Early in the morning of October 26 I heard a station on 1590 fighting with WAKR. Almost at once I got an identification for WCSL and its sister stations. In a mail general manager of Hometown Radio Network Lanny Ford writes: The voice you hear is Calvin Hastings who is currently leasing that
station. As you are listening we have 3 other stations at the following
frequencies 730am, 1050am and 1350am.
It was a real surprise when Radio Feliz in Lima came through Sept 22 with a top of the hour announcement. A first time for me. My reception was verified by Pastor Clodoaldo Gutarra responsable de la Radio as a message on Facebook.
KFXD was heard during good conditions towards south west USA Jan 10 2013. My reception was verified by Director of Engineering Howard Green who writes: That is indeed our station. One of six we own and operate out of Boise, Idaho. I believe the recorded identifier says "Sports Radio 630 The Fan, Idaho's brand new take on sports!" It has since been shortened to just "Sports Radio 630 The Fan."
It is always a special thrill when signals from Panama come through. September 22 I was chasing Radio Artemisa in Cuba and had a lot of onterference from Radio Reloj and a station in Venezuela when suddenly another station came through with a top of the hour identification. Not vey good quality on my recording but with some help from Fredrik Dourén and Henrik Klemetz I was convinced that this was really Radio Ancón. My rceptioon was verified by Lic. Mario Luis Murgas Noticias y Opinión RADIO ANCÓN
Recently Bacan Sat began broadcasting from Huancayo in 1320 kHz in // with 1130 AM. They are about 55 Hz of frequency, about the same as Radio Perú from Juliaca. At my place Radio Perú is quite regular but Sept 27 Bacan Sat was on top most of the time. My reception was confirmed by email.
For a long time there has been a discussion about the location of this transmitter. WRTH says Chilca but lately many sources think it is Huancayo. This is also confirmed in my QSL from Ing. Carlos León.