Two fast QSL’s!
Today I’ve been writing a bunch of reception reports, and as usual I send my reports via e-mail to save paper and rainforest, and not least to save time for the recepients of my reports. A “snailmail” report always generates more work in the receiving end, which I beleive affects the QSL-rate negatively. Anyhow, my e-mail reports resulted in two very fast replies from KTCN Twin Cities MN-1130 and CKJH Melfort SK-750.
Nick Ehrenberg of KTCN writes:
This is Nick Ehrenberg writing, and I am the Digital News Director for Twin Cities News Talk (KTCN) in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I am writing to confirm that your audio clip contains content from our station, currently transmitting at 1130 KHz and broadcasting at 50,000 watts during the day and 25,000 watts at night.
This frequency is one of the oldest in the Minneapolis/St. Paul market, and has broadcast various radio formats since its founding in 1923. Currently, the station broadcasts news and political talk programming, and also partners with an FM sports talk station (KFXN-FM 100.3) for coverage of local Minnesota sports teams.
We at KTCN are excited to learn that our station can reach as far as Norway! Thanks very much for sharing your report with us!”
The audioclip of my reception of KTCN is found here.
Dave Baker of CKJH writes:
Good to hear from you! I checked out the audio file you sent us, and it is indeed from our station CKJH. Glad you were able to pick it up and let us know!
Thanks, and take care!”
The audioclip of my reception of CKJH is found here.