Now that it's February (Thu Feb 2), and the daytime broadcast day is 7:15 AM
to 6:15 PM, I tuned in at 6:13 tonight and found that the KayFuNNsters had
already powered down (nothing as "important" as Moe Money after 6:00), and
Lumberyard 1440 (still waiting for the new Nautel, I guess) did a carrier dump
in its usual fashion at 6:15:55.
The best part is, we can now actually listen to some of those golden oldies after Radio Khushi. Today the oldies were already playing at 5:45 P.M. so I guess Radio Khushi is still doing it's 3:45 P.M. - 5:45 P.M. shift.
While this is great and all, would someone explain to me the Lumberyard's recent practice of signing on around 6:00 A.M. with: (1) either full 5000 watts already going or; (2) 500 watts for the first half-hour and then powering up to full power between 6:30 A.M. and 7:00 A.M., well before legal FCC sunrise time? It's been going on all winter long and puts KFNN's antics to shame. Must be Sandusky's going-away party for the ol' Lamptimer!