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Author Topic: WHYP 6875 AM 2056 18 Jan 2014  (Read 4042 times)

Offline Zane

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Re: WHYP 6875 AM 2056 18 Jan 2014
« Reply #15 on: January 18, 2014, 2221 UTC »
Missed listening to the last 10 minutes of the show as I was on the phone. However, signal was a solid S9 here. Glad to see JB on the air again.

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Re: WHYP 6875 AM 2056 18 Jan 2014
« Reply #16 on: January 18, 2014, 2308 UTC »
Quite strong into NE Ohio too.   I think this is my first log of WHYP.  Thanks to posts here, as I don't normally tune down that far.   
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