1440 kilohertz is a very interesting frequency now that Luxembourg vacates the frequency most of the night. At Lista in October 2008, we managed to hear no less than 5 different U.S. stations on this frequency. One of them was WHKZ in Warren, Ohio, which was heard pretty well at times at this frequency. Most of the time WRED in Maine dominated the frequency though, as could be expected.
A couple of weeks ago I received an e-mail with a nice QSL letter attached from Chief Engineer Dave Johnson at Salem Communications Cleveland. Dave says the WHKZ transmitter is located at Lordstown just south of Warren transmitting with a power of 5 kilowatts. WHKZ simulcasts “1220 The Word” (1220 WHKW in Cleveland) most of the time, but has some local programming originating in Warren too.