sábado, 10 de outubro de 2015

Glenn Hauser logs October 9-10, 2015

** BOLIVIA. 5952.475, Oct 10 at 0013, JBA carrier approx. here from Radio Pio Doce, Siglo Veinte (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** BRAZIL. 11780.1, Oct 9 at 0516, RNA/RNB is still slightly off-frequency, but good modulation level, splashing out no more than 10 kHz. I am happy to say, that after complaining about them for many months with countless logs, I haven`t said anything lately, because I don`t want to jinx it, but the awful distorted spurs at ~35 kHz and multiples below and above, e.g. 11745 and 11815, have not been heard for a few weeks, so seem to have been fixed. You`ll be sure to hear about it if they resume (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** CANADA. 2749-USB, Oct 10 at 0052, a bunch of pre-recorded ``Notices to Shipping`` by M human voice, with serial numbers M2052, M2050, also mentioning XX4, i.e. obstructions and other hazards. Soon switches to French with heavy English accent, ``Avis aux navigateurs``, and modulation is telco-quality, from afar? Canadian CG reference shows MCTS Sydney [NS] / VCO - Broadcasts starting at 0040 UT from site Port Caledonia, which is near Sydney and per Wikipedia:
``Port Caledonia (also known as Big Glace Bay) is a small community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in the Cape Breton Regional Municipality on Cape Breton Island. It is located on the Donkin Highway, between the town of Glace Bay and the village of Donkin. It currently has one gas station/convenience store as well as a public beach, known as the Big Glace Bay Beach. The community received media attention in 2011 when resident Shirley Sampson appeared on the reality television program Canada's Worst Driver 7, ultimately being named the worst driver in Canada.[1]`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) Now it has received more media attention! See also NEWFOUNDLAND
** CUBA. 670, Oct 10 at 0020, R. Rebelde bigsig overcoming WSCR with un partido tonto de pelotas (silly ballgame = PTP/SBG), immediately //able but with slight echo to 5025.
So I then check 1620, also dominated by Spanish and as expected it`s not // but immediately mentions ``FM Rebelde`` which is customarily what happens to this transmitter when the main frequencies air a PTP. We always assume this is the closest 5 kW Guanabacoa CH transmitter tho a couple of further Rebeldes are listed on 1620 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** INTERNATIONAL VACUUM. `The Martian`, a great new movie I saw in Enid, Earth, in 3-D, October 9 between 1930 and 2215 UT, seems to have gone to great lengths to maintain scientific accuracy, yet I have a few nits to pick, the first one rather big:
1: With the exception of one brief shot probably in slo-mo, Mars appears to enjoy 1-G, i.e. same gravity as Earth. It`s really somewhere between Earth and Moon, yet there was none of the hopping and loping we saw from real men on the Moon. Guess it would have been too cumbersome to simulate Mars gravity of 0.38-G! Weightlessness in the spaceship: no problem.
2: of course Matt has to wear a helmet and pressure suit whenever he`s outside, yet the suit just hangs loosely on his body, obviously not pressurized from the inside. Wikipedia: ``The atmospheric pressure on the Martian surface averages 600 pascals (0.087 psi), about 0.6% of Earth's mean sea level pressure of 101.3 kilopascals (14.69 psi)``. So I seriously doubt that duct/duck tape would be effective in sealing any leaks! And a momentary loss of pressure should be fatal in what is really a near-vacuum. (Can`t wait for Terraforming!)
3: sound depends on air pressure: yet we hear sounds outside on the surface just as loudly as if it were on Earth.
4: there are fabulous vistas of the rocky Martian landscape (CGI from NASA imagery?), which is totally orange/red and relentlessly dusty between the rocks. Not a hint of H2O! (Of course the movie was completed long before that recent discovery.)
5: there was one brief shot of lightning in the distance. Is that possible on Mars?
6: you`d never guess what Earth country shows prominently in the credits and names of many crew, but surely with nothing like Martian landscapes; interiors, post-produxion there? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** IRELAND NORTHERN [non]. On `Allan Weiner Worldwide` Oct 10, we learn that another new show on WBCQ 9330.22v-CUSB is `Radio Northern Ireland` from a guy named Jordan, at 7-8 pm ET (=23-24 UT, not clear to me which day of week, Wed or Thu?), but because of bad propagation that will get a repeat tomorrow (Sat) at same time.
I mentioned RNI on WOR in July or August, when it was on 6070 Germany, and Jordan sent me a [sample!] QSL in appreciation:
http://www.w4uvh.net/RNI1.jpg
http://www.w4uvh.net/RNI2.jpg
But I hadn`t heard from him since about going on WBCQ. None of this new programming yet appears on the WBCQ online schedules.
He`s been posting his plans on HFU, however:
http://www.hfunderground.com/board/index.php/topic,23796.0.html
``Radio Northern Ireland tonight 9330khz 2300UTC WBCQ
« on: October 07, 2015, 2120 UTC »
Hi all throwing a quick ball out there... On the air 2300 UTC 9330 khz on WBCQ playing a relay! Tune in and enjoy. Just a quick note I've stopped card qsl for free due to postage cost but will send for a donation. I will however eqsl! Thanks``
Yes, I was surprised to see a full pound postage stamp on that little card. So it was on UT Wednesday Oct 7 at 23-24. Not yet clear whether this was a one-shot (plus the comp repeat anyway Oct 10) (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** NEWFOUNDLAND [non?]. 2598-USB, Oct 10 at 0050, YL in English, S8 with winds forecast; she has very good enunciation and sounds like a human. The Canadian Coast Guard website I referenced recently shows starting at 0048 is MCTS Placentia / VCP - Broadcasts via site St. Lawrence --- that`s rather imprecise or is there a place by that name in Newfoundland? Otherwise it may be the site just across the Labraborder in Quebec (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST) See also CANADA [Nfld being treated here as a separate ex-radio country]
** OKLAHOMA. 780, Oct 10 at 0024, steady open carrier/dead air obviously from daytimer KSPI Stillwater; ditto at: 0046, 0103, 0112; and 0124 when I am hearing WBBM under it. Oct sunset is officially 0000 UT! (Nov: 2330 UT) (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** OMAN. 9740.0, Oct 10 at 0010, VP signal with ME? music. Must be RSO extending the scheduled 22-24 UT channel instead of switching to 9500, where there is nothing (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** PERU. 5980, Oct 10 at 0038, JBA carrier from R. Chaski; retune just in time to catch autocutoff at approx. 0107:03* which is another 6.5 seconds later than last night at 0106:56.5* (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** SRI LANKA. 11905, Oct 10 at *0114:39, JBA carrier from SLBC, soon cuts off and back on, so weak I can`t tell exactly when the music starts, before 0115:00, and mis-timesignal ending about 0115:17 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1794 monitoring: I was unable to monitor and confirm the Friday Oct 9, 2130 on 15770 and 2130.5 on 7570 airings on WRMI --- since I was viewing the excellent new 3-D movie `The Martian` and altho I had the G8 with me, signals would not penetrate into the only cinema in Enid [See INTERNATIONAL VACUUM]. Did anyone hear these WOR broadcasts or definitely try but not hear them?
The next WOR, 2330 Friday on 5850, I did check at 2355 when it should have still been on, but fill music instead. All these are still on the WRMI schedule; apparently they had some problems today as there was a lot more fill music on 5850 and 11580; see separate WRMI log. Next for WOR:
Sat 0630 HLR 7265-CUSB to SW
Sat 1430 HLR 7265-CUSB to SW
Sat 1930v WA0RCR 1860-AM ND?
Sun 0315v WA0RCR 1860-AM ND?
Sun 2300 WRMI 11580 to NE
Mon 0300v WBCQ 5110v Area 51 to WSW
Mon 0330 WRMI 9955 to SSE
Tue 1100 WRMI 9955 to SSE
Wed 1315 WRMI 9955 to SSE
Wed 2100 WBCQ 7490v to WSW
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 5850, Oct 9 at 2355 check for WORLD OF RADIO 2330 Friday broadcast, WRMI instead is playing fill music, and it continues: at 0002 Oct 10, Qur`an, quite a novelty on US SW radio, but 0003 into a song in Spanish with piano. VG signal here and find the same thing // on 11580. 0032 still fill; at 0056 the familiar fado from the fill-music loop is playing. During the 00-01 hour every night, both 5850 and 11580 are supposed to carry R. Slovakia International in Slovak and then English.
At 0100, 5850 comes to life with `Son Power Radio on World Band` mentioning 5850, 7455 and 9395. 7455 carrier had come on a few minutes earlier, and 9395 was already running as it is 24h with TruNews, Son Power being part of that ``service``, altho TN was not mentioned now.
By 0106, 11580 is about to fade out, which is getting to be the usual situation. In the meantime, the sked has been updated again, reducing Radio France International at 01-02 on 11580 to only two nights, UT Fri & Sat, but I can`t tell if that`s on now. (Besides the one-shot Global 24 on UT Wed, and Steve Weeks on UT Tue, as we already discussed, sked now shows `Sounding the Alarm` on UT Thu; while UT Sun & Mon already had non-RFI shows. Evidently, RFI has been used merely as a filler, tsk2) (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 5109.70-CUSB, UT Sat Oct 10 at 0004, WBCQ with `Allan Weiner Worldwide`, // 7490, while 9330.22-CUSB is screaming Terry Blalock, whom Allan claims, rather incredulously, people including himself axually listen to. During this session I`m running three radios, one ear on 7490 for `AWWW`; the other on the NRD-545 bandscanning; and the PL-880 for keeping track of other things, or checking //s. Allan starts out talking about dark energy and dark matter, having read about that in Scientific American.
Then he raves briefly about how great the new movie `The Martian` is; must see. I agree! See my review under INTERNATIONAL VACUUM.
Allan later discusses how no one could hear Hal Turner`s revival UT Thu Oct 8 at 0100-0300 on 7490 due to SW blackout; so their webcast was almost maxed out instead. But ``he did a great job``. Even less so the simultaneous new shows on 9330, 01-02 UT Thu, `Mennonite Radio`, which Allan says he hasn`t listened to either, but the guy in OK was also supposed to use part of that time for `Broad Spectrum Radio`.
Another new show on 9330 is `Radio Northern Ireland`; see IRELAND NORTHERN [non] (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 9975.00, Oct 10 at 0007 check during `TruNews`, KVOH back in-or-near frequency within a couple Hz, AFAIK. Does this mean the `new` transmitter is on yet, even as a test? We hope Ray Robinson will let us know (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 5830, Oct 10 at 0012, WTWW-1 is already here with VG signal, ex-9475, which Ted had been keeping on until 0200. Despite shunning me for routinely publicizing problems, rather than suppressing bad news, he must have seen my recent log pointing out that it wasn`t propagating! My profuse apologies to the SWL community for inadvertently giving him useful frequency management advice, resulting in improved audibility for Passé Pastor Pete Peters and his SFAW! (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 7504.71, Oct 10 at *0057, I`ve been waiting for WRNO to pop on, and so it does, JIP music, ID for ``7505`` in ``New Orleans, Louisiana``, open live show `The Havenist` (I think they said), Mike Randal and Laurie playing ``great gospel music``. But it`s rather overmodulated and distorted tonight (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 770, Oct 10 at 0023 UT, KKOB Albuquerque NM, good signal with quick ID; must be ideal time pre-sunset: yes, 0030 UT in Oct, which means the 230-watt Santa Fe fill-in hasn`t come on yet --- but it`s still in at 0105 UT with local news mentioning Balloon Fiesta, APS, APD, Bernalillo County --- so now which KKOB is it? Official sunrise is 1315 UT, when we should also hear the 50 kW ND daypattern pop on in Oct; November: 0000 UT & 1345 UT (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 990, Oct 10 at 0025 UT, signal blasting in at 25 over 9, promo Sat 8-9 am show `Mind Your Business on 990 KWAM``. Got to be still on tight E-W 10 kW daytime pattern rather than 450 watts night, despite official Oct sunset having been at 2330 UT (Nov: 2300 UT) (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. Thread from ABDX reconfirms my 1080 unID as KSLL, Price UT:
Glenn, I was in Utah the last week of September. KSLL-1080 was calling itself "Rock 105" or something similar, mentioning "105" way more often than the other FM. 73 (Tim Hall, CA, Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone, ABDX via DXLD)
This is for sure KSLL. I can't recall if slogan is Rock 105 or Classic 105 or Classic Hits 105. They are often on at night. Recently clobbered on west array here by KYMN running day power at night. 73 KAZ Barrington IL (Neil Kazaross, ibid.) = 1000/11 watts U1 Northfield MN (gh)
I'm listening to one of my recordings now. They just referred to
themselves as "Classic Rock 105." In promos they also mention "KUSA FM 100" fairly often. 73 (Tim Hall, ibid.)
It was a tip from Bill Dvorak in Madison, WI that helped me nab this last week. Definitely running day power at night. 73, (Rick Dau, South Omaha, Nebraska, http://www.dxworld.com/bcblog.html ibid.)
** U S A. 1130, Oct 10 at 0027 UT, Mexican music loops E/W, generally atop CCI with SAHs, something unusual; also at rechex 0041, 0059. Finally Spanish SHVA ID at 0101 UT as WLBA Atlanta, and also mentioning a couple other stations, not sure if FM or AM, right back to music. The letters WLBA were pronounced in English altho they don`t have to be. Oh2: another 10 kW daytimer! and non-direxional. CoL is really Gainesville GA. Supposed to go off at 2300 UT (and reduce power for CH after 2100 UT in Oct to only 1 kW: NOT, NOT!) (November: 2230 UT and 2030 UT) (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. Re my unID on 1700 mentioning translator on 94.5 FM: ``WEUP/W233BR, per Google search. -- GREG HARDISON``. That`s Huntsville AL, 10/1 kW U1. May be new for me. Tnx again, Greg, for help with my unIDs (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. 730, Oct 10 at 0021 UT, I am again getting a station in English looping east/west; YL with possible African-American accent discussing significance of hair color, e.g. blue. Looking at the 730 map, a good candidate is my closest to the east, KQPN, 1/1 kW U4 in West Memphis AR, altho listed as a YSR affiliate. Could also apply to the Hattiesburg mention I heard before, in a neighboring state and the closest 730 to it.
BTW, I still have not been able to confirm 730, KLOE Goodland KS is still on the air, after not hearing it by groundwave in the OK Panhandle (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
UNIDENTIFIED. Re gh`s 4790 unID: I checked it via Brisbane remote receiver and nothing else but carrier for BBC Uzbek [TAJIKISTAN] appearing at 1250 on 4789.99 kHz today. 73, (Mauno Ritola, Finland, Oct 9, ABDX via DXLD)
This report distributed at 0523 UT October 10
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** BOLIVIA. 3310-, Oct 10 at 0931, very poor music slightly on the lo side, and since it doesn`t match the KCRC/KGWA 1390/960 local mix of talkers, conclude it`s really R. Mosoj Chaski, which I never hear in the evenings. Quick DXLD archive search on ``3309.`` finds several reports of it on 3309.98, from 2009-2010-2011y if not lately. Only an earthquake can get me up at this hour. Not much else from LA, but 3290 Guyana, 4875 & 4885 Brasil are audible on the FRG-7 (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** BRAZIL. Re my observation that 11780.1 is no longer spurring, Wolfgang BÃschel replies: ``So, I guess the Brazilians have 3 transmitters at their disposal, and one of these units produces still spurs`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** COLOMBIA. 5910 & 6010, Oct 10 at 0627 check, both HJDHs are on with fair signals, different musix. Recheck at 0928 after our 4.3 earthquake, still on but 5910 is stronger (originally, 6010 was using a direxional antenna to protect MÃxico which unfortunately is no longer necessary) (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** NEW ZEALAND [and non]. 11725, Oct 10 at 0617, RNZI is playing a heartfelt version of ``Jerusalem``, their `Saturday Night` request/dedication show, which we love to listen to, but it`s been starting too late for us all northern-summer, 2 am CDT. Now from last Sunday in Sept, NZ is back on its own DST of UT+13, which makes it one hour earlier here, from 1 am CDT, --- and when we go off DST in November, will be even better, two hours earlier, to start at midnight CST (or rather after news on the hour, not worth mentioning in schedules). Locally on RNZ National, it`s a 5-hour show from 7 pm until midnight. I guess the whole thing is also on SW until 1100 UT, altho the RNZI sked does not specify it until 0908! Apparently not available on demand, but look at the playlists of great, mostly old, music:
http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/saturdaynight
11725 signal is VG as usual, even if not much else is propagating on 25m except Brasil --- Unlike Australia, which stix to 19 and 16 m until 0900! long faded out here.
After an earthquake shaking us at 0921 UT [USGS: magnitude ``4.4, 18 km SW of Medford, Oklahoma, 2015-10-10, 09:20:43 UTC, 6.4 km`` deep --- that`s about 15 miles due north of Enid! And there was another one I didn`t notice: ``3.7, 21 km SW of Medford, Oklahoma, 2015-10-10, 15:20:48 UTC, 5.4 km``], at 0924 I take the opportunity to check RNZI`s next frequency, 9700, and it too is VG, now playing rock music. By now RA has sensibly moved to night frequencies, where 9580 is also VG with soft folk rock. After 1100, RNZI 9700 beamswitch from NNE to NNW greatly reduces its signal here for another bihour (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** OKLAHOMA. In late September, I received a phone call out of the blue from Rick Sellers of Drumright OK, who is in the oil business, and also the ``friend and financier, and owner`s agent`` of KUSH, 1600, Cushing OK. Seems he has been reading my log reports including about KUSH, the latest of which was in DXLD 14-45 (and brief follow-up 14-46) of last November, when we were monitoring their Saturday morning Indian program, and then,
``What about the CP for power increase from 1 to 5 kW? Certainly still sounds like 1 kW. FCC shows no info about it being LIC yet for that output, but there was a Consummation of Transfer of Control on July 14, 2014. The confusing FCC info also shows it`s presently ND-1 with 70 watts at night, while the CP calls for ND-2 still with 70 watts at night. Yet, it`s one tower, and surely non-direxional at all times. Direxionality in the daytime might have been a requirement for higher power but not so indicated (Glenn Hauser, OK, WORLD OF RADIO 1746, DX LISTENING DIGEST)``
Rick wanted to update that info, so told me all about KUSH, as I summarize from notes:
They have until Xmas to activate the CP for 5 kW, and plan to meet the deadline. 5 kW transmitter is on the way, and hope to be on air with it by mid-December. That should also get them better into at least part of Oklahoma City, daytimes. Already got a new transmitter in 2011, rehabbed the tower and the rest of the station in 2012 --- it works like new altho it doesn`t look like new.
Rick wonders if co-channel Vietnamese station in The Metroplex, KRVA, 25000/930 watts U4, is cheating. Says at SR & SS, it`s hard for him to hear KUSH only 10 miles away. Not sure here, but even if it isn`t, KUSH doesn`t have much of a chance with 70 watts at night (when it`s Yahoo Sports Radio, anyway). If not KRVA, it`s mostly a contest between Denver and St Louis at near right angles to each other on 1600.
I wondered if he had looked into an FM duplicator; he has, but so far nothing available that would be cost-effective. KREK in Drumright, for instance, was sold for $ 300K. A translator closer to Tulsa would have cost $ 40K.
Has several news sources; compares it to KRMG 740 Tulsa in the good old days. Rick, 60, says he has been into radio since childhood; put up a rock `n` roll pirate FM in the late 60s, with 900 watts from Grove, reaching Tulsa, got TVI complaints (channel 6 there, you know), then went straight after an FCC visit.
Rick says they are keeping the station local, not a lot of canned stuff (but Dennis Miller and Clark Howard occupy 6 hours a weekday per sked). KUSH music format is ``Americana`` at least 11 am - 1 pm CT, and he thinx it`s the only such station in OK, at least the only one reporting to an Americana website. Also plays some ``Red Dirt`` Texas music.
``The KUSH Team in the Morning --- 7:00 AM - 10:00 AM Monday Through Friday on KUSH. A quick Start to your day with the latest news and local information, local guests and more``
KUSH has been owned by the Kelly family since the 1960s. But heir apparent Sean Kelly, son of founder Don Kelly, was killed in car wreck last year; his widow and family continue to own it, and most of the staff are women. Don Kelly also lent his name to KELI in Tulsa. Rick also mentioned some connexion with KMOD in Tulsa.
Later I look up on website info about Sean, including:
NEGLIGENT HOMICIDE CHARGE FILED IN KUSH RADIO OWNER'S FATAL ACCIDENT
Patti Weaver 1600kush.com Published on: 12/30/2014
(Stillwater, Okla.) â A Mack dump truck driver was charged Monday with negligent homicide in a Highway 33 collision west of Cushing that took the life of KUSH radio station owner Sean Kelly, 53, of Stillwater, nearly a year ago.
The defendant, David Bruce Thomas, 52, of Shawnee, then an employee of Kinder Dozer Inc. of Carney, was not arrested when the charge, which is a misdemeanor, was filed by Payne County Assistant District Attorney Tyson Branyan 11 months after the fatal accident. . .
http://1600kush.com/story.php?id=7915&section=1
Formal obit for Sean Michael Kelly:
http://1600kush.com/story.php?id=6638&section=1
Partial program schedule and link for live streaming:
http://1600kush.com/index.php?section=7
Includes the Saturday morning Indian show, `Native Air` with Hugh Foley, an OSU professor and also the PD of KUSH. I was going to monitor it again on Oct 3, but other activities caused me to miss it.
Friday Oct 9 I checked the caradio around 1530 UT, and found KRVA still heavily QRMing KUSH on skywave almost a bihour after sunrise, but it was about to fade out. Saturday Oct 10, however, tuning the NRD-545 and ALA-330S antenna aimed eastward for best reception, and nothing but a SAH from KRVA even when nulling KUSH on the PL-880:
I tune in at 1457 UT during a song; 1500 UT, KUSH ID by Lee Denney, State Rep. for District 33 (I thought she said 32, but she`s here:)
http://www.okhouse.gov/Members/District.aspx?District=33
and is axually Speaker Pro Tem.
Then some ads: 1501 UT, Quicken Loans, mental-bright.com; 1502 UT, E-cigarette starter kit, free! 1503 UT Legal Advocates for Indian Country, http://laic-law.com --- 1504 UT no show opening other than drumming & chanting, which continues until 1513 UT when Hugh finally introduces `Native Air`, talks about football games; 10:14 TC in English and brief bit in a native language; Sac & Fox news in English including: a ``rap council`` coming Oct 24, and at this very hour Oct 10, another important S&F meeting is in progress. I find its site:
http://sacandfoxnation-nsn.gov/
Sac & Fox is one of the smallest tribes; Wikipedia: ``The Sac and Fox Nation is headquartered in Stroud, Oklahoma, and their tribal jurisdictional area covers Lincoln, Payne, and Pottawatomie Counties. Their Principal Chief is George Thurman.[1] Five elected officials, each elected for a four-year term, govern the tribe. Elections are held in odd-numbered years in August.[2] Of the 3,794 enrolled tribal members, 2,557 live in Oklahoma. Membership to the tribe requires a minimum 1/8 blood quantum.[1]``
He looks at a language page, including a word list, such as a long word for Moon he`s going to have to practice before pronouncing; and shorter ones for fire and pumpkin. It seems that LAIC is the show sponsor. 1517 UT plays some more drumming & chanting featuring ``Young Bear recorded from the Enid Powwow 2015`` --- that must have been where we were last Saturday afternoon! 1520 UT ID as ``the mighty Kush``. At this time I decide to turn on the computer and hear it better on webcast, but unfortunately it requires some flash plug-in I haven`t installed.
So far I haven`t heard either slogan as in IRCA DX Monitor Oct 3:
``1600 KUSH Cushing, OK, old slogan: "The Source"; new: "The Voice Of Cimarron Valley"``. Nor do I see either on the website, even by searching. Tnx to Rick for calling, and I hope he eventually sees this writeup! (Glenn Hauser, Enid, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** OKLAHOMA. 1640, Oct 10 at 1406 UT, open carrier, dead air except for big hum from KZLS Enid/Hennessey, not unusual for them. I`ve better things to do than keep listening for it to come back, but it is remodulating with music at next check 1744 UT (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U K [non]. 7445, Oct 10 at 0624, BBCWS in English, 65 degrees from ASCENSION, with constant splatter from 7455, WRMI music at 285 degrees from Okeechobee. Earlier in evening these can usually coexist altho I wish they were further apart.
Steven Luce in Houston TX, closer to the boresight of 285, says, ``I noticed that WRMI was missing from 7455 at least between 0500 and 0540 October 10, which allowed splatter-free reception of a very solid BBCWS Ascension signal on 7445. Didn't check other WRMI frequencies`` (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
** U S A. 1130, Oct 10 at 0630 UT, still hearing Mexican music from east, no doubt WLBA Georgia daytimer still cheating as in earlier report; makes fast SAH but separable from KWKH to the southeast (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)
This report dispatched at 1823 UT October 10
Glenn Hauser - wghauser@yahoo.com
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