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How can I find out how wide a news station's broadcast range is?

Asked by Nevada83 (559points) 1 week ago

Lately, I’ve been interested in the broadcast range of news stations and I would like to know how to find out how wide they are.

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YARNLADY's avatar

Ask them, they know their audience.

Nevada83's avatar


I shot them an e-mail. :)

jca2's avatar

Did you try googling it? I just googled a local NYC radio station to see what comes up and their Wikipedia page tells the MHZ and a lot of technical details about the station.

Nevada83's avatar

@jca2 I have been looking, but I did not think to look on Wikipedia. Unfortunately, I do not see any mention of its broadcast range.

Nevada83's avatar

Whoa, out of nowhere I found the coverage map.

elbanditoroso's avatar

Go to this page and type in the location or call sign for the station.

Example this is WCLB in Sheboygan, WI

Once there, click on View Daytime Coverage Map

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