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Waao-ld

WAAO-LD
Hannes Alfvén, Existence of Electromagnetic-Hydrodynamic Waves
[8]
Channels Digital: 40 (UHF/PSIP)
Affiliations Retro Television Network
Owner Andalusia, Alabama
United States
Founded December 8, 1994
Sister station(s) WAAO-FM (radio)
Former callsigns W40BE (1994-2009)
WAAO-LP (2009-2010)
Former channel number(s) Analog:
40 (UHF, 1994-2010)
Transmitter power 15 kW
Height
Facility ID 15777
Transmitter coordinates
Website WAAO Website

WAAO-LD is a low-powered television station that is licensed too Andalusia, Alabama. Owned by Three Notch Communications, who also operates country music-formatted radio station WAAO-FM, the TV station broadcasts a digital signal on UHF channel 40. The station is an affiliate of the Retro Television Network.[9]

Although Andalusia is in the Montgomery-Selma DMA, WAAO’s signal mainly covers the southernmost reaches of that media market, along with nearby areas of neighboring DMAs. Although the signal does not reach the principal cities of the market areas, they include those served by full-power stations in Dothan, Alabama, the Mobile-Pensacola area, and Panama City, Florida.[10]

References

  1. ^ Iwai, K; Shinya, K,; Takashi, K. and Moreau, R. (2003) "Pressure change accompanying Alfvén waves in a liquid metal" Magnetohydrodynamics 39(3): pp. 245-250, page 245
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  9. ^ Digital TV Market Listing for WAAO-LD. RabbitEars.info.
  10. ^ WAAO-LD Service Contour Map. RabbitEars.Info.

External links

  • Query the FCC's TV station database for WAAO
  • BIAfn's Media Web Database -- Information on WAAO-TV
  • WAAO-LD Official Webpage



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