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Author Topic: Irish St. Paddy's Day stn 6925.2 03/16 0240+  (Read 1188 times)

Offline Andrew Yoder

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Irish St. Paddy's Day stn 6925.2 03/16 0240+
« on: March 16, 2011, 0248 UTC »
Irish folk music with electronic voices between songs. Hard to copy the ID without listening to the recording on headphones over & over. One ID was something like "the station that always wants your Lucky Charms." Have a recording if the op's interested.

Thanks for the show & please QSL if you do that sort of thing:

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Re: Irish St. Paddy's Day stn 6925.2 03/16 0240+
« Reply #1 on: March 16, 2011, 0320 UTC »
Just a carrier here at home around 6925.2 since 0300z, no luck with remote tuners in Ohio or Canada, but fair to good signal via remote in Wisconsin.  Hearing some unfamiliar (to me) folky pop/rock music.
0321z: Off or faded out, never caught an ID.

Update: 5/4/11, received eQSL for EBZO show.  Thanks!
« Last Edit: May 05, 2011, 0107 UTC by Lex »
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