There's a county near where I live that has a network of TIS AM stations on a 72/75 MHz feeder (STL) system. Next time lowband is open, listen to 25.870, 25.890, 25.910, 25.930, 25.950, 25.970 and 25.990 MHz narrow FM. There's tons of STLs on lowband.Since Florida was mentioned I did a quick look-up on the FCC database and came up with only WQGH907 for the city of Cape Coral and WQIN663 for the city of Orlando. General municipal comms, so it's not coming from Florida... legally.
Strike that, I found the answer a little farther down in an earlier post. To save you the trouble looking for it here it is.
On 33.42 MHz they are rebroadcasting 162.475 KIH63 National Weather Service from Melbourne, FL. Every couple of minutes a recording over the top of the Weather Service says "This is WQDC703 1650 AM. This is the City of Orlando Office of Emergency Management. Stay tuned for the most updated weather conditions from the National Weather Service in Melbourne." The distance between my location and the transmitter location of 33.42 MHz is 1525 miles.
ORLANDO, CITY OF
PO Box 2486
ORLANDO, FL 32803-2486
ATTN OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
Transmitter Address /Area of Operation
110 N ANDES AVE
ORLANDO, FL ORANGE
City of Orlando
PO Box 2486
Orlando, FL 32829
ATTN Emergency Manager
110 N Andes Ave, ORANGE, Orlando, FL
90.20 - Travelers Information Station
1.650 Output power 10 W
Here's a bit of a mystery. I can understand the OEM transmitter on 1650KHz being an LPAM traveler information station intended to inform the public in the event of an emergency, there's one right down the street from me rebroadcasting NOAA in its spare time too with the same sort of general announcement on voice-over. The public can hear it locally and that's what it's all about but why on the OEM Lo Band frequency intended for wide area point to point OEM communications??? Another mystery, the AM station license expired years ago so maybe nobody noticed and it's still on the air or is that a very old recording? Leave it to Orlando, you know what's in Orlando... Dizzy World.