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KTNC programming now on new FM translator

( KTNC)-- A new F.M. translator is on the air, broadcasting the signal of A.M. 1230, KTNC.

In April, KNZA Inc. filed an application with the Federal Communications Commission for a translator for Falls City. A translator is a low-power F.M. signal designed to help local A.M. stations provide better coverage both day and night.

Approval was received from the FCC to operate the new F.M. translator with a maximum effective radiated power of 0.25 KW from a transmitter site located approximately three miles west and three miles north of Falls City, which is the same site as the broadcast tower of KLZA, 101.3 F.M., SUNNY 101.3.

To hear the KTNC signal on the FM dial tune your F.M. radio to 107.1. The programming will be the same as you hear on A.M. 1230, KTNC, featuring Good Time Oldies from the golden era of pop, rock and soul, featuring hit music of the 60's and 70's with a healthy portion of songs from other decades. The music is up tempo and the programming will include features about rock and roll history and the timeless artists of the era.

The translator signal was placed on the air Friday evening, October 5th.

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