1270 0557 USA WRLZ Radio Luz, Eatonville (FL) Back end of ID "... doce setenta, La Estación
del Pueblo". Thanks to Fredrik Dourén at RealDX for help. Weak 6975 km **
1310 0600 USA WLOB, Portland (ME) Sung jingle, OM ID - WLOB Portland wlobradio.com
Fair 5100 km
1430 0600 USA WKOX Mia 1430, Everett (MA) "14-30 WKOX Everett ... an i-Heart Radio Station".
Thanks to Paul Crankshaw at RealDX for spotting the ID Fair 5236 km
** Personal First
A good morning, but not the best one for hearing IDs with stations fading on the hour, etc., but there were a lot of interesting things happening. 1340 had a station with a fair to good signal, but the splatter from adjacent 1341 kept it at bay. 1340 is an extremely difficult frequency.
1460 had a US station with EWTN religious programming. There are two possibilities there.
1490 had a partial top of the hour ID which seemed to suggest a religious format as I'm sure I could hear "(We are)? The Love W1 (the one)? .... ".
There were Latin stations all over the place. This would have been a big log had I been able to identify everything heard, but that's medium wave for you.
John Faulkner, Skegness, Lincolnshire (JO03dd) 1m ASL
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