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The site update index
From March 2004 - August 2014.
(Note, updates prior to March 2004 weren't archived.)
The second sizable update this year comes to refresh some really old pages (one hadn't been updated since 2000!). The first part revisits the Bennington area, with new pictures of the new WBTN-FM tower, which also has the VPR 93.5 translator. It also includes some nice shots from the top of Mt. Equinox, and the stations WEQX and WVTQ. The next part of the update was a fantastic one to your editor, as he got to help Peter Partino work on the WSBS transmitter. It also allowed us to get some beautiful shots of the tower and the new W231AK translator. The next part is the biggest part, which allowed us to update the Hartford Market with some much needed updates. Including two great tours, one from Willie Barnett of WIHS, and the other from Gene Faltus of CBS Hartford (of WZMX!). It also allowed us to update pictures from West Peak, Rattlesnake Mountain, as well as the infamous WXCT (WNTY!)!!. Also seen online for the first time is the WLAT 910 array, missing a tower. And of course, the trip to Bennington wasn't complete without FIVE New Stewart's Shops on it!
The new W243DC 96.5 translator on the Candelabra tower.
The updates keep coming this year! Two new "markets" (one isn't technically a market, but a regional page!) Allentown, PA and "Northern New Jersey". This update brings new pictures of WGRS 91.5 in Guilford, CT, and
scenic pictures of one of our favorite sites, WEBE 107.9. Also included are pictures of the new W283BS 104.5 translator in Bridgeport, CT.
An update to the northern part of Mass. A bunch of newer "Non Comms" signed on in the Fitchburg area. WTYN 91.7, WQPH 89.3, and WJXP 90.1. We then headed north, via Athol, where we updated pictures of WTUB and WFNX (The 99.9 one.), and then stopped in the Manchester NH market to get the new FM translator on 94.1, and the market AMs, including the very impressive WGIR, along with WGAM, and a refreshed look at WFEA.
We then headed town to Nashua to get a picture of the two station, one site tower of WGHM (combined with WSMN, which looks for a new tower site), and the old analog site of WYCN-LP. The trip pointed us towards Derry, home to WYDI 90.5, and WDER 1320, finishing up with the well hidden WCCM 1110. Also on this site update, are pictures of Boston TV station WCEA-LD and newer pictures of WEDX.