AM or FM? What is your favorite Radio Station?

by JH 31 Replies latest jw friends

  • Mac

    AM The Big 89..........WLS Chicago

    mac, of the 50,000 watt mofo class

  • pr_capone

    LMAO @ Unc

    Kazza is a file sharing program. Music from all over the world is readily available on it as well as movies and games. For the discerning aduld there are also adult titles available.

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  • Fe2O3Girl
  • JH


    Believe it or not, I can listen to that radio station where I live at some 800 miles away... at night only thanks to skip.

  • TresHappy

    Definitely FM - most of the stuff below 92 on the dial. Which means it's non-profit, so not as many commercials. Did anyone else know about that - all non-profit stations being below 92 - sort of interesting...(at least it was to me - lol)

  • SpunkyChick

    Just learned about Salvage Nation the other day....I believe it's broadcasted from Chicago, Denver, LA and a few's 600AM radio. Great cynical, comical, political commentary!!

    95.7 Kiss FM Jamie and Danny in the mornings while waking up for work (they're also syndicated)....

    Lots of music from

    *SpunkyChick is a metal FrEaK* Rock on!

  • kelpie

    FM is the only way to go


    Here in Toronto: the FM congestion is unbelievable. From 88.1 to 107.9 - the band is plugged full of stations, and we can get the FM from Buffalo, NY., very clearly, as it's not far away.

    AM: we have several here as well, but they tend to be talk-radio oriented. At night, of course, the ionosphere changes significantly, and stations from Canada/USA bounce far distances. As a kid, I loved this very much.

    We have a variety of community/campus FM stations (3 of them) Ryerson, University of Toronto, and York University.

    There are countless FM stations of every format it seems. I tend to listen to CDs more than anything, but if I am listening to FM, this is what I'll tune into:

    CIFE-106.5 Aboriginal FM (First Nations Radio), Y108 from Hamilton (classic rock), CBC 99.1 FM, CHTZ 97.7 St. Catherines/Niagara Falls (rock).

    On AM Radio, well, there's News 680 (CFTR), then the big 50,000 watt: AM 740 CHWO - which can be heard over most of eastern North America, at night. Also, WNED-AM 970 from Buffalo, New York (NPR). Sometimes I listen to Oldies 1150 from Hamilton, ON., which is just down the road from Toronto.

    Since I work in a bar/tavern where live bands perform, I tend to pick up a lot of independent music there. I try to check out the independent performers as often as I can, because they tend to have something innovative and regurgitated.

    JH? do you remember Montreal's old CKGM 980? That was helluva a top40 station many years ago. Toronto's 1050CHUM went back to its oldies format btw.

  • Gopher

    Being the sports fan that I am, I listen a lot to sports-talk radio.

    The flagship station of an eight-station network is KFAN, Minneapolis - St. Paul, AM 1130.

  • JH

    JH? do you remember Montreal's old CKGM 980?
    Yes I do, and I loved it... That was in the 80's. Only problem was that I was slightly out of range where I live.

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