Wednesday, February 06, 2008


A little bit back I asked if anyone knew what the Asian language station I was hearing on 1600 khz was. Now I have the answer. It's KZGX from Watertown, Minnesota. At the bottom of the hour I managed to catch the announcer saying "1600 kilohertz, Watertown," and with a bit of looking found out the callsign. They currently broadcast in the Hmong language. This was heard once again with the Sony SRF-59 mentioned in the previous post. A much easier catch in Saskatoon if you want to hear a Minnesota station is KSTP on 1500 khz, which at night produces a steady signal clearly audable on many radios.

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