QSL: WRNI Providence RI 1290


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.


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