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Adding class-IIA stations[edit]

Mlaffs recently added KTNN, which is a class-B (old class-IIA) station, which I reverted. As it stands now, this list includes only class-A stations. It would not be unreasonable to add the old class-IIA stations (there are only ~nine of them), but:

  • If any of them are added, all of them should be;
  • We would need a good third-party source, and the old station classes are no longer reflected in the FCC's records (having been superseded in 1982); and
  • Some of the original IIA facilities have since been downgraded significantly, like KBOI, and no longer have a significant nighttime service.

121a0012 (talk) 14:57, 7 July 2009 (UTC)

I removed the following stations: KBOI (AM), KDWN, KDXU, KGYN, KKOB (AM), KKOH, KOFI, KPNW, KRVN (AM), KTNN, KTWO (AM), WPTF. That's 12 of them, none class A, and all without citations explaining which were II-A and which were someone deciding a station should be listed just because it's old and can has been heard in a lot of places. I also added the missing Mexican stations XEOY-AM, XEPRS-AM, and XETQ-AM discussed in Talk:Clear-channel station#Missing Mexican Class A stations. --Closeapple (talk)