FM Es opening 7/22/21 into GA and FL

A very brief Sporadic E opening brought signals from Florida and Georgia into Northern Virginia on June 22.  Signals were first heard at 6:11 PM and lasted for about 2 minutes total between 6:11 and 6:20 PM.  The MUF of the opening was 96.1 FM.  Only one signal, 93.5 WMRG, was strong enough to decode RDS in the few seconds it came in.

Signals heard:

92.1 unID religious
92.1 unID CHR
93.5 WMRG Morgan, GA, 628 miles
95.1 WBPC Ebro, FL, 740 miles
97.7 unID rock, suspect 97.7 WYYX Bonifay, FL, 732 miles

Massive record-breaking Sporadic E opening 7/13/21. 39 new FM logs; 2000th FM log received

A massive, record-breaking Sporadic E opening blanketed the Eastern Seaboard of the United States on July 13, 2021, bringing in FM signals from Yucatán to Minnesota to my radios in Northern Virginia in a manner not seen in 11 years.

The banner day opening started at 8:30AM in earnest, with signals from Florida and Texas coming in off and on until about 2:30pm, when signals from Mexico were heard.  The skip returned at 7:10PM with two separate, simultaneous openings that shot up to the top of the FM band almost instantaneously without warning: one to the Upper Midwest, and a much more potent opening to the Deep South.  The skip ended at 10:10PM, resulting in 5.5 hours of cumulative Sporadic E reception. The majority of signals from the evening opening were from Southern Georgia, an area that is extremely rare to get here in Virginia due to distance and a usual deluge of signals from Louisiana and Tkexas that usually dominate the dial when skip is coming from that region–something that was largely absent this opening.

What set this e-skip opening apart from others in recent memory was its sheer force.  Most frequencies on the FM dial were full with at least four to five stations coming in at once, making identification of any of them very difficult.  Many of my local Washington, DC and Fredericksburg, VA local stations (89.7, 90.1, 92.7 97.1, 98.7, 99.1, 99.5, 100.3, 101.1, 101.5, 102.3, 107.3, and 107.9) were clobbered by Sporadic E-reflected signals, some completely gone without a trace at times.  In fact, I feel the only reason why I was able to get so many new logs was that I had my Airspy R2 SDR recording all frequencies between 88.7 and 98.3 FM.  Many of the new signals logged below were only received by a split-second RDS decode that I would’ve never received if I was manually dial scanning.  The amount of new logs from this opening, 39, is also something I have not achieved since an Es opening on 6/12/2009.  The July 13 opening also netted me my 2000th FM station logged, something I’ve been working toward since 1999.

The record breaking didn’t end there.  The July 13 opening brought in the closest FM station I have ever received in 21 years via Sporadic E: 89.9 WJWJ at 453 miles.  WJWJ’s state of South Carolina, with this opening, is the first new state received via Es in years, the closest state I’ve received skip from, and the only U.S. state I have received signals from both via tropospheric ducting and Sporadic E.  The day’s opening also added a new estado from rarely-received Mexico to my logbook, Yucatán.

My DX Logs and RDS/HD Radio Screenshots have been updated with the new logs below.

new = new station logged

88.9 WYFE Tarpon Springs, FL, 776 miles

new 88.9 WWIO-FM Brunswick, GA, 568 miles

89.1 WSMR Sarasota, FL, 852 miles
89.1 WUFT-FM Gainesville, FL, 683 miles

new 89.5 KYFL Monroe, LA, 934 miles

89.5 WAYJ Naples, FL, 904 miles

new 89.5 WGSG Mayo, FL, 682 miles

89.7 WUSF Tampa, FL, 801 miles over local W209BY

new 89.9 WJWJ-FM Beaufort, SC, 453 miles

89.9 WMAB-FM Mississippi State, MS, 758 miles

89.9 WWNO New Orleans, LA, 945 miles
new 90.1 WXVS Waycross, GA, 594 miles over local WCSP-FM

new 90.1 WFRU Quincy, FL, 689 miles over local WCSP-FM

new 90.3 WJLH Flagler Beach, FL, 679 miles

new 90.3 WHCJ Savannah, GA, 505 miles

new 90.3 WEJF Palm Bay, FL, 758 miles

91.3 WLRN-FM Miami, FL, 893 miles

new 91.7 WMVV Griffin, GA, 529 miles

92.1 WCTQ Venice, FL, 850 miles
92.1 WNFK Perry, FL, 690 miles
new 92.1 WBTR-FM Carrollton, GA, 557 miles

new 92.1 WKXY Merigold, MS, 816 miles

92.1 WZEW Fairhope, AL, 834 miles

92.3 WWKA Orlando, FL, 731 miles

92.3 WCMQ-FM Hialeah, FL, 906 miles
92.3 WZRH Laplace, LA, 974 miles
new 92.5 KVPI-FM Ville Platte, LA, 1014 miles

92.5 WYUU Safety Harbor, FL, 807 miles
new 92.5 WPAP Panama City, FL, 730 miles

new 92.5 WEKS Zebulon, GA, 556 miles

92.9 WMFQ Ocala, FL, 717 miles
92.9 WIKX Charlotte Harbor, FL, 862 miles
92.9 WBLX-FM Mobile, AL, 810 miles
new 93.1 WKRO-FM Port Orange, FL, 690 miles

93.1 WFEZ Miami, FL, 894 miles
new 93.1 WBBK-FM Blakely, GA, 672 miles

new 93.5 XHPTLM-FM Tulum, YUC, 1408 miles

93.5 WFDZ Perry, FL, 690 miles
new 93.5 WZFL Islamorada, FL, 965 miles

new 93.5 WMRG Morgan, GA, 628 miles

93.5 WKWX Savannah, GA, 645 miles

93.5 KKOT Columbus, NE, 1094 miles

93.7 WGYL Vero Beach, FL, 785 miles
new 94.3 WNFB Lake City, FL, 670 miles

94.5 WARO Naples, FL, 890 miles
94.5 WFLF Parker, FL, 762 miles (received detuned on 94.467 MHz due to local 94.7 WIAD’s IBOC sideband)

94.9 WWRM Tampa, FL, 803 miles

94.9 WZTU Miami Beach, FL, 894 miles

95.7 WBTP Clearwater, FL, 807 miles
new 96.1 WEJZ Jacksonville, FL, 627 miles

96.1 WHBX Tallahassee, FL, 705 miles

96.1 KMRX El Dorado, AR, 936 miles

new 96.1 WXFL Florence, AL, 617 miles

96.5 WZNS Ft. Walton Beach, FL, 779 miles

96.5 WPOW Miami, FL, 894 miles

96.9 WDJR Enterprise, AL, 719 miles
new 97.1 WOKK Meridian, MS, 776 miles over local WASH
new 97.3 WGEX Bainbridge, GA, 661 miles

new 97.7 XHGL-FM Mérida, YUC, 1424 miles

new 97.7 WTCQ Vidalia, GA, 531 miles

97.7 KNBB Dubach, LA, 608 miles
97.9 WXTB Clearwater, FL, 790 miles
97.9 WTSM Woodville, FL, 692 miles
97.9 WRMF Palm Beach, FL, 839 miles
new 97.9 WIBB-FM Ft. Valley, GA, 556 miles

98.5 KQKQ-FM Council Bluffs, IA, 1007 miles
99.3 WEBZ Mexico Beach, FL, 754 miles
99.3 WKCN Lumpkin, GA, 621 miles
99.7 WJMI Jackson, MS, 854 miles
100.1 KRVV Bastrop, LA, 919 miles
new 100.1 WWLY Panama City Beach, FL, 759 miles

100.5 KIKN-FM Salem, MO, 1099 miles
new 100.5 WJQX Helena, AL, 677 miles

100.7 WDMS Greenville, MS, 849 miles

100.9 WJXN-FM Utica, MS, 865 miles
101.3 WJDQ Meridian, MS, 777 miles
new 101.3 KDPX Pine Bluff, AR, 865 miles
101.7 KYDA Azle, TX, 1183 miles
101.9 KMVX Monroe, LA, 944 miles
101.9 WWGR Ft. Myers, FL, 882 miles
new 102.1 WWAV Santa Rosa Beach, FL, 778 miles

102.1 KYBG Basile, LA, 1044 miles
new 102.9 KRFG Nashwauk, MN, 993 miles
103.3 KIXB El Dorado, AR, 951 miles
103.9 WYAB Flora, MS, 843 miles
new 105.5 WSSQ Sterling, IL, 691 miles

105.5 WYZB Mary Esther, FL, 779 miles
106.1 KXRR Monroe, LA, 928 miles
new 106.1 KLSS-FM Mason City, IA, 881 miles

106.1 KXKU Lyons, KS, 1114 miles
106.1 KHKS Denton, TX, 1180 miles

new 107.1 WURN-FM Key Largo, FL, 943 miles

new 107.1 WCKT Lehigh Acres, FL, 891 miles
new 107.3 KISX Whitehouse, TX, 1097 miles over local WLVW

FM E-Skip Opening 7/8/21 into Canadian Maritimes and NE, 1 new log

Radio signals from the Canadian Maritimes, and an outlier from Nebraska, were heard in Northern Virginia on July 9 via Sporadic E.  While I missed this opening live, my Airspy SDR was recording all frequencies from 89.3 to 98.3 FM.  Upon reviewing the unattended recordings, I found 96.1 KICX from Nebraska in for some time at 3:31 PM.  Skip then dipped and returned with signals from the Canadian Maritimes between 5PM and 7PM.  Overall, skip was in FM for about 20 minutes cumulative throughout the day with a MUF of 96.1 FM.  Here’s what I heard:

(unID=unidentified)
new = new station logged

Early opening into Nebraska:
96.1 KICX Mccook, NE, 1250 miles

Later opening into Canada:
90.3 unID CBC News, suspect CBNM-FM 90.3

new 90.7 CBN-FM-1 Grand Falls, NL, 1303 miles

91.7 unID CBC Music, suspect CBN-FM-5 Marystown, NL
92.1 unID CBC News, suspect CBHY-FM Yarmouth, NS
92.3 unID French talk
92.5 unID French talk
93.5 unID French talk
96.1 unID syndicated talk
96.1 unID French soft AC/standards music

My DX Logs have been updated with the new logging above.

FM E-Skip opening 6/15/21 into FL, LA, MB, MN, MS, TX, 3 new logs and second opening from 6/11/21 to FL and Bermuda

Radio signals from Florida to Manitoba were received in Northern Virginia via Sporadic E on June 15, 2021, resulting in 3 new FM logs.  At about 9:39 AM, stations from Mississippi and the panhandle of Florida slowly came in with RDS strength.  Soon afterward, a few Miami-area low band FM stations were seen, also with RDS.  The paths shifted slightly to Texas and Louisiana, bringing in signals from Houston and New Orleans, respectively, before flipping back to the southeastern Florida and back to Lousiana by 11:40AM.  The skip dissipated by noon, but was quickly back at about 3:12PM, this time bringing in signals from northern Minnesota and Manitoba very briefly before ending for good.  All in all, about 95 minutes of cumulative skip with a MUF, or highest frequency skip was observed on, of 105.7 FM.

The opening has been the best so far in the 2021 season.  Signals, although with deep fades, were strong enough to decode RDS and be “seen” under local radio station IBOC sidebands on the Airspy R2 radio.  The stations received were not strong enough to decode HD Radio, nor did anything overpower a local radio station, although a few semi-local signals disappeared to skip signals.

My FM DX Log and FM HD Radio/RDS Screenshots pages have been updated with the new content below.

new = new station logged
unID = unidentified signal

Stations received on June 15, first opening into the southeastern USA:

88.1 unID religious talk
88.1 unID ccm
88.9 unID public radio
88.9 unID religious talk
89.1 WPAS Pascagoula, MS, 847 miles

89.1 WUFT-FM Gainesville, FL, 683 miles

89.1 WSMR Sarasota, FL, 852 miles

89.9 unID religious talk
90.7 unID jazz, suspect WWOZ New Orleans, LA, 945 miles
91.7 unID religious talk
92.1 KROI Seabrook, TX, 1212 miles
92.1 KTSR De Quincy, LA, 1082 miles
92.3 WZRH Laplace, LA, 974 miles
92.3 WCMQ-FM Hialeah, FL, 906 miles

92.9 WMFQ Ocala, FL, 717 miles
92.9 WIKX Charlotte Harbor, FL, 862 miles

93.1 WFEZ Miami, FL, 894 miles

93.1 KQID-FM Alexandria, LA, 972 miles
93.5 either WZFL Islamorada, FL, WBGF Belle Glade, FL, or W228BY Miami, FL (simulcasts)
93.7 unID ads
94.3 WTIX Galliano, LA, 953 miles over local 94.3 WLZV
94.5 WJZD Long Beach, MS, 877 miles
96.5 unID CHR, suspect WPOW
97.7 WAVK Marathon, FL, 984 miles

99.9 WKIS Boca Raton, FL, 891 miles
100.7 unID ads, suspect miami
101.3 unID ads
101.7 unID local ads, either WCZR Vero Beach, FL, 777 miles, or W269DS North Palm Beach, FL, 819 miles
102.1 unID country
102.5 unID talk, suspect tampa
102.9 WJGO Tice, FL, 884 miles

103.1 WIRK Indiantown, FL, 821 miles
103.9 unID CHR
new 104.3 WSFS Miramar, FL, 891 miles

new 105.7 WGAY Sugarloaf Key, FL, 997 miles

Stations received on June 15, second opening into the Upper Midwest:

new 92.5 KKWQ Warroad, MN, 1140 miles

92.9 unID hot AC
93.5 unID french talk
93.5 CJEL-FM Winkler, MB, 1255 miles
93.7 unID CHR
96.1 KQHT Crookston, MN, 1166 miles
103.3 unID classic rock
103.7 KKBJ-FM Bemidji, MN, 1072 miles
103.9 unID country

A few days prior, on June 11, a much briefer and weaker opening into South Florida and Bermuda brought in two previously logged signals, as listed below.  Even with about 10 minutes of skip and a MUF of 92.9 FM, this opening did net my first RDS decode from Bermuda, a country rarely logged here in Virginia.

Stations received on June 11:

89.1 ZBM-FM Hamilton, Bermuda, 829 miles

89.5 unID ccm
92.1 unID hot AC
92.9 WIKX Charlotte Harbor, FL, 862 miles

FM E-Skip opening 6/6/21 into FL, LA, MS

A very weak sporadic E opening was heard in Northern Virginia on June 6, this time into the deep south.  I didn’t get to my radios until about 7:55PM, but unattended Airspy IQ recordings covering 88.1 to 96.5 FM found previously-logged 92.1 WECQ from the Gulf Coast of Florida in with advertisements at about 7:17 PM.  From that time until I manned my radios at 7:55PM, a few other signals popped in, mostly weak, except for a very brief first-time RDS decode from relog 89.9 WWNO.  Overall, the opening ended at around 8:05 PM and never really picked up.  I added the screenshot from WWNO to my HD Radio/RDS Screenshots gallery page.

stations received:

89.1 unID ccm
89.9 WWNO New Orleans, LA, 945 miles

90.3 unID oldies music
91.7 WAOY Gulfport, MS, “AFR” – ccm, with legal ID, 866 miles
92.1 WECQ Destin, FL, with local ads, 768 miles
92.3 rock, suspect WZRH LaPlace, LA
93.5 unID urban
94.5 KRUF Shreveport, LA, “K94-5” – CHR, with local ads, 1021 miles

Travel DX log from Roanoke, VA updated with 14 new logs and screenshots

It goes without saying that the past year and a half have been difficult for everyone. Traveling is something I love to do, and I was unable to safely travel at all during this past year until this past weekend, when I went on a brief weekend trip to Roanoke, VA. Roanoke, located in the southwestern region of Virginia, is 185 miles away from my home in the northeastern corner of the state. While in Roanoke, I added 14 new FM logs and a bunch of RDS and HD Radio screenshots to my existing travel DX log from the city. Click here to view the PDF log with detailed information, or click here to see my log with the HD Radio and RDS screenshots.

FM E-Skip opening 5/21/21 into Nebraska

For the second day in a week, Sporadic E was observed on the FM dial in Northern Virginia. Starting at 7:30 PM, a few weak fade-ups in the lower FM band were heard, none with exact IDs, but I did hear local ads for “Lexington” on 93.1, which I am certain was previously-logged KRVN, based on other online reports at the time of other DXers getting signals into the Midwest. The opening lasted about 5 minutes total and had a MUF, or maximum usable frequency, of 93.5 FM.

Stations heard:

88.7 unID NPR, suspected KLNE Lexington, NE
91.7 unID religious
92.9 unID classic rock, suspected KTGL Beatrice, NE
93.1 KRVN Lexington, NE, 1202 miles
93.5 unID religious

First Sporadic E-Skip opening of 2021 and 1 new FM log from tropo opening

The 2021 DX season has picked up dramatically in Northern Virginia the past few days, with an all-night tropo opening that net me one new FM station, followed a day later by the year’s first Sporadic E opening that, by itself, lasted longer than all openings I received during the entire 2020 Sporadic E season.

On May 18, a strong overnight tropo event brought in the usual Richmond, VA, Norfolk, VA, and Outer Banks, NC-area signals from the southeast that I get many times each year. Surprisingly, the usually concurrent tropo-enhanced signals from the east (i.e. the Maryland Eastern Shore, Delaware, and New Jersey), were absent. Instead of hearing the usual occupant of 93.5 FM here during any tropo event, active rocker WZBH Millsboro, DE, I heard classic hits music. Intrigued, I stayed on the frequency, hearing a liner from 93.5 W228DX Williamsburg, VA, 98 miles @ 180 watts, “93-5 The Burg.”

The next day, sporadic E signals from Nova Scotia in Canada appeared on my radios at about 5:00 PM. The majority of the opening, which lasted 73 minutes, had a MUF, or maximum usable frequency–the highest frequency Es was observed, of 91.7, however there were a few fadeups mid-band and an outlier all by itself at 106.9 FM. Most of the signals were brief and not identified.

This first opening of the 2021 E-Skip season, although weak, by itself beat the entire cumulative duration of all FM Es openings observed on my radios in Northern Virginia in 2020, 2019, and 2017, by 34, 9, and 40 minutes, respectively. In the past five years, I’ve only seen more skip than this first 2021 opening twice, in 2018 (347 minutes) and 2016 (414 minutes). While I am cautiously optimistic of what the 2021 skip season may bring, today’s totals still pale in comparison to the 1471 minutes, or 24.51 cumulative hours I received of skip in 2014.

E-Skip signals heard May 19:

90.3 CBHN-FM New Glasgow, NS, 884 miles with a local weather forecast for St. John’s, NB
90.7 unID, suspect CBN-FM-1 with music
91.7 CBN-FM-5 Marystown, NL, 1256 miles, “CBC Music” – hot AC
92.1 CJOZ-FM Bonavista, NL, 1382 miles, “Oz FM” – rock, with RDS. Interestingly, the station’s PI code of A795 is incorrect and displays as WKOZ (the real WKOZ is on 98.3 FM in Carthage, MS).

93.7 unID with CBC news, suspect CBNL-FM Clarenville, NL
96.7 unID music fading in briefly over local translator
101.9 unID very weak signal fading in over semi-local WLIF Baltimore, MD
106.9 unID soft AC/standards music

My FM DX Log has been updated with the new logging of 93.5 W228DX. I added the RDS screenshot of CJOZ to my FM RDS/HD Radio Screenshots page.

4 more new FM stations from super 9/9/20 tropo opening logged

On September 9, 2020, I experienced a mammoth tropospheric duct opening which brought stations from Nova Scotia and New England to my home in northern Virginia, at distances up to 813 miles away and bringing in 30 new stations logged.

Although a few months have passed since this record-breaking opening, I kept about six hours of RF recording from roughly 95.1-103.5 FM recorded during the overnight hours and finally had some time to really go over it all in-depth. The result of my deep review is the revelation of four more new stations from the opening, bringing the grand total to 34 new stations logged.

My FM DX Log has been updated with the new stations listed below.

95.9 WATD-FM Marshfield MA, 420 miles

96.1 WSRS Worcester, MA, “96-1 SRS” – AC, 378 miles

97.7 WCTY Norwich, CT “97.7 WCTY” – country, 335 miles

102.3 WMOS Stonington, CT, “102.3 The Wolf” – country, 344 miles over local 102.3 WMMJ

Record-breaking massive tropo opening into New England and Canada 9/9/20, 30 new FM logs

Radio signals from Nova Scotia were heard over 800 miles away in Northern Virginia during a massive tropospheric ducting event in the overnight hours of September 9, 2020.

The duct, which began shortly before midnight Sept. 8, also brought in sustained signals from Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and New York with distances over 400 miles away continuously until about 11 AM.  Other DXers in New England reported receiving signals from near my home in Virginia at comparable distances, and a reader in Nova Scotia told me that she also received stations from Massachusetts during the event.

See the orange and pink area depicting the tropo duct from Virginia to Nova Scotia as reported by the Hepburn Tropo Index on Sept. 9, 2020. Click to enlarge.

I turned on my radios at 11:44 PM Sept. 8 and immediately found 98.1 WCTK, a never before-received signal from New Bedford, MA at 393 miles away, booming in with decoded HD Radio.  Soon after, I found more signals from throughout New England coming in.

The golden prize of the opening didn’t occur until 1:36 AM, when I discovered a weak signal from 103.5 CKHZ-FM Halifax, NS in Canada coming in right over local 103.5 WTOP.  CKHZ-FM, at 813 miles away, is now the furthest radio station I have received via tropospheric ducting, unseating my previous record set in 2005 by 99.9 WQRC Barnstable, MA at 420 miles away.  It also marked the first time that I received a different country on the radio dial at my home via tropo.  WTOP is a very strong local signal at 21 miles away from me, so the fact that CKHZ-FM was able to come in over it is simply amazing.  Two other Canadian stations from the Halifax area of Nova Scotia, previously-logged 95.7 CJNI-FM and 100.1 CIOO-FM, were also heard.  All in all, I received 30 new radio stations during the opening.  A list of these new stations can be found further below in this post.

The opening also gave me my first “three prong” signal–a signal that was heard separately, at different times, via the three major radio signal propagation methods: Sporadic E-Skip, meteor scatter, and tropospheric ducting.  That station is Halifax’s 100.1 CIOO-FM.  I first heard CIOO-FM via meteor scatter propagation on Sept. 20, 2006 and a few times since then via skip.  Given limitations related to propagation and distance, having a three prong signal is very rare and it took me 21 years to get one.

Tropo enhancement with signals coming in over 400 miles away as observed in this tropo duct is common in the southeastern USA and Gulf Coast, but it is unheard of in the Mid-Atlantic region of the country where I live.  DXers in New England will, occasionally, receive stations from Virginia and the Carolinas, but the reception is usually one way and I don’t benefit from it as the endpoints of the duct are usually out of range for me.  My distant receptions to north and northeast often bottom out at New York City, which is 225 miles away.  These stations are usually in for less than an hour before the duct falls apart and they disappear.  To have an all-night opening bringing signals 400-820 miles away is something that just doesn’t happen in my area.

Throughout the opening, many of my local Washington, DC and Fredericksburg, VA radio stations were fighting with New England stations for control of the frequency.  Some local signals were simply gone off the dial without a trace, with multiple distant signals coming in all at once in place of them.  The pile-up of so many signals coming in at once reminded me of the once-in-a-lifetime colossal July 6, 2004 sporadic E opening, where almost every local radio station of mine disappeared to far-away signals coming in from the Midwest.

Below is a list of the stations I received from the tropo opening, including HD Radio and RDS screenshots, which have been added to my RDS/HD Radio Screenshots Gallery page.  For brevity, I have only included previously-logged stations beyond 150 miles away that I don’t usually receive at my home during DX events.  My FM DX Log has also been updated with the new content.  Click on the audio players to hear audio from stations.

new = new station logged


new 88.9 WERS Boston, MA, college, 414 miles

new 89.7 WGBH Boston, MA, public radio, 406 miles over local W209BY

new 92.3 WPRO-FM Providence, RI, “92 Pro FM” – CHR, 375 miles

new 93.3 WSNE-FM Taunton, MA “Coast 93-3” – hot AC, 385 miles over local WFLS

93.1 WPAT-FM Paterson, NJ, “Amor 93.1” – spanish, 223 miles

new 93.7 WEEI-FM Lawrence, MA “WEEI” – sports, 424 miles

new 93.9 W230CO Seaford, DE, “La ZMX 93.9” – spanish, 91 miles over local WKYS

93.9 WNYC-FM New York, NY, public radio, 223 miles over WKYS

94.1 WHJY Providence, RI, “94 HJY” – rock, 379 miles

new 95.1 WXTK West Yarmouth, MA, talk, 424 miles

95.7 CJNI-FM Halifax, NS “News 95-7” – news, 813 miles

new 96.1 WJVC Center Moriches, NY, “My Country 96.1” – country, 283 miles

new 96.3 WEII Dennis, MA, “Cape Cod Sports Radio 96-3” – sports, 430 miles over local WHUR

new 96.7 WARW-FM Port Chester, NY, “Air 1” – religious, 242 miles

new 96.9 WBQT Boston, MA, “Hot 96-9” – urban, 413 miles

97.5 WALK-FM Patchogue, NY, “Walk 97.5” – hot AC, 271 miles

new 97.7 WKAF Brockton, MA, “The New 97-7” – classic CHR, 406 miles

97.9 WSKQ-FM New York, NY, “La Mega 97.9” – spanish, 226 miles

new 98.1 WCTK New Bedford, MA, “98.1 Cat Country” – country, 393 miles

new 98.3 WKJY Hempstead, NY, “K-Joy 98.3” – AC, 240 miles

98.7 WEPN-FM New York, NY, “ESPN Radio” – sports, 227 miles over local WMZQ

new 99.1 WPLM-FM Plymouth, MA, “Easy 99.1” – AC, 414 miles over local WDCH

new 99.7 WEAN-FM Wakefield, RI, “WPRO” – talk, 359 miles

99.9 WODE-FM Easton, PA, “99-9 The Hawk” – classic hits, 179 miles

99.9 WEZN Bridgeport, CT, “Star 99-9” – AC, 281 miles

100.1 CIOO-FM Halifax, NS, “C100” – CHR, 812 miles

new 100.7 WZLX Boston, MA, “100.7 WZLX” – classic rock, 413 miles

100.9 WKNL New London, CT, “K-Hits FM” – classic hits, 331 miles

101.3 WKCI-FM Hamden, CT, “KC 101” – CHR, 297 miles

new 101.5 WKFY East Harwich, MA, “Koffee FM” – AC, 438 miles over local WBQB

new 101.7 WBEA Southold, NY, “101-7 The Beach” – CHR, 292 miles

new 101.7 WBWL-FM Lynn, MA, “101-7 The Bull” – country, 416 miles

new 101.9 WCIB Falmouth, MA, “Cool 102” – classic hits, 405 miles

101.9 WFAN-FM New York, NY, “Sports Radio 66 and 101-9 FM The Fan” – sports, 225 miles

102.1 W271CX Milford, DE, “Cool 102-1” – classic hits, 97 miles

new 102.3 WBAB Babylon, NY, “102.3 WBAB” – classic rock, 256 miles over local WMMJ

new 102.9 WPXC Hyannis, MA, “Pixy 103” – classic rock, 421 miles

103.1 WBZO Bay Shore, NY, “103.1 Max FM” – classic hits, 250 miles

new 103.5 CKHZ-FM Halifax, NS, “Hot Country 103-5” – country, 813 miles over local WTOP

103.7 WVEI-FM Westerly, RI, “Sports Radio 103.7 WEEI” – sports, 346 miles

new 105.1 WWLI Providence, RI, “Lite Rock 105” – AC, 375 miles over local WAVA

new 105.7 WROR-FM Framingham, MA, “105.7 WROR” – classic hits, 413 miles

new 106.1 WCOD-FM Hyannis, MA, “106 WCOD’ – hot AC, 430 miles

new 106.7 WMJX Boston, MA, “Magic 106.7” – hot AC, 413 miles over local WJFK

new 107.5 WFCC-FM Chatham, MA, “Cape Classical 107.5 WFCC” – classical, 438 miles

new 107.7 WWRX Bradford, RI, “Jammin 107-7” – CHR, 342 miles over local WWWT

new 107.9 WXKS-FM Medford, MA, “Kiss 108” – CHR, 413 miles over local WLZL

107.9 WEBE Westport, CT, “WeBe 108” – hot AC, 276 miles over local WLZL