One of many interesting stations heard at Lista last October was WNSH broadcasting from Beverly, Massachusetts, on 1570 kHz. WNSH came up to beat the dominant CFAV in Québec a couple of times during our first evening and was heard with a clear station identification at 22.58 UTC (6.58 EST).
We thought we heard the station with their daytime power of 35 kilowatts, but according to a verification e-mail sent by Chief Engineer Gregory P. Lynam they were on their night time effect of only 85 watts at that time. I have never received a North American AM station with such a low effect before so I am really pleased with this logging (and with the QSL too, of course!).