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Hello Whammy! Welcome to Wikipedia! Thank you for your contributions. If you decide that you need help, check out Wikipedia:Where to ask a question, ask me on my talk page, or place {{helpme}} on your talk page and someone will show up shortly to answer your questions. Please remember to sign your name on talk pages using four tildes (~~~~); this will automatically produce your name and the date. Finally, Please do your best to always fill in the edit summary field. This is considered an important guideline in Wikipedia. Even a short summary is better than no summary. Below are some recommended guidelines to facilitate your involvement. Happy Editing! -- Kukini 07:37, 2 September 2006 (UTC)
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The Pulse (radio station)[edit]

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Notability of DJ Whammy[edit]

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Notability of Yegor Veklich[edit]

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Notability of Steve Webb (radio)[edit]

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Product naming convention[edit]

Products on wikipedia are typically named [mfg] [Name]. For example you will find Ford Mustang, not Mustang (Ford). I suggest for your future helio product pages you follow this convention. Daniel.Cardenas 17:41, 5 April 2007 (UTC)

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KSRY (then KOSS), KTPI-FM and KVVS page swaps.[edit]

I'm going to attempt a bunch of page moves to keep the edit history with the frequencies per wiki radio project guidelines. When a station changes call letters (even if it's a frequency swap) the page should be "moved" to the new call sign. Don't panic if you see some cut and paste and unconventional moves going on, it can be tricky swapping pages but I've managed to do several frequency swaps now. Thanks.RobDe68 (talk) 04:50, 22 February 2008 (UTC)

  • No problem sir. I just wanted to make you aware in case you stumbled across the pages before I was done moving them. Don't worry about the copy/paste job, frequency swaps are usually complicated. It is best to keep the histories with the respective frequencies, especially in these smaller markets that seem to move formats around all the time. Keep up the good work. RobDe68 (talk) 04:25, 26 February 2008 (UTC)

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About KSRY[edit]

Since you removed the (removed "former format is now at KSRY") on the KVVS page I removed the former format for KTPI on the KSRY page. --JoeCool950 (talk) 20:15, 25 March 2008 (UTC)

KSRY[edit]

Star 98.7 is actually Modern Rock, not Modern adult contemporary. That's why I had KSRY linked. I fixed it. Since that's the case, there's no need to link 105.5 to KSRY. KSRY (formerly KOSS/KTPI-FM) is a far change from Adult Contemporary, which is what "The Oasis" was. Since that's the case, we won't link them. Just thought I'd let you know about the format though what it is. --JoeCool950 (talk) 02:53, 26 March 2008 (UTC)

About KSRY Format[edit]

I saw where you were talking about KYSR being Modern AC, so I fixed it to that, which is how it will stay, because Modern AC and Modern Rock are basically the same thing. There's a link when you click on Mondern AC that links it to Modern Rock, so probably really didn't matter what it said. We'll leave it as Modern AC, since the station claims to be Modern AC. I double check though.--JoeCool950 (talk) 20:41, 26 March 2008 (UTC)

KSRY Format[edit]

I will keep up the good editing work. I noticed it on the KYSR page that it said Modern Rock. The confusion is what it says on the page about KYSR. That might need to be edited on KYSR. By any chance, do you know who Rtphokie is? Whoever it is took off the schedule I had on the KBKO-FM page. Don't know why. I'm going to watch that. --JoeCool950 (talk) 03:43, 29 March 2008 (UTC)

High Desert Radio[edit]

The High Desert Radio Template needs to be Death Valley also, to inlcude the radio stations for that area. All the ones that are for Victorville can stay off. Just wanted to let you know.--JoeCool950 (talk) 02:24, 5 April 2008 (UTC)

About High Desert Radio[edit]

Will you look into this, the reason why the template should be Death Valley/ High Desert Radio is because of these radio stations: KMQA, KCNQ, and KVLI-FM. Look into them and let me know if they should be on the Bakersfield Radio template. If so, I'll move them. I did take off the stations that were on the Victor Valley Radio template. Don't need them on both. Let me know about the stations that I mentioned, KMQA, KCNQ, KVLI-FM. Thanks. --JoeCool950 (talk) 04:57, 12 April 2008 (UTC)

About High Desert Radio[edit]

If you want to, that sound's good to me, especially if those stations you know of can't be heard in Death Valley. For those stations that mention that, it's kind of misleading, so if you can switch those stations you know of, that would be cool, and I'll see about the other radio station or stations.--JoeCool950 (talk) 04:20, 14 April 2008 (UTC)

Check out KMQA,KCNQ, and KVLI-FM[edit]

I checked out the stations further that said Death Valley still, check them out. I went to where it says Query Arbitron's FM station database. It lists what the liscence area is for each station, I'm guessing. Check it out to see if they're right. They don't say Death Valley on none of them. I think Rtphokie just needs to leave those stations alone. If they're correct now, watch them to see if he changes them back. If he does, make note of them and let Rtphokie not to switch them, that they don't serve the Death Valley Area. It clearly says that on there. I've got your back on these stations, since I checked them out too. Rtphokie needs to do more researching on the Broadcast Area, before putting that on there. I agree that with what I looked up on Death Valley/ High Desert being High Desert / Eastern Sierra Radio.--JoeCool950 (talk) 04:50, 14 April 2008 (UTC)

About Template for High Desert Eastern Sierra[edit]

Whammy,

 Let me know if you like the template.  It's High Desert/ Eastern Sierra Radio.  When you go to the template, it will say the name of them template being that, but for the area itself, so the viewers know which Sierra where talking about, it will say High Desert Sierra Nevada (US), since that's the mountain range we're referring too.  I would add Eastern, but that would make it too confusing.  I'm seeing if I can get Rtphokie to change the bottom part where it still says Death Valley/High Desert to High Desert/Eastern Sierra.  Just check out the template and let me know if you like that.  If you want to add Eastern into the area, you're more than welcome to, just let me know if you like that though.  --JoeCool950 (talk) 00:45, 28 April 2008 (UTC)

Template for High Desert Eastern Sierra[edit]

The template for

is all fixed up now. You can look at it and let me know what you think. Now that it no longer says Death Valley in it, no one had better switch that back, that includes me. I had Rtphokie correct the bottom part too. Wasn't sure how to do that, but he corrected that also. Respond back on my my talk and let me know what you think of the template now!!!! I looked into having all that done today. When you click on Eastern Sierra, there's a page that talks about the Sierra Nevadas, because that's the Eastern Sierras you're referring too. It makes more since having that be Eastern Sierra, since we're near the Sierra Nevada. Nowhere near Death Valley. Hopefully you like the template now. --JoeCool950 (talk) 02:48, 28 April 2008 (UTC)

Question[edit]

Could you tell me who Lucasbfr is? He earlier put a block on my user page for a stupid user move I did that I did. If you look under my history, you can see what it was. Now, he put a protection on my User name for some reason, which is wrong. It says ([Protected User: JoeCool950 [move=sysop])or something like that. I haven't gotten a response from him. The protected thing that he put on it has it to where I can't rename my username, if I don't like the JoeCool950 one. Although, would you advise me using the Move button to change my user name, or Wikipedia: Change username? --JoeCool950 (talk) 07:08, 2 May 2008 (UTC)

Question[edit]

Could you let me know if there's a way to take this off (Protected User:JoeCool950 [move=sysop]). Lucasbfr is probably affraid I'm going to move the page again. --JoeCool950 (talk) 06:08, 6 May 2008 (UTC)

Protection[edit]

Yeah, the protection got taken care of. Just to note, the administrators if you change your username would whether you use Wikipedia: Changing username instead of moving the page yourself. The administrator that protected the page unprotected it, but since I know about Wikipedia: Changing username, if I think of a safer username, I'll go to that, although I'm chaning it back to it's original because the administrator mentioned, if he were me, it would be a smart idea to keep my real name low. I'll take his opinion, since you don't know what could go on, on the internet. --Joey Kaminski (talk) 19:10, 10 May 2008 (UTC)

KMQA[edit]

This station KMQA was on the High Desert Eastern Sierra page. I took it off and put it on the one for Visalia-Tulare. It made no since being on the High Desert Eastern Sierra page. The broadcast area was in Tulare. Hopefully I did the right thing taking that off. I was like Porterville is more like closer to Tulare than the High Desert. The High Desert Eastern Sierra page looks a lot better than it did and now makes more since. I'm glad I was able to get Rtphokie to change it for us. --JoeCool950 (talk) 03:39, 15 May 2008 (UTC)

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The Full Armor of God Broadcast[edit]

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When you have a minute, check out KVVS and let me know if you agree with what I fixed it to for the branding of the station. It did say 105-5 KIISFM. But since it's a simulcast of KIIS-FM in Los Angeles, shouldn't it say KIIS-FM (simulcast) like the KSRY page? Hopefully you agree. I took off the slogan to "AV's #1 Hit Music Station." I kind of think 105.5 doesn't actually say 105-5 KIIS FM, that shouldn't say that where it says branding in the infobox, and should indicate taht KVVS is KIIS-FM simulcasted. If you though think it should say it the other way, then by all means, you can change it back, but if you agree with how I have it, then let me know. I did mention in the info box it's a simulcast right next to KIIS-FM. I think if we have like that, then the KIIS-FM logo for 102.7 can be up there. Just let me know what you think. Thanks.--JoeCool950 (talk) 08:24, 26 November 2009 (UTC)

Yeah, that looks good! Great job! Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving! Whammy (talk) 19:04, 26 November 2009 (UTC)

I thought the way it was before was kind of misleading in making people think KVVS was still it's own station, when it's actually a simulcast like KSRY. Now I know when KVVS was at 97.7, they were at one point not simulcasted. If they decide to back as a local KIIS-FM, then we can change that when that happens, but probably won't. You have a wonderful Thanksgiving also.--JoeCool950 (talk) 01:47, 27 November 2009 (UTC)

I remember those days. I don't listen to KIIS FM anymore because I don't enjoy hip hop, but back in 2001 and before when they played good music I used to listen to 97.7 all the time. I remember the days with Chester The Arrester, Dan Sebastian and Jamie Lee. It was interesting, Dan Sebastian now works for Chase Bank and he called my house last month and I asked him "Did you used to work at 97.7 a long time ago?" and he started laughing hard and said "Yeah, that was me". I remember when I was about 8 or 9, I met Dan Sebastian in person and now 10 years later I got to speak to him again, it was pretty cool. But yeah, I seriously doubt that in this economy, they're just going to try and make money with as little effort as possible, I can't foresee them having any local jocks in the near future. That's probably why they scrapped Oasis, and with Clear Channel doing that illegal thing with 97.7's tower they now have a better signal in the AV. KTPI was the most popular station in the AV, and now 97.7 is stronger than 103.1, so that's probably why they moved it. If you're ever driving north on the 14 toward Mojave, look on the mountain to the left. You'll see 2 towers, the lighter colored one is 97.7 and the darker colored one is 103.9. You'll notice with 97.7's tower, their 2 bay antenna isn't on top of the pole at the top of the tower, instead they've moved it down onto the face of the dower to make it directional toward Lancaster, and doing it that way is illegal because it creates a null toward their city of license (Mojave). They probably got the idea from KFXM because they do the same thing, you'll see 96.7's 1 bay antenna off to the left on Northbound 14 just past Avenue A. It's on the face of the tower, making it directional. Whammy (talk) 02:32, 27 November 2009 (UTC)

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