Maybe this is news just to me, but WNLT's first translator is on the air from a vertical directional yagi from that building with the two large towers on the roof that WAIF 88.3 transmits from.http://www.radio-locator.com/info/W272BY-FX
I may have noticed this a bit earlier, but must have disregard this as I just assumed it was WKLN, 102.3 in Wilmington, also relaying K-Love.
BTW, I have never heard a legal ID from WKLN. It seems to be a 100% copy of WNLT. http://www.radio-locator.com/cgi-bin/finder?call=wkln&sr=Y&s=C&x=8&y=5
The W272BY signal is really awful, especially downtown. Up the Cut-in-the-Hill in KY, it was steady until the skyline disappears, then it's noisy. Maybe the signal has not yet been cranked up yet. I went behind the yagi, towards the east of the new signal's tower for two blocks, and easily found picket fences in the supposedly deep null towards the SE area within sight of the tower. Heading west towards University Hospital, the signal was better then WNLT for a few blocks, then it sucked again.http://www.fccinfo.com/CMDProEngine.php?sCurrentService=FM&tabSearchType=Appl&sAppIDNumber=1218018
When is the WNLT CP ever going to be built out from the old 94.1 tower anyway?http://www.radio-locator.com/info/WNLT-FM
If the CP ever gets built for WNLT, then maybe this 102.3 translator is going to be the new Air-1 translator since EMF gave their W264BW 100.7 Norwood signal to WEBN HD2.http://www.radio-locator.com/info/W264BW-FX