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Denver K237GG (KLVZ) and K236CQ (KLTT) changes

A couple of weeks ago, Crawford filed an application to increase power on translator K237GG to 99 watts from Lookout Mountain, and to install a new antenna with a primary lobe aimed ENE. This is likely to improve the translator's coverage in areas east of downtown Denver. At the same time, Crawford also applied to reduce the power of its translator K236CQ, licensed to Commerce City but based northeast of there, mostly covering areas around Brighton, from 250 to 150 watts. This provided the margin needed to allow the K237GG changes. The FCC has approved both applications.

K237GG rebroadcasts 810 KLVZ, "Legends 95.3"; K236CQ rebroadcasts 670 KLTT. KLVZ has an eclectic oldies format with some brokered programming; KLTT is mostly gospel. Both AMs also transmit in HD, as do all the Crawford stations in the Denver market.

I'm hoping for improved coverage from the KLVZ translator; it's an interesting format.
 
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Licenses to cover were granted today for both translators. Indeed the K237GG signal has improved in east Denver. Still not superstrong, but at least it's less noisy.
 


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