IBOC By State: Louisiana (Aug 2011)
Aug 3, 2011 10:23 AM
Ibiquity has a list of stations with licensed HD Radio technology and notes those on the air now. IBOC by state looks at various states and lists the stations making the transition. There are 27 stations in the Pelican State broadcasting 47 HD Radio channels.
MarketStationHD1 FormatHD2 FormatHD3 FormatOwner AlexandriaKLSA-FM 90.7News/ ClassicalClassicalNews/ TalkLouisiana State University Baton RougeWFMF-FM 102.5Top 40New CHR-Clear Channel Baton RougeKQXL-FM 106.5Urban AC–Citadel Baton RougeKYRK-FM 104.1RockPride-Clear Channel Baton RougeWSKR-AM 1210Sports–Clear Channel Baton RougeKRVE-FM 96.1Lite RockMy-Clear Channel Baton RougeWYNK-FM 101.5CountryNew Country-Clear Channel Baton RougeWRKF-FM 89.3News/TalkClassical-Public Radio Baton RougeWTGE-FM 100.7Country–Guaranty Broadcasting Company HammondKSLU-FM 90.9AAABlues-Southeastern Louisiana University LafayetteKTDY-FM 99.980s & 90s–Townsquare Media LLC LafayetteKMDL-FM 97.3Country–Townsquare Media LLC LafayetteKRVS-FM 88.7Variety–University of Louisiana at Lafayette MonroeKEDM-FM 90.3Variety–Northeast Louisiana University New OrleansWQUE-FM 93.3Hip HopClassic Hip-Hop-Clear Channel New OrleansWYLD-FM 98.5Rhythm/ BlueGroove-Clear Channel New OrleansWEZB-FM 97.1CHRAC – Rhythmic-Entercom Communications Corp. New OrleansWBYU-AM 1450Family Hits–Radio Disney New Orleans WWOZ-FM 90.7Variety–WWOZ New OrleansWLMG-FM 101.9Soft ACLove Songs-Entercom Communications Corp. New OrleansWWNO-FM 89.9Classical/ NPRNPR/ Classical – Counter HD1Jazz 24Louisiana State University New OrleansWKBU-FM 95.7Classic RockRock – Live Rock-Entercom Communications Corp. New OrleansWWL-FM 105.3News/ Talk/ SportsBlues-Entercom Communications Corp. New OrleansWBSN-FM 89.1Christian Contemporary–Providence Educational Foundation New OrleansWRNO-FM 99.5News/ TalkClassic Alternative-Clear Channel New OrleansWNOE-FM 101.1CountryFoggy Mountain-Clear Channel ShreveportKDAQ-FM 89.9News/ClassicalClassicalNews/ TalkLouisiana State University
The first SFN was built in the Baltimore area. The second SFN was constructed and tested with the assistance of Greater Media Boston, and consisted of an SFN booster site in Andover, MA….
Some 27 multiplex transmitters were turned on, providing coverage to all major cities and over all major Autobahns….