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Northeast Ohio

are located in the historic Halle Building (Halle Brothers Co.) in Downtown Cleveland, while the station's transmitter resides in the Cleveland suburb of North Royalton (North Royalton, Ohio). Besides a standard analog transmission, WNCX broadcasts over two HD Radio channels. http: www.hdradio.com stations Ohio-OH Cleveland-16 '''Solon High School''', founded in 1898, is a public high school located in Solon, Ohio Solon

Cleveland and much of surrounding Northeast Ohio. Owned by Radio One (Radio One (company)) since 1999, the WENZ studios are located in Downtown Cleveland near Burke Lakefront Airport (Cleveland Burke Lakefront Airport), while the station transmitter resides in Russell Township (Russell Township, Geauga County, Ohio) in Geauga County (Geauga County, Ohio). Besides a standard analog transmission, WENZ broadcasts over a single HD Radio channel. The Revere School Local School District, which is located in northeastern Ohio (Northeast Ohio) between the cities of Akron (Akron, Ohio) and Cleveland (Cleveland, Ohio), was formed in the early 1950’s after the communities of Bath (Bath, Ohio) and Richfield (Richfield, Ohio) voted to combine their two smaller school systems. The consolidation was approved and the new district was named the Revere Local School District. '''WCLV''' (104.9 FM (FM broadcasting)) — branded '''WCLV 104.9''' — is a commercial classical (Classical music) radio station (Radio broadcasting) licensed to Lorain (Lorain, Ohio), Ohio, serving Greater Cleveland and western parts of surrounding Northeast Ohio. WCLV is one of the few remaining commercial classical music stations in the United States. Besides a standard analog transmission, WCLV broadcasts over a single HD Radio channel. wikipedia:Northeast Ohio


Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug

principles. The company has latest professional filming and editing equipment including a non-linear editing studio "Trinity" and a mobile TV station. In 1996, "Europa-Plus-Yugorsk" radio station was open and in 1999 "Russian Radio" started to broadcast in the area. At present TVRBC "NORD" has three TV channels (VHF and UHF) , four radio frequencies in the FM and UHF ranges, a modern TV centre and 220-meter high TV tower. Its potential audience is about a half million people. TVRBC "NORD" is a member of the National Association of Television Broadcasters. Its high reputation is confirmed by multiple awards won at national festivals and forums.


Bossier City, Louisiana

, "And it sure smells like snow in Bossier City..." Johnny Rodriguez recorded a song called "Achin' Bossier City Backyard Blues" in 1972. Turnpike Troubadours 2007 freshman album is entitled Bossier City, and includes the title track "Bossier City." Radio FM radio class "wikitable FM Radio" - ! Callsign !! Channel !! Genre - KQHN 97.3 Top 40 - KMJJ-FM 99.7 Hip Hop - KRMD-FM 101.1

Country (Country music) - KVMA-FM 102.9 Soul (Soul music) - KRUF 94.5 Top 40 AM radio class "wikitable AM Radio" - ! Callsign !! Channel !! Genre - KRMD (AM) 1340 Sports Sports, gambling, and entertainment right thumb 200px Horseshoe Casino offers gambling (Image:Horeshoe Casino, Bossier City, LA IMG 1548.JPG) entertainment in the Shreveport-Bossier metro area. Image:CenturyTel Center.png thumb 200px right


Naco, Sonora

Obregón immediately traveled to Hermosillo to offer his services to the government of Sonora in opposition to the Huerta regime. The Sonoran government refused to recognize the Huerta regime, and in early March 1913, Obregón was appointed chief of Sonora's War Department. In this capacity, he set out on campaign, and in a matter of days had managed to drive federal troops out of Nogales (Nogales, Sonora), Cananea, and Naco (Naco, Sonora). He soon followed up by capturing the port city of Guaymas. He squared off against federal troops in May 1913 at the battle of Santa Rosa through an encirclement of enemy forces. As commander of Sonora's forces, Obregón won the respect of many revolutionaries who had fought under Madero in 1910–11, most notably Benjamín G. Hill.


Saltspring Island

'''Mount Maxwell Provincial Park''' is a provincial park in the Gulf Islands of British Columbia, Canada. It is located on Burgoyne Bay and the Sansum Narrows on the western shores of Saltspring Island. Burgoyne Bay Provincial Park is adjacent to the south. Queen City Yacht Club has three outstations reserved for its members. Its largest is located on 400' of waterfront in Eagle Harbor on Bainbridge Island, with the other two nestled in Deer Harbor, Orcas Island and Ganges Harbor on Saltspring Island, B.C. The club is noted for its club cruises, with the Fleet Captain's slate full year-round with cruises on Lake Washington, Puget Sound, the San Juan Islands and the Canadian Gulf Islands. Major holiday cruises include trips to Eagle Harbor on Memorial Day, Fourth of July, and Labor Day. thumb right Canada Geese (Branta canadensis) and goslings (File:Canada Geese and goslings, Ruckles Park.jpg) '''Ruckle Provincial Park''' is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada. It also the largest provincial campground on the Gulf Islands and is located on Saltspring Island southeast of Fulford Harbour (Fulford Harbour, British Columbia). Partly protected by the park is an historic sheep farm founded by the Ruckle family. - 15 Saltspring Island (BC (British Columbia)) 9,640 182 52.97 - '''Moresby Island''' is one of the Gulf Islands of British Columbia, located on the west side of Swanson Channel and east of the southern end of Saltspring Island. It is not to be confused with Moresby Island, the second largest of the Queen Charlotte Islands off the north coast of BC. The island is used to raise beef cattle and is not open to the general public. Its current population is just one person.


Ridgecrest, California

Music, KRAJ The Heat 100.9 fm, featuring hip hop party rock format, K296AI the 107.1, with KCNV classical music feed. KRCK, "Ridgecrest Radio", went off the air in the 1970s. TV repeater K05FO 5 rebroadcasts KTLA, K35HO-D 35 rebroadcasts KBAK (KBAK-TV). class "wikitable" - ! Translator Call Letters !! B Mountain Channel !! Laurel Mountain Channel !! PSIP !! Station Call Letters !! Network Affiliation ID !! Original Channel !! Signal Quality - K02HY 2


Leduc, Alberta

Infrastructure Education -- Media Leduc is served by a local newspaper, the ''Leduc Representative'' (currently branded the ''Leduc Rep''), as well as a regional newspaper, the ''Leduc-Wetaskiwin Pipestone Flyer''. Leduc's first FM radio station aired in 2013 at 93.1FM. It is known as Leduc's Best Country 93.1FM "The One". An internet based community radio station, branded "Leduc Radio" since 2008, also serves the city. Due to its location within the Edmonton


Greater Sudbury

Roses ) abruptly cut out with Kayne West's 2009 MTV Video Music Awards outburst (2009 MTV Video Music Awards#Kanye West controversy and debated incidents), segueing into "Sweet Dreams (Sweet Dreams (Beyoncé Knowles song))" by Beyoncé. The station immediately switched to a CHR format initially dubbed "98.7 Takeover" (eventually titled "98.7 AMP Radio"). WDZH flip on You Tube *On separate

LocalNews 2008 07-24-08-radio.asp?NLStory 07-24-08-radio "Local country station will be converted to FM" , ''Northern Life (Northern Life (newspaper))'', July 24, 2008. *Ottawa - CIHT-FM, CILV-FM *Sudbury (Greater Sudbury) - CHNO-FM, CIGM-FM Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2008-326 The river's source is a small lake 20 kilometres east of Halfway Lake Provincial Park

History at Laurentian University. "Green Party candidate to run in Sudbury riding", ''Sudbury Star'', 6 September 2003, A5; Laura Stradiotto, "Candidates tangle on the radio", ''Sudbury Star'', 30 September 2003, A3; Lara Bradley, "For the Greens, message is the key", ''Sudbury Star'', 3 October 2003, A6. During this campaign, he called for Sudbury to pursue cleaner mining technology, and market its research around the world. ref>


Steinbach, Manitoba

CHIQ-FM to alternative rock (that station is now classic hits as of 2010 (2010 in radio)); this changed four years later (2012 in radio) when CJGV-FM joined the adult top 40 rivalry. image 200px (Image:AM 1250 Steinbach Logo.jpg) city Steinbach (Steinbach, Manitoba), Manitoba branding AM 1250 '''CHSM''' (1250 AM (AM broadcasting), "AM 1250 Radio") is a radio station broadcasting an easy listening format. Licensed to Steinbach, Manitoba, it serves southeastern Manitoba. It first began broadcasting in 1964. The station is currently owned by Golden West Broadcasting. This station is also targeted to the nearby Winnipeg market, but since CFRW flipped to sports (sports radio) in 2010 (2010 in radio), CHSM is the only AM music station in Winnipeg. '''New Bothwell''' is a community in the Canadian (Canada) province of Manitoba, '''The Undecided''' was a Christian pop punk band from Steinbach, Manitoba, Canada. The group released one independent album before releasing two albums for Tooth and Nail Records. They released ''The Undecided'' in 1999 and ''More to See'' in 2001. They were the first Canadian group to be signed by Tooth and Nail. Group members were Matt Fast (vocals), Steve Dueck (drums), John Paul Peters (guitars) and Dan Thomas (bass). Peters has gone on to produce records for other bands, such as The Waking Eyes. Dan Thomas was formerly a member of Gooch (The Home Team).


Greater St. Louis

radio station licensed to Crestwood, Missouri which serves the Greater St. Louis area. KSHE is located at 94.7&nbsp;MHz and currently uses the slogan "KSHE 95, Real Rock Radio&quot;. The station's studios have been located in the Powerhouse building at St. Louis Union Station since the 1990s, while the transmitter is located in Shrewsbury. KSHE is owned by Emmis Communications and has been since 1984. Fox is the past chairman of the Republican Jewish Coalition.<


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