WKNC will be doing maintenance on its transmitter today between 11:45 a.m. and 3 p.m. Listeners at 88.1 FM may experience interruptions in their signal. You can continue listening online at wknc.org/listen.
Yeah, we’re at it again. WKNC’s team of trusty engineers will be working on our transmitter this afternoon. Listeners on 88.1 FM may experience disruptions in the signal for the next few hours. To enhance your listening pleasure, switch to our Internet stream. We promise they will be done in advance of Lonnie Walker’s in studio interview today at 5 p.m.
Our engineering team is continuing to work hard to eradicate the gremlin infestation in our transmitter tower, but in the meantime you may hear bursts of static in the analog signal this afternoon. You can continue to listen to static free WKNC all afternoon through our webstream, which will not be affected by the maintenance. Baseball fans fear not, our engineers will have everything back to normal in time for NC State to take on NC A&T at 6:30.
by Bridges on Feb.12, 2009, under Uncategorized
Have you been unable to listen to WKNC on your radio recently?
Our engineers tell us that is because our transmitter has been operating at “reduced power” since Sunday, February 8, 2009.
What this means in plain English is that our radio signal isn’t going out as far as it used to. My heart sank when I heard this too but our engineers are hard at work on it. Sometimes you might hear some static when they are up on top of DH Hill library seducing the transmitter. We should be back up to normal range soon.
In the meantime, show us your love and listen online at http://wknc.org/listen/