This is easily one of the more complex set-ups I've seen.
The station is WBEL-AM - and it has two FM translators (broadcast repeaters). It's licensed to South Beloit, Illinois - which is right on the northern border with Wisconsin, where its FM translator at 92.3 is located, in the city of Beloit, which is in Wisconsin. The other translator, at 98.9 FM, is in Janesville, Wisconsin.
So, for listing purposes, it might look...something like this? kani
Hi, I thought I would add this station to the list if it hasn’t been already:
WFXY- FM 98.3 & AM 1490 Middlesboro, KY. Saturdays 4-8:00pm. EST.
This station is primarily a classic hits station outside of Dees. Sometimes it starts up later in the hour depending on the flow of the earlier programs. (American Top 40 The 70’s & Back to the 70’s with M.G. Kelly).
Hello, I want to follow up on this station. I went to the website and saw it changed formats to Classic Rock and it doesn't have Rick Dees listed on the schedule. I think it's safe to say that this station is no longer airing Rick Dees Weekly Top 40.
KOMC - My 100.1FM Branson, Missouri Sunday 1PM-5PM?
I suspect that they've dropped the 90s. Either that or it's moved to one of two slots on the weekend schedule.
The 80s are now listed for what would be these two slots on the weekend: 6-10 AM Saturday, 9 PM Sunday - 1 AM Monday. The only question is whether they do just play the 80s twice in those timeslots, or whether one should instead be the 90s - the 90s are not listed separately anywhere.