According to the ZNS website, the clear channel station in the Bahamas is off the air due to thieves stealing the copper wires around the transmitter site. The webiste says ZNS programming is being heard on an FM station, Power 104.5.http://www.znsbahamas.com/#clip=fli/122359-ZNSLIVE
I've heard stories about thieves taking the expensive copper wires from the fields around AM radio transmitters in the past, although on an island nation as small as the Bahamas, where are they going to sell the stuff?
I suppose folks in the Southeast will be able to pick up KXEL Waterloo Iowa, the other 50,000 watt station that shares 1540 with ZNS. WDCD Albany NY is also 50,000 watts full-time but so directional away from both Iowa and the Bahamas that it probably won't be helped much while ZNS repairs its transmitter site. Having worked at 1540 in Albany briefly, I know KXEL can be heard within 30 or so miles south and west of Albany many nights.