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Author Topic: 107.7 FM Virginia House Radio - Richmond VA 5 October 2019  (Read 69 times)

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107.7 FM Virginia House Radio - Richmond VA 5 October 2019
« on: October 05, 2019, 1402 UTC »
Virginia House Radio is back on 107.7 MHz FM in Richmond.  Hearing them with their usual fare in southside Richmond at 1000 local time. 

Good signal further away from downtown then I usually am.  Mixing in with DX QRM from the 107.7 WTOP translator/repeater.  Virginia House Radio is generally winning though. 
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Re: 107.7 FM Virginia House Radio - Richmond VA 5 October 2019
« Reply #1 on: October 09, 2019, 1543 UTC »
Virginia House Radio Richmond Virginny with SIO 555 Downtown Richmond VA this morning (just shy of 0700 local time) and SIO 444 around 1130-1140 local time.  107.7 MHz FM.

They either adjusted their transmitter or changed it out - they’re not quieting 107.9 FM anymore - this morning I could hear another station clearly on both adjacent frequencies 107.5 MHz and 107.9 MHz without a problem. 
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Re: 107.7 FM Virginia House Radio - Richmond VA 5 October 2019
« Reply #2 on: October 11, 2019, 1621 UTC »
SIO 555 signal near the center of downtown (a couple blocks away from the State Capitol) with more old time country music at 1215 local time.  I heard the usual prayers yesterday around 1615-1625 local time....the preacher specifically mentioned “ The Virginia House Radio “ at one point - audio could have been live, could hear churchgoers in background at points. 
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