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Hurricane Katrina was only a
few years back.
WWL, on 870 kHz – 50 kW,
served A LOT of people. Lots
of other radio stations relayed
WWL’s programming. Oh, I forgot
to mention that WWL was in New
Orleans. I believe at night it
covers the whole eastern seaboard.
I was able to listen to WWL up here
in Connecticut often. The amount of coverage
that station has during the day is big.
At night it’s huge!
Somebody somewhere has got to take notice of
the usefulness of WWL in that situation.