NPR affiliate WRVO Oswego has changed the frequency of its Geneva translator, to avoid interference with a commercial station in Syracuse.
The frequency change for W239BJ was reported in today’s edition of NorthEast Radio Watch by Scott Fybush. He reports WRVO’s translator, originally at 95.7 FM, was interfering with reception of Citadel’s WAQX (95X) from Manlius (Syracuse), on the same frequency.
The translator is now broadcasting at 106.3 FM. The only CNY station using 106.3 (which we’re aware of) is WMCR-FM in Oneida, far enough away that interference should not be an issue.
If you didn’t click the Fybush link above, he’s got another tidbit from the same neck of the woods. The low power FM at 105.7 has changed call letters from WSAC-LP to WHWS-LP. The station is owned by Hobart and William Smith Colleges.