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100.7 WITL

Covers all of Northern Lower Michigan (from Ludington to Tawas northward), as well as the Straits Area and Soo Region.
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100.7 WITL

Post by TVC_DX5678 » Sat Nov 17, 2018 10:36 am

I usually scan my radio to check for DX (it's usually a total dead zone around this time) but what surprises me is how many times WITL comes in around here. They're just as common as the semi-local stations. Among other stations that come in often include WBFX, WFMK, and WUGN. Is there a reason that these particular stations come in, even when the weather isn't particularly good?



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Re: 100.7 WITL

Post by Arthur Mometer » Sat Nov 17, 2018 10:47 am

When I spent a lot of time in West Central Michigan, WYEZ Elkhart, IN would come in on 100.7 after WBRN-FM signed off, almost every Night. WBRN-FM would sign off, Mark would leave the exciter on while he did production, and turn it off when he left and WYEZ would be right there. I guess it's just the milieu of stations on frequencies that are duplicated and not duplicated. Otherwise, you would probably also get WJIM-FM and not WKLT.


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