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Old 01-26-2013, 3:40 PM
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Question WNEP / WBRE & WYOU

Hello,

Does anyone have frequencies for these folks. I lost a spreadsheet that I had with frequencies on it. If you can help I appreciate it.

Frank
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Does anyone have frequencies for these folks.
They use cell phones now. Their old freq's have been silent for several years. WBRE uses LTR TGID's 007024 & 007025 to set up their live shots, but not for any news stories.
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They use cell phones now. Their old freq's have been silent for several years. WBRE uses LTR TGID's 007024 & 007025 to set up their live shots, but not for any news stories.
Ty for the info.....
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Old 02-09-2013, 12:19 PM
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Cool WNEP

As an employee for WNEP I can confirm that all of our comms are with cell phones--the 153.170 license expired and as news cars are replaced, the radios are taken out----BAD move in my opinion. IF there should ever be a natural disaster, and cell ophone towers are down we would be in major trouble!
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Absolutely agree, Bob. Cell phones go down even when there isn't a natural disaster...sometimes the carriers have blackouts, technical difficulties, etc. I don't think I've ever heard of problems like this with radio.
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