Can WBZ/KDKA be heard in kentucky??
To pick up on what Cincinnati Kid stated, both stations are are regularly heard in Kentucky from sunset to sunrise. Neither are heard during the daylight hours.
In the less cluttered, low electronic interference past, WBZ had a huge and reliable signal throughout the midwest. I used to listen to them almost nightly back when they played R&R in the evenings. For me, Bruce Bradley (WBZ) was far superior to Bruce Morrow (WABC).
Days, I doubt if KDKA reaches anywhere in Kentucky, as the ground conductivity from Pittsburgh to Eastern Kentucky is very low thanks to the Appalachian Mountains. WBZ hasn't a prayer of daytime groundwave to Kentucky.