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Tuesday September 9,2014:
We have a NEW number 1 most reported FM frequency: 88.3! #2 is 92.1 and #3 is 88.1.
Top GY's in the last twelve months. #1)1450 2)1230 TIE #3)1340 and 1490 #4)1240 and last is 1400 with 14 reports. Interestingly, last place years ago (Sept'01-Aug'02), was 1400, though 17 reports were noted in that time frame. Best back then? Again, 1450, with 61 reports.
August AMDX was up and we were above average! We moved from 65.72 to 67.52. Nice move! FMDX was down of course, as the summer of non-dx continued. FM slides from 123.86 to 120.39. Gosh, if we have any e-skip/trop next August, those numbers will go up a bit. Check this 4 year August slide! Aug-2011/358 reports! Aug-2012/49, Aug-2013/69, Aug-2014/24 reports. Ouch!
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