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On Air Staff and WPM Interns
Mon February 4, 2013
Reception/Frequencies, Weather and Road Conditions
A picture of the Wyoming PBS antenna at the top of the Evanston tower. Our antennas are immediately below it (the two elements sticking off the side of the tower below the broken antenna). Our transmitter is currently showing high reflected power as a result of this event. There may be damage to our antenna as well from the broken antenna but that is yet to be determined
We did have some pretty serious storms blow through that site recently.
The site is still on the air at full power but will likely need to go off the air when repairs are scheduled. I do not have a timeline for this at the moment but suspect Wyoming PBS will want to repair their antenna as soon as possible.
Director of Engineering
Wyoming Public Media