QSL: WXXI Rochester NY 1370

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.


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