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Suzie Humphreys is seated on the floor, and Ron Chapman is in the right foreground. BeforeFM radio was off to an austere start. Developed infrequency modulation FM was in experimental stages throughout the late s and early s.
Sponsored by RCA, the idea was soon looked upon as a possible detriment to AM and forthcoming television All of those pre-war FM units were obsolete at that point!
After a slow start and little interest in the band during the s and 50s, the FCC approved stereophonic broadcasting for FM stations in although experiments were often conducted by AM-FM combos who would broadcast one channel on AM and the other channel on FM Stereo broadcasting opened up the dial for a new purpose: Many do-it-yourselfers built their own hi-fi systems at home, or spent exorbitant amounts of money purchasing stereo equipment from hi-fi retailers.
Car manufacturers responded as well by adding FM radios as an option beginning in By the end of the s, underground radio found a home on FM Underground featured what AM couldn't or wouldn't play ByFM was firmly entrenched as the band of choice, leaving a host of AM stations to fend for limited listenership.
The s featured even more splicing of formats, with contemporary hits CHR dominating the band in one form or another. Looming in the background today are HD radio and satellite radio, both of which have gotten off to slow starts and have relatively limited listenership.
Now, with internet connectivity coming to automobiles, there lies another opportunity for listeners to migrate elsewhere for music and information Calls originally issued to a decommissioned Coast Guard cutter. Originally located at No, there was never a question of renaming the station "KUNT" Station roots go back to "KOED," a mock station set up in the early s as part of a campus radio club; a typical radio station staff was installed, but the club only produced feature-type shorts for play on terrestrial stations at other campuses.
Station's original equipment and frequency was bought from KNER see below.
Station on-air 6AM-midnight daily. Student-run station; originally 10 watts, but later upgraded to a 50w Gates 2-bay transmitter that put out 66 watts. Broadcasted Sunday through Friday during the earliest years, 5: Located first in the Chapel Building on Buckner Blvd at Samuell in an old choir rehearsal room; later moved to the SE corner of the campus.
Mesquite Independent School District. Initial call letters requested for And separately, serving the Fort Worth market: A reimaging of KSUC under new call letters. Station relocated from dorm room in college's Heritage Hall to N.
In two days, the station returned to the air under temporary authorization on a foot tower at watts. A power increase was granted for 4, watts with an ERP of 23, watts directed to the west.
Radio station idea proposed in c. Studios were located in the school's Heritage Hall in the former dorm room of Beem's wife, who had previously attended SUC.
Initial power was 1, watts, and broadcasted from 12 noon to 12 midnight daily Saturdays were 6AM-midnight. Applied for a signal increase in late after noting the Mesquite Independent School District's application to start a radio station at Call letters stand for "Education of Mesquite.
First and only Metroplex station to regularly broadcast s pop oldies. Student radio station for Mesquite Independent School District.
Station moved from See entry at Adult contemporary, oldies and jazz. Block programming, including Alternative, Ecletic, Tejano, you name it! Call letters stand for "non-commercial. Broadcasted with w; on air 4PMPM, and only during the school year.
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