts The B-Mac & Taylor Show with Barry MacDonald afternoons on Team Radio CKST AM 1040VanCityBuzz  Vancouver Sun      
John Maynard
08/06/14 - Long time Seattle radio personality John Maynard organized a meeting of the OFC on Monday.  Twenty of the Northwest's biggest names in radio attended at Salty's in Alki Beach.  Northwest Hall of Radio History photo  Blatherwatch backgrounder   
Nielsen
08/05/14 - The two Hubbard Radio properties swap places, back to where they were in May, in the Nielsen Audio July 2014 Seattle-Tacoma PPM.  CHR MOViN KQMV-FM 92.5 moves up into first place with a 6.4 share while Soft AC Warm KRWM-FM 106.9 is now second with a 5.7 share.  Classic Rock KZOK-FM 102.5 moves up to third with 5.1 in the closely contested Seattle ratings.  Radio Online
KEXP-FM 90.3
08/05/14 - The Telegraph UK lists KEXP-FM 90.3 Seattle as one of its 58 best Internet radio stations, referring to it as a world-class indie and alt-rock radio station.  Also on the list is CBC Music, described as "a creative and forward-thinking operation that deserves more international recognition."  Pete Naughton, The Telegraph  
CKNW AM 980
08/05/14 - Vancouver market CKNW AM 980 has announced fill-ins following the release of several high profile talk show hosts and news anchors over the past few weeks.  Fill-in CKNW Morning News hosts include Chris Gailus and Jay Durant from Global BC, and Vancouver Province political columnist Michael Smyth is scheduled to host mid-mornings during August.  Smyth has filled in at 'NW a number of times over the last 15 years. 
Entercom
08/04/14 - Following the success by Entercom when it flipped Hot 103.7 KHTP-FM Seattle last year to rhythmic gold from the mid-‘90s to the early 2000s with today’s biggest crossover hits, the company launched The Beat on Friday on KUZX-FM 102.1 San Francisco.  Inside Radio 
FCC
08/04/14 - The FCC has dismissed an application for a minor change to a licensed facility by South Sound Broadcasting, LLC which would change the community of license for KOMO-FM 97.7 Oakville to Belfair.  FCC data
Clay Freinwald
08/02/14 - The August 2014 edition of Clay's Corner, prepared by Clay Freinwald for the Seattle Chapter of the Society of Broadcast Engineers newsletter The Waveguide is offered here as a courtesy to our readers.
KJR AM 950
08/02/14 - On Monday, two weeks before the Boeing Classic, KJR AM 950 will host the Snoqualmie Showdown, a two-man, alternating-shot competition featuring a foursome of big-name Seattle celebrities.  The Boeing Classic will bring 81 of the biggest names in golf and 80,000 fans to the region next month.  Inside Radio 
Greg Douglas
08/02/14 - The Vancouver Canadians Broadcast and Journalism Hall of Fame meet at Nat Bailey Stadium on August 30 to induct broadcaster Bob Robertson and journalist Steve Ewen to The Hall.  There will be a moment of silence before the Vancouver Canadians’ game against the Spokane Indians to honor sports icon Bill Stephenson, who was sports director and play-by-play announcer at CKWX during the 1950s.  Stephenson died July 22 in Toronto.  Greg Douglas, Vancouver Sun   
KRPI AM 1550
08/01/14 - A public hearing beginning October 27 at the Whatcom County courthouse on the highly contentious proposal to erect five radio transmission towers in Point Roberts for KRPI AM 1550 Ferndale is expected to draw a large crowd from both sides of the border.  A conditional use permit is still required from Whatcom County.  Canadian company Sher-E-Punjab rents the air time from Washington state registered BBC Broadcasting Inc.  Sher-E-Punjab has applied to the CRTC for AM 600, with two alternate FM proposals, saying it needs a "repatriation" to a Canadian frequency because the current signal can't be heard in the evenings.  Sandor Gyarmati, Delta Optimist 
Bill Wolfenbarger
08/01/14 - Changes are coming up at the Jodesha Broadcasting group in Aberdeen. The Quake returns on an HD channel, KBKW-FM moves dial position and Classic Country will also be heard on an HD channel.  Station owner, Bill Wolfenbarger explains further in this video by SeatacMedia webmaster Jason Remington.  
Bill Good
08/01/14 - After nearly 26 years, today is the last day for talk show host Bill Good at Vancouver market CKNW AM 980.  He is the recipient of awards from Webster, ACTRA and RTDNA.  CKNW news  All Access Music Group 
FCC
08/01/14 - The FCC has granted a minor modification of construction permit to Gerson Infante-Reina for a new FM station in Sedro-Woolley.  It is authorized to operate at 105.7 MHz at 700 watts ERP non-directional at -88.4 meters HAAT at 48-31-18.30 122-13-2.20FCC data             



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