I'm not hearing anything here. You might be hearing K202CC which is down near Provo. It wouldn't surprise me if pirates started camping out there once they realize there's an open space.
From the silent STA application that KCPW filed it doesn't look like the station will go back on the air until the sale is complete. I'm surprised that the U didn't offer to pay the bills in order to get Radio Bilingüe on rather than have static but I assume there's a reason.
That's not how embargoes work OFH. Talking about embargoed information before the source of it says it's OK to can have serious consequences. It's not a matter of the words that are used; it's the dissemination of the information. We don't want anyone to get in trouble.
Post by oldiesfunhouse on Nov 6, 2023 16:42:24 GMT -7
Oh I see. Definitely not. I thought he was being prevented from saying something because of copyright stuff like how we're not supposed to directly quote copyrighted material. So I thought he could talk about it like you do with the ratings but ... no, as curious as we are, we definitely don't want to get anyone in trouble. FWIW, the online stream has a continuous loop of a woman saying, "Our KCPW online broadcast is currently offline. We're working to restore our streaming broadcast and expect to have it up shortly. We apologize for the problem and truly appreciate your understanding and your continued support of KCPW." As far as I can tell, that loop has been running for several days.
Nope, we've actually discussed all I could not say at the time so it's all good. Silent until after the license goes through, 60-90 days, Radio Bilingue, all that. And yes, “Behind the Headlines,” “Both Sides of the Aisle” and “Jazz Time with Steve Williams” will still be produced and aired by UPR.
Last Edit: Dec 13, 2023 16:43:38 GMT -7 by friendlee
Oh, yeah, to avoid any confusion, right now Behind the Headlines is a production of UPR and the Trib, Jazz Time is a production of UPR ("best of" in essence), and BSOTA is a separate production which is aired exclusively on UPR at this time.
It was. The next thing would be the notice of consummation. The question after that would be when would the new programming start. I have no idea what they plan to use as an STL and how much work needs to be done up there to get ready for it, but weather up there isn't going to be fun for a few more months I would think. I'm also wondering if they might wait for the spring and build out the new construction permit and start out with the improved pattern to the north and west. They have until May 7 under the current silent STA.