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Waarschuwing voor verzamelaars oud studio materiaal.........

Filmpje verlaten studio-gebouw. (WHJJ, 920 kHz, 5 kW, Providence, Rhode Island)

 

Onduidelijk is of de masten in de tuin nog worden gebruikt?

De filmer is geen radio-man, hij ziet 8 tracks, maar dat zijn natuurlijk carts.

 

Zou het te koop zijn??

 

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Tjonge, tjonge onvoorstelbaar………………..

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Het zou gaan om een faillissement, de zender is wel in de lucht, waarschijnlijk met syndicated programma's van een van de schuldeisers, die de licentie heeft overgenomen.

Er worden dus geen lokale programma's meer gemaakt, zoals bijna overal in USA. 

Deze analoge studio, zo te zien uit de jaren 90, was dus niet meer nodig, en is kennelijk ook niet verkocht.  De dure wijze van radio maken heeft wellicht geleid tot het faillissement.

De configuratie is typisch traditioneel Amerikaans, een zendstation en daarnaast het studiogebouw, waar meestal ook de zender in stond. Waarschijnlijk een eind buiten de stad.

Allemaal hopeloos achterhaald, vandaar dat niemend er belangstelling voor had, maar de apparatuur zou natuurlijk als vintage alsnog verkocht kunnen worden.

 

Op Aruba had je dat ook, hoewel de populaire zenders Kelkboom en Voz di Aruba  wel een telco verbinding hadden met een studio in Oranjestad.

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