1290 kHz is an interesting frequency where many stations can be heard. One of the most common stations heard at Lista is WRNI in Providence, Rhode Island, which broadcasts with a power of 10 kilowatts. WRNI used to carry National Public Radio, but has now switched to airing its Spanish equivalent Latino Public Radio.
I have had a hard time getting a reply out of WRNI untill Aaron Read, IT & Engineering Director, replied with an e-mail some weeks ago. His reply came in just 1 minute! Aaron keeps his own blog called “Engineer’s Corner” (quite interesting) where he even posted a message about my reception report of WRNI. My report was made on the last DX-pedition to Lista in March 2013 when WRNI was heard with a good signal several nights.