Weak signal enhancement to central Virginia on May 19 brought in a new signal, 95.3 W237BA. The station, which simulcasts nearby 105.5 WOJL Louisa, VA, airs a classic rock format. The station was received in my car during my commute, less than a mile from my home. Its signal was difficult to get at 178 watts, mixing in with Richmond’s 95.3 WKHK. This marks the first new FM station received in two years on the 95.3 frequency–something mainly due to the frequency normally being cluttered by HD Radio interference from local 95.5 WPGC. Thankfully, WPGC’s IBOC has been off-air for most of this year, opening up 95.3 to regular DX signals in my area.
95.3 W237BA Culpeper, VA, 39 miles