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         WELCOME TO IRCA's AM-DX NEWSFLASH   -  June 4 1998
                           Vol 4  No 10


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CONVENTION - MEETING INFO (corrections/additions welcome)

WTFDA '98: Rock City in Southwestern New York State on July 31, August
1 & 2.  Host: Dave Nieman.  Co-Host: Greg Coniglio
FOR DETAILS:  e-mail  dxfmtv@xxxxxxxxxxx
              or write Dave Nieman at
              12284 Nice Road, Akron, NY 14001-9408

NOTE:  Although the primary area of interest is TV and FM DXing, most
of our members are also AM dxers and AM-related conversations are
always part of the makeup of our conventions.

IRCA:  The 1998 IRCA Convention will be held here in Missoula, Montana
the weekend of August 14-15-16.  Every BCB DXer, whether an IRCA member
or not, is cordially invited to attend with the entire family.
    The headquarters motel is the 4B's Inn South, conveniently located
at 3808 Brooks St.  The rates are as follows:  1 bed (1 or 2 persons)
$39.95; 2 beds (2 to 4 people) $49.95.  Non-smoking rooms are
available.  You can make reservations by calling 800-272-9500, and
specifying the SOUTH Inn, and also IRCA.  The deadline for reserving a
room is August 3.
    Air service to Missoula is provided by these airlines: Delta,
Northwest, Horizon, Big Sky, and Sky West.  While you're in the area,
you might want to tour nearby Glacier National Park.
    Here is a tentative schedule:  Friday: check-in; socializing.
Saturday: station tour; socializing; Kiwa products demo; informal
banquet; business meeting; auction; DXpedition.  Sunday: lunch picnic.
    The registration fee is $25.00 per DXer; it includes the Saturday
banquet. Family members may attend the banquet for $10.00 each.  You
can wait and pay when you arrive.
    The host is Larry Godwin, 2390 Clydes Dale Lane, Missoula, Montana
59804. You can reach me by e-mail at lbg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx, and by phone
at 406-728-3573 (days) and 406-721-5131 (evenings and weekends).
    Please let me know you are coming.  I will try to meet all airline
arrivals.  I'm really looking forward to seeing those of you who can

September 4-7, 1998
Best Western - Oak Hills
San Antonio, Texas

Hold onto your hats because this is going to be a big one!  First of
all, there is no more receptive city in the world than San Antonio.
You think you will be going there for the radio conference, but when
you leave you will still be talking about the remarkable city sights,
the Alamo, sure! The Riverwalk?  The restaurants?  Six Flags over
Texas?  Sea World? Tower of the Americas?  It's endless!
    And be sure to bring your radio!  Imagine! DXing from a city you'e
been trying to DX for years!  Our host, Dale Hamm, has arranged a tour
of WOAI from 2 to 4 p.m. on Friday afternoon.  Wouldn't it be a kick to
walk through the hallowed halls of one of Americas' last truly Clear
Channel operations?
    But wait, there smore!
    If we start listing all the stations you can visit on this page,
you just know that one or more stations will be changing their call
signs to make us look foolish.   So we'll just say, in a city with two
dozen radio stations youer going to be hard pressed to hear them all,
let alone visit the ones Dale will suggest we go see.
    But the real fun?  Of course.  Meeting many of the DXrs you're
read about and who have become such familiar names in the hobby.  Many
of them will have attended these conventions in the past and they'll be
able to help you figure out what's going on most of the time.  Our
tried and true receptionist will keep you newcomers on track too.  So
come on Friday if you possibly can and plan for a full day of
activities on Saturday and Sunday.
    Sunday morning we'll have the annual radio station quiz .. and a
live taping of the "Travellog" .. a tour across the country with our
dial set to one a.m. frequency .. loads of fun.  In between the
scheduled events, relax, meet and chat with others who share this
wonderful hobby.  It's really a neat time for all of us.


Hotel:  Best Western - Oak Hills; 7401 Wurzbach Road, San Antonio, TX
78229.  1-800-468-3507:  call them until 5 p.m. CentralTime.  $52
Singles; $47 each for Double Rooms (two beds) and breakfast is

Convention Registration:  $40 and includes Saturday banquet and all the
soda / beer and snacks you can wolf down during the weekend.
Registration should include your name and the name of any guest.  Send
that along with $40 each to:
Mr. Dale Hamm, 11313 January Drive, Austin, TX  78753-2915.  Auction
items should be sent to this same address.

    Rail: Call 1-800-872-7245 for information and reservations.
Generally speaking, there is daily service to major cities within
Texas and alternate day service to other major U.S. cities.
    Air:  If you fly into San Antonio, there is a free airport shuttle
to the Best Western.  Many airlines serve San Antonio but South West
Air is offering NRC'ers 10% off; give them the special code number
S-0098 when you call 1-800-433-5368 on Monday through Friday for your
    Driving:  San Antonio is at the junction of I-10 and I-35.  I-410
is the beltway around the city.  The hotel is in the northwest quadrant
of the city.  Drive onto I-410 from I-10 or I-35 to the Babcock Street
exit, turn north on Babcock to Wurzbach Road.  Turn right on Wurzbach
Road and the Best Western is the third building on your left.
    The weekend program will start Friday p.m. and end Sunday p.m.
Saturday is for seeing the city and/or visiting the stations.  Sunday
morning is the annual NRC quiz, a live taping for the DX Audio Service
and other goodies.  Audience participation is expected!

John Bowker
1811 Ft. Duquesna Drive
Sun City Center FL  33573


 CPC DX tests summary


Bill Hale - 6124 Roaring Springs Dr, N Richland Hills TX  76180-5552

Bill has volunteered to be the CPC chairman for the NRC.  Right now
Bill is looking for target station lists and stamps or money to help
get the lists worked on.





The IRCA Bookstore is proud to announce that the 'M Street Corporation'
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to NewsFlash members ordering through the IRCA Bookstore.  The
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location and current call).  Major network information (addresses/phone
numbers/etc) and several interesting radio articles are included as

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Pete Taylor - pvtaytac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

I called KLFE-1590 this morning to find out when the 1680 transmitter
would go on.  Jim Dalke, CE, is DXer-friendly and said the diplex
antenna was being designed now so he expected it would be in about six

He also mentioned that the owners, Salem Broadcasting, had acquired
KZTS-1360 (my neighborhood friend...) and that it would start relaying
KLFE on or about Monday June 1.  This was of great interest to me
because KZTS has been off for three days (never has the band been so
clean).  He also mentioned that they were applying for the call letters
KKMO.  He also said Salem was a conscientious broadcaster and that they
were going to replace the ancient transmitter and the audio processor
(someone's borrowed Orban was in there most recently).  So that's
what's going on here.


Pat Martin - Seaside OR - mwdxer@xxxxxxxxx]

KGXL-1650-Costa Mesa, CA is now all traffic reports 24 hours a daym
under the new call of KKTR, calling themselves K-CAR. The format is 3
minutes of traffic reports followed by one minute of commercials. I am
sure glad I got the KGXL QSL card! The format  and call change happened
today, June 1st.

Another new X Bander is expected on this Fall. KSMH-1620 khz (Stands
for Sacramento's Most Holy), a Catholic radio station, lic. to KAHI,
Auburn CA, but leased to this rel. organization for 5 years, before
taking ownership. This info was passed along from Gary
Jackson-Sacramento, CA.

6/4.  As I type this at 0700 UTC (0000 PDT), KAYK is on the air with
Radio Disney. Fair here, but conditions aren't too good.


Pat Griffith - N0NNK@xxxxxxxxx

Yes KAYK (which is local to me) is on this morning with the new format
refelcting their new ownership by Disney and still // to 1550. Sure
sounds like the old Radio OZ. How much market can there be for this

They also started using dual IDs earlier this week with KAYK for 1690
and KQXI for 1550. However, this morning I have only heard KQXI/1550
IDs again.

Also 1690 seems to have a problem this morning with the signal making
brief dropouts. Problem not noted on the 1550 signal.


TELEPHONE NUMBER:  204-253-8644
E-MAIL:  saxelrod@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

1650  KKTR CA Costa Mesa 06/04 0400 New format and calls here.  Now
       announcing "all traffic all the time stereo AM 16-50 KKTR"(99%
       sure of call).  Seem to have about 3 or so minutes of traffic
       reports then do a commercial.This goes on and on.  They sound
       like a 10,000 watt HAR/TIS station to me.  Ex-KGXL (SA-MB)
1690  KAYK CO Arvada 05/31 2300 Good clear signals only X-bander in
       this evening with a clean ID.  "You're listening to AM 15-50
       KQXI Arvada Denver and simulcasting on AM 16-90 KAYK Arvada
       Denver.  Building the Kingdom of God one new listener at a
       time." Seems that KAYK is the correct call on 1690.




Pat Martin - Seaside OR - mwdxer@xxxxxxxxx

t1008  AUSTRALIA, Hobart 7TAB possibly the one with Troting or Racing
        u/ News station (4TAB?) at 1240 UTC 5/27. Tent. Taped report
        sent. (PM-OR)
t1602  NEW ZEALAND, Levin 2XA, probably the station relaying The
        National Program at 1230 UTC 5/29, with lots on 1600 splash,
        ment. of "The National Prm" and Time checks. According to NZ
        DXers, 2XA does relay The National Pgm after  2200 NZ Time.

Drake R8
Term. EWE Antenna
TUN4 Unit


Mark Connelly - WA1ION@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

[Connelly*Y-MA] = West Yarmouth, Cape Cod, MA (GC= 70.223 W / 41.682 N)
(mother's house)

Receiver: Drake R8A
Antenna: Quantum Loop


1071  SPAIN, EI, Bilbao, MAY 30 0354 - big-band jazz // 1197; fair to
       good despite CBA slop. [Connelly*Y-MA]
1107  SPAIN, RNE5 synchros, MAY 30 0352 - female SS vocal; fair.
1152  SPAIN, RNE5 synchros, MAY 30 0351 - monotone- delivery SS
       newstalk; poor. [Connelly*Y-MA]
1197  SPAIN, EI, Vitoria, MAY 30 0348 - jazz // 1071; poor to fair.
1287  SPAIN, SER synchros, MAY 30 0339 - woman in SS; poor.
1296  SPAIN, COPE, Valencia, MAY 30 0345 - SS teletalk; fair.
1305  SPAIN, RNE5 synchros, MAY 30 0346 - Moorish (AA- influenced) SS
       male operatic vocal; poor. [Connelly*Y-MA]
1314  SPAIN, RNE5 synchros, MAY 30 0344 - fast SS talk by man; to fair
       peak. [Connelly*Y-MA]
1404  unID (likely FRANCE), MAY 30 0341 - vocal music at low audio
       level.  Perhaps this was an unmodulated carrier atop a second
       station that had the music. [Connelly*Y-MA]
1413  SPAIN, RNE5 synchros, MAY 30 0233 - SS vocal; in CIGO/WPOP slop.
1485  SPAIN, SER synchros, MAY 30 0336 - man & woman in SS; at good
       strength, over others. [Connelly*Y-MA]
1512  SAUDI ARABIA, BSKSA, Jeddah, MAY 30 0052 - AA program &
       powerhouse het against WNRB.  [Connelly*Y-MA]
1521  SAUDI ARABIA, BSKSA, Duba, MAY 30 0220 - the strongest TA at the
       time with a massive pre-sign-on open carrier.  At actual sign-on
       (0300), the signal had weakened considerably. [Connelly*Y-MA]
1521  SPAIN, SER, Castellon, MAY 30 0401 - SS news by man; getting by
       WWKB at times. [Connelly*Y-MA]
1548  KUWAIT, VOA, Kuwait City, MAY 30 0052 - bits of VOA EE
       documentary noted during Middle East dawn-enhancement period.
1575  SPAIN, SER synchros, MAY 30 0333 - EE talk (segment of a US
       presidential speech), then woman in SS; very good.
1584  SPAIN, SER synchros, MAY 30 0230 - pips on the half hour, then SS
     + MAY 30 0334 - // 1575 with SS talk, then a segment of the song
       "American Pie"; LOUD ! [Connelly*Y-MA]
1602  SPAIN, EI, Vitoria, MAY 30 0228 - SS light pop vocal; good, atop
       SER outlet. [Connelly*Y-MA]


 555  ST. KITTS & NEVIS, ZIZ, Basseterre, MAY 30 0155 - soca music; to
       fair peak. [Connelly*Y-MA]
 604.5  unID, MAY 30 0145 - This one noted again, just a weak carrier
       this time.  Bearing approximately 190 to 200 degrees (Cuba,
       Bahamas, Turks & Caicos area).  Sgrulletta in NY has also noted
       this. [Connelly*Y-MA]
1375  ST. PIERRE ET MIQUELON, RFO, MAY 30 0234 - soccer or other sports
       coverage: FF announcer, crowd noises; strong, though with jumpy
       fading. [Connelly*Y-MA]


Chuck Rippel - Cornland, VA - crippel@xxxxxxxx

1690  UNID  @ 0314 slowly rising in an out of the mud w/ back to back
       mx that was religious in timbre. ID by male anncr at 0332 that
       was just not quite copiable.  I hate to make presumptions on a
       coast-to-coast reception of KQXI but if I were to guess, that
       would be my guess.  Can hear at least 2 stations on this
       frequency using an ultra-sensitive R390A and Sherwood SE-III.
       This one stands to be revisited.  (Rippel, VA 6/3/98)

WJ-HF1000A, R8A, R390A/Sherwood SE-3, Collins 51S-1


Larry Russell - Flushing MI - ak473@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sony 2010 w/IRCA spiral loop

1260 Cleveland OH heard with Radio Disney format. 6/2 (Russell)

I found my local 1330 off for a few minutes and nabbed two new ones:

1330  KFH Wichita KS 0605 6/2 Station promo with "Wichita" and "KF8". I
       took the "8" to be A, but it was an H. Art Bell show?  New
       Catch! (Russell)
1330  WASN Campbell OH 0619 6/2 ad for Coyote Tractor -New Middletown
       OH, ID: "The new 1330 WASN". My local came back on @ 0621. New
       Catch! (Russell)
1630  Michigan Dept. of Trans/Michigan Intelligent Trans. System -
       heard the infamous Time Lady only 14 minutes slow, and heard
       male with loop announcement mentioning I-696/94. 6/2 (Russell)
       (Michigan Ignorant Tax-sucking System. -LR)
1640  heard weak Highway Advisory Radio mixing with Dallas Airport
       station. New Michigan one? 6/2 (Russell)
1660  presumed WJDM NJ heard in Spanish 6/2. (Russell)

Storm winds May 31 catapulted our neighbor's metal shed over our 4'
fence. It landed upside down on a bush. I had to roll it off, and
straighten the fence. My outdoor random-wire survived.




Wayne Heinen - Aurora CO - Nrclog@xxxxxxx

The NRC's AM Radio Log is in need of some help with some conflicting
reports on format, networks and other information that is needed to
help keep it current Listed by State. If you can help, thanks! If you
can pass the question on to someone who can thanks also! Please DO NOT
quote other peoples info from DX News or DX Monitor. That's where most
of the conflicts came from! Thanks to Dave Lewis, Lou Beuhler Rich
Toebe, Bruce Conti, JD Stephens, Al Merriman and those who responded in
the pages of DX NEWS This posting is the unanswered questions as of May
30, 1998

KAXX-1020 Needs a new address and phone

KFWJ-980 needs new phone

KVIN-1390 needs new phone

WCGA-1100 last we had them as TLK, music format now?

WLVT-640 Current Format & Net Affiliation
WJNO-1040 All News/Talk? Nets?
WJNA-1230 When not //WJNO Format is?
 Don Trelford reports letters to WJNX-1330 at returned as moved not
 1500 N. Flagler Dr., W. Palm Beach This address is also in my db for

WNWI-1080 Needs new Address and phone or confirmation if it didn't

WVBF-1530 New Address and Phone
WMRC-1490 Within a 60-day period reports of OLD format and C&W format.
 Anyone know for sure?

WKRE-1060 New Address
WCHL-1360 Tentative report that this is now UC: GOS? Did they change
 from NWS/TLK ?

WVLR-880 Current Format & Net Affiliation

74 Mayaquez St address is no good.


Pat Martin - Seaside OR - mwdxer@xxxxxxxxx


1650-KGXL-CA, COSTA MESA, rec. nice QSL cd in 180d for taped report.
      Address: KGIL/KGXL- 1500 COTNER AVENUE, LOS ANGELES  CA  90025.
      no v/s. (PM-OR)
1690-KAYK-COLORADO, Englewood, rec.  two PD QSL letters in 6 days for
      taped report. Address: 730 West Hampden #300-Englewood, CO
      80110-2121. V/S: Julia Newton-Traffic Manager. Mentioned that the
      station should sign on soon with Radio Disney. They have been
      sold.  (PM-OR)
 770-KNWX- SEATTLE, WA- New QSL card and letter in 8 days from John W.
      Price-Assit. Eng. Card is for both KIRO and KNWX. Address:
      Entercom-1820 Eastlake Avenue, East-Seattle WA  98102-3711.
      (PM-OR)  Those of you that have been trying to QSL the station,
      John Price has answered all the old reports he could find back to


Robert S. Ross - radiorob@xxxxxxxxx

1650 KGIL Costa Mesa, CALIFORNIA.  Full Data Station Card with Contour
      Map on one side. Logo  says "Showtunes KGIL 1260/1650" Card was
      unsigned. Rec'd in 5 Months for MS. Says 10KW Days/1 KW Nights.

Station Address......

PO BOX 250028
1500 Cotner Ave.
Los Angeles, California


Kent Winrich - kwin@xxxxxxxxxx

I drove by WOKY (AM-920, Milwaukee, WI) and to my surprise they have
significant damage to their towers due to the recent storms.  THREE of
the five towers are gone!

THREE of the four towers used during the day pattern are gone, and one
(of three) of the night pattern are gone.

If you look at the pic I have on my site

you will see that the antenna pattern forms an X.  the only towers left
are the tower closest and the middle tower of the X.

I have not been able to contact the engineer yet to fond out power
levels etc.

Here are the tower layouts:

                y                    y
                X                    y

y= tower gone

Day pattern

                X                    X

               X                    X

Night pattern



Robert Wien - San Jose CA - rjwmail@xxxxxxxxx

Just got back from Colorado Springs, CO. on a business trip, 1690 is
definitely on the air, IDheard on KQXI-1550 mentioned KAYK-1690. (KQXI
is fair in the springs during the day).  Want some more news? KSOS-800
Brigham City, UT. Emailed me back, they say they are going to be moving
to their Xband position (1660 I believe) on June 16th.  Pete Taylor in
Tacoma also informs me that KLFE-1590 has their 1680 xmtr up already
and should be on 1680 within 6 months.  Funny Seattle has 2 stations on
the X band!   My letter to WNML-1670 came back undeliverable as
addressed (reception report), used 1600's old address in Warner Robins.



The IRCA is proud to announce the release of the 3rd Edition of its
Technical Guide. This 156 page book answers questions on receiver and
antenna theory (how to improve their performance), how audio filters
and loop antennas can improve DX (and hints on their construction), how
to build a beverage and phasing unit, and much more.  All updated to
Only $10.00 for IRCA/NRC/MWC members, $12.00 for non-members
  (overseas airmail add $2.50).


IRCA Mexican Log, 5th Edition

The IRCA is proud to announce the release of the 5th edition of its
MEXICAN LOG.  The IRCA MEXICAN LOG log lists all AM stations in Mexico
by frequency, including call letters, state, city, day/night power,
slogans, schedule in UTC/GMT, formats, networks and notes.  In
addition, stations that have changed frequency since 1996 are
cross-referenced on the old frequency.  The call letter index gives
call, frequency, city and state.  The city index (listed by state, then
city) includes frequency, call and day/night power. The log has been
completely updated from the 1996 edition and carefully cross-checked by
IRCA members in Mexico and the US.  This is an indispensable reference
for anyone who hears Mexican radio stations.  Size is 8 1/2" x 11" and
three hole punched for easy binding (optional).

Prices:  IRCA/NRC members - $7.00 (US/Canada/Mexico/seamail), $8.00
(rest of the Americas airmail), $8.50 (Europe/Asia airmail), $9.00
(Australia/New Zealand airmail).  Non-members:  add $2.00 to the above
prices.  Make checks out to:  Phil Bytheway.

Order TODAY from:  IRCA Bookstore, 9705 Mary NW, Seattle WA  98117-2334


The National Radio Club now has the 18th edition of their NRC AM Radio
Log for the 1997-1998 DX Season edition.

This annual edition contains 310 pages, 8 1/2" x 11" size, 3-hole
punched, loose leaf format with over 5,400 A.M. Radio station listings
from the United States and Canada.  Each station listing consists of
its location, frequency, call, format, network affiliation, station
address, station slogan, day and night transmitter powers.  There are
cross references by city and by call letter.

The AM Radio Log is available to NRC/IRCA members for $16.95 post paid.
(Canadian members funds must be US funds)

The Nonmember and Overseas prices of the AM Radio Log are as follows:

U.S. & Canada  US$22.95
Latin America  US$23.50
Europe         US$24.00
All Others     US$28.00

All Overseas prices are shipped via AIR and payment must be in US

Please mail all orders to:

National Radio Club
Publications Center
P.O. Box 164
Mannsville, NY 13661-0164


    phil bytheway - Seattle WA - philip_bytheway@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

    Tabulated from WWV at ~0518 GMT nightly

    Geomagnetic Summary May 29 1998 through June 4 1998

       GEO - Geomagnetic activity     pca - polar cap absorption
       maf - major flare              SA  - Solar Activity
       mas - major storm              spe - satellite proton event
       mis - minor storm              ss  - severe storm

    Date    FLUX    A    K    SA          GEO                 OTHER

     5/29    95    21    4    low         quiet-mas           -
       30    96    20    2    low         quiet-mis           mis 0900
     5/31    94     5    1    low         quiet               -
     6/ 1   100     4    2    very low    quiet-unsettled     -
        2   105     7    2    very low    quiet-unsettled     -
        3   113    11    3    low         quiet-unsettled     -
     6/ 4   112    10    2    low         quiet-unsettled     -


If you note any AM changes (call, format, slogan, etc), please send
them to the NRC Log coordinator (Wayne Heinen) @ nrclog@xxxxxxx


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