Call Letters

Some articles on call letters, call, calls:

CHSU-FM - History
... Its initial call letters were CKBL and its branding was 99.9 The Bullet ... Its call letters were changed to CHSU as well ... Simultaneously, CKIQ changed its call letters to CKBL, which meant the Kelowna market lost a news/talk radio station leaving cross-town competitor CKOV as ...
WTOC (AM) - History
... The show consisted of a few adult standard songs along with news and phone call ins by people of various types ... On June 26, 2008, it was announced that WNNJ was dropping their call letters on July 1, 2008 and would be known as "WTOC" at that time when the WTOC call letters ... WTOC shared call letters with a CBS Television Affiliate in Savannah, Georgia known as WTOC-TV, and was never affiliated with 1360 WTOC ...
Bristol Mountain Ski Resort - History - Rural Radio Network
... WVBT changed call letters to WRRE and changed frequency to 95.1 in the early 1950s ... It would retain those calls under the network's next identity, the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN), broadcasting religious programming from studios in Ithaca between 1968 and 1981 ... was sold to Empire Broadcasting and in early 1982, it changed format to adult standards and it's call letters to WYLF ...
List Of ABC Television Affiliates (table)
... (PSIP) channel number follows the call letters ... Notes 1) Two boldface asterisks appearing following a station's call letters (**) indicate a station that was built and signed-on by ABC 2) Two boldface plus signs ...
Jill-FM - History - KLSN
... KLSN signed on in 1959 with the call letters KHNY, originally broadcasting from Riverside, California at 6,000 watts ... The station adopted numerous music formats and call letters until 1997, when the call letters were changed to KELT and a trimulcast with KMLT/KLIT (now KLSI/KLST) was ...

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