PeterO wrote: ↑
Mon Dec 17, 2018 10:38 am
W. H. Heydt wrote: ↑
Mon Dec 17, 2018 2:41 am
It certainly has the pattern for a radio (or TV) station in the eastern half of the US.
Which you knew because of WKRP ?
Ah, I now see you are in USA
Some of us Brits would only know because of watching WKRP
Actually...I've known about the pattern for decades. WCBS in New York City comes to mind as an example. And, for what it's worth, in the western half of the US, nearly all stations start with "K", such as KQED or KCBS. Mexican stations start with "X", such as XTRA in Tiajauna, BC.
There are a handful of exceptions to the general rules, though. They got "grandfathered" in when the current rules were established.