WXXI in Rochester, New York, is the second most common station on the frequency of 1370 kHz at Lista. The trouble is that WDEA in Ellsworth, Maine, usually has such a powerful signal on 1370 kHz making it very hard for other stations to get through. In November 2009, WXXI faded up briefly late on morning with a weak but clear station identification on the hour.
Jeanne Fisher, Vice President for Radio, verified my recording of the station with a kind e-mail. She also sent me a verification letter and some stickers by ordinary mail. WXXI is Rochester’s National Public Radio and can eaily be recognized by its format. The station has an output of 5 kilowatt.