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Glenn Hauser logs February +19, 2022

** ANTARCTICA. 15475.98 RCUSB, Feb 19 at 1515, NO signal of LRA36 this Saturday into three Brazilian SDRs. When active, normally closes no earlier than 1530 and often much later (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** OKLAHOMA. 515 MCW kHz, Feb 19 at 0706 UT, PN, 25-watt ND beacon at PoNca City is OFF again; had been on again 24 hours earlier. Ho, hum (Glenn Hauser, Enid, WOR)

** OKLAHOMA. Not exactly logs but concerning semi-local stations I can hear at any time, posted Feb 17 to the WOR iog and WTFDA gg:

“iHeart OKC auxioning off stuff

In today`s Feb 17 Enid Eagle newspaper on page 2 there is a display ad about an auxion to be held YESTERDAY of vehicles and office equipment of iHeart Media in OKC, 50 Penn Place, with link to:“

iHeart Media Offices & Vans

“Wednesday, February 16th, 2022 – 10:00am {times CST = UT -6} Location & Directions Items Located At:
1900 NW Expressway 10th Floor (50 Penn Place) Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Inspection: Monday, February 14th and Tuesday, February 15th from 8:30am to 4:30pm and starting at 8am day of auction.
Registration will begin at 9:00am on the day of the auction at the Dakil Auctioneers facility. Click The Proxibid Icon Below To Register For Live Webcast Bidding & To View Pictures

Items To Be Sold TO BE SOLD AT NOON THESE ITEMS LOCATED AT 200 NW 114TH ST, OKLA. CITY 2007 Ford E150 Van Mileage: 169,463; (2) 2005 Suzuki Grand Vitara Mileage: 38,130 & 41,219; 2004 Ford E150 Van Mileage: 89,405; 2003 Ford E150 Van Mileage: 55,422; 1999 Ford E150 Van Mileage: 50,049; 1996 Ford E150 Van Mileage: 66,983; 1995 Chevy G Series Van Mileage: 94,352; 2001 Ford Ranger XLT Sport Mileage: 108,799; 1992 Ford E150 Van Mileage: 85,654.


Autographed Posters, Sports Memorabilia, Celebrity Memorabilia, Promotional Memorabilia, Executive Chairs, Executive Office Furniture, Conference Tables w/Chairs, Big Screen TV’s, Copy Machines, Paper Shredders, Stereos, Speakers, CDs, Reel to Reels, Leather Sofas, Occasional Chairs, Office Cubicles, Office Supplies, Printer Cartridges, Keyboards, Monitors. Maytag Refrigerators, Uline Ice Maker, Coffee Maker & Supplies, Metal Cabinets, Metal File Cabinets, Bookcases, Backup Power Supplies, Surge Protectors, United States Maps, Lifetime Tables, Ice Chest, Oak Roll Top Desk. (30) Sheets of Masonite 4 by 8, Lots of Scrap in Basement Mainly Aluminum, Large Diesel Powered Generac Generator and Fuel Tank, Nice Receptionist Bar\Counter. Anything and Everything You Would Find in a Large Office Environment. We will be selling in small and large lots.

This is only a partial listing!
Buyers premium will apply.“


“That is or was the home of these iHeart stations absenteely owned and licensed to OKC: KTOK 1000, KREF 94.7, KXXY 96.1, 98.5 xltr, KTST 101.9, KJYO 102.7. Per FCC Queries. IHM also has a Tulsa cluster and a few other OK stations outside the OKC market. So what is going on here. iHeart pulling out of OKC or just moving to another building?Glenn Hauser, Enid“

Adam Rivers replied: “Many iHeart facilities have downsized over the last year or so. Mine has not, but buildings have merged, etc. like Lancaster into Harrisburg, PA, etc.“

On Feb 18, John Zondlo replied: “The auction conducted Thursday {sic} was of property at our old 50 Penn Place offices. We have only brought over to our new location a handful of items. Honestly, much of that stuff has seen its better days, and I’m not sure why some folks even bothered to bid on it.

At 50 Penn, our home for 44 years, we occupied about half of the 10th floor of this office building. The 10th floor was occupied by sales and management. We also had the entire 11th floor, occupied by programming, for our 7 stations here. We also occupied a portion of the 12th floor for the Oklahoma News Network, 4 farm networks, and the Oklahoma Baptist University sports network (which I produce). With all of the cuts made by iHeart/Clear Channel in recent years, we had way too much space for too few people.

Our new digs are at 6525 N. Meridian in OKC in a 6 story office tower (recently renovated, barely occupied). We have 4,000 square feet now, a fraction of what we had at 50 Penn. The broadcast and office equipment is, for the most part, brand spanking new.

There is still quite a bit of broadcast equipment left at 50 Penn that is being inventoried and will be disposed of in various ways.

So, to sum it up, we are still alive and well in OKC and serving our area to the best of ability with a skeleton crew. And I say that as I’m here at KGHM 1340 producing a LOCAL high school basketball game. John Zondlo – Yukon, OK“

Thanks, John. He is/was better(?) known as an FM DX editor for VHF-UHF Digest of the Worldwide TV-FM DX Association; who refuses to publish my few but detailed FM DX logs since they would occupy more than one line each. Yes, KGHM 1340 is another IHM station I overlooked, since it is licensed to suburb Midwest City for no particular reason. Did I miss another? To total magic 7 would have to include that one translator (Glenn Hauser, Enid, WOR)

** OKLAHOMA. 91.7, KOSU, Sat Feb 19 at 1830 UT, I am listening on caradio on way to and from Box 1684, with a very interesting show about the origins of tape recording in Nazi Germany, and later into Vietnam war archive interviews; next week to be about how “cassette tapes created the Internet“. Closed at 1859 UT without any program ID. Must have been `Radiolab` as per KOSU sked. All I want to do is find a recording/podcast of this week`s complete show since I heard only some fragments. But program website is completely unhelpful, not even a search funxion: all kinds of stuff in segments for years, and some seem on related topix, but I give up! One thing I noticed that in SFX of tuning an AM radio in Britain overnight after BBC signed off, hearing classical music on strong German stations: did Hitler make the musicians play all night? we hear squishy noises and RTTY! Better not be on AM!! Or a horrible radio picking up SW images. How could Radio people be so ignorant about the basix? But such nonsense is standard for tuning-around SFX (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 2126 monitoring: confirmed UT Saturday February 19 at 0230 on WRMI 9395, S9/S5 into Minneapolis KiwiSDR.

Also confirmed at 1715 the Sat Feb 19 1700 on WRN N America webcast. Next:

2030vUT Saturday WA0RCR 1860-AM
0030 UT Sunday WRMI 7730 to WNW
0400vUT Sunday WA0RCR 1860-AM [nominal 0415; as late as 0530] 1330 UT Sunday WMRI Europe via Ch 292 Germany 9670
2100 UT Sunday IRRS 1323-Italy
2330 UT Sunday WRMI 5950 to NNW
0030 UT Monday WRMI 7730 to WNW
0400vUT Monday WBCQ 6160v Area 51 to WSW
0130 UT Tuesday WRMI 9395 to NNW [NEW] 2330 UT Tuesday WRMI 9955 to SSE [jammed?] 1030 UT Wednesday WRMI 5850 to NW
2200 UT Wednesday WBCQ 7490v to WSW
0130 UT Thursday WRMI 9395 to NNW
0130 UT Thursday WRMI 5010 to S

Full schedule including AM, FM, webcasts, satellite, podcasts:

Our non-commercial broadcasts and website depend on voluntary support. Thanks this week to Robert Weller, DC, for a generous contribution via PayPal to woradio at not necessarily US$

One may also contribute by MO or check in US$ on a US bank to: Glenn Hauser, PO Box 1684, Enid OK 73702, USA (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. 5830, Feb 19 at 0655, S9+30 of dead air on WTWW-1; while 5085 WTWW-2 is modulating rock at S9+40/50. Obviously Ted is paying more attention to his toy than to Scriptures for America which is paying the bills and salary (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

This report dispatched at 1946 UT February 19

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