Originally Posted by dead of night /forum/post/14281301
Hi. A very popular radio station in my area, BIG 100.3, Wash DC, has gone from HD radio back to a regular analog signal. It is an oldies music station and it had an HD 2 channel as well.
Any idea why this would happen?
Originally Posted by machpost /forum/post/14282330
I read that WBIG's tower was struck by lightning about a month ago, and that they have been transmitting on reduced power since then, pending repair.
Originally Posted by technoevv /forum/post/14601941
I'm thinking that Regent has totally given up on the idea of HD Radio. If so, that's really unfortunate because I was really looking forward to the day when their AM station, WGBF-AM, would go HD.
Originally Posted by ¾ Blind /forum/post/14640549
Los Angeles' KKGO 105.1 HD signals seem to be off for the past few days. Anyone know what's up? Their HD-2 is an American Standards format with an emphasis on show tunes, often a delayed simulcast of 540 & 1260 AM. Their HD-3 is mostly talk. At 6:00 pm local time on weekdays, KKGO's HD-3 broadcast the audio of the Larry King show. I dropped cable TV earlier this year being content with OTA HDTV. (Everything news worthy these days in on the Internet anyway.) But I like to listen to Larry King just to keep current on pop culture.