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Offline Paul B. Walker, Jr.

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Mexico In Alaska!
« on: January 09, 2024, 1501 UTC »
Sun Jan 7th
XERDO 1060 Matamoros, Tamaulipas,  near Brownsville TX. 7pm I almost passed this up thinking it was KTNS Fresno, CA that I heard just the day before. I don't speak any spanish and understand only the very basics, but I heard "La Raza" mentioned in the way a slogan would be mentioned then what was clearly an X Call letter being mentioend and the typical mexico station id thats so long, I joe the station ID's everything including the location of the kitchen sink. Heard again even better nearly 53 minutes later with a man talking.

Mon Jan 8th
XEW 900 Mexico City heard at 612pm AK Jan 8th 4000 miles away with man talking, sounded like a long form interview of some kind. Signal held out for 10 minutes!

Paul B. Walker, Jr.
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Offline Paul B. Walker, Jr.

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Re: Mexico In Alaska!
« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2024, 1501 UTC »
About 802-805pm AK Wed Dec 27, I had some spanish language music on 1410khz and couldn't for the life of me tell you what flavor/format it was but I did hear a female voiceover say a bunch of things, of which I understood a word, "Sabrosita"

I thought surely this was a west coast station. Well, I went to Google and only got ONE hit for "Sabrosita" on 1410, being XEBS.

So, I tuned in to the webstream and im more than 90 percent positive, the female voiceover talent I'm hearing doing the station liners on the stream is the same one I heard on 1410khz.

25kw Day 10kw night at 4000 miles
Paul B. Walker, Jr.
paul@alaskaradionerd.com

Program Director: KSKO 89.5 McGrath, Alaska www.kskopublicradio.com

Afternoon Air Talent: Hits 106 KLMI Laramie, WY 3 to 7pm Mon-Sat www.myhits106.com

Available for voiceover work, use the email listed above!

 

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