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April 11, 2021

Bay FM shows off its ‘killer’ watts

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Bay FM facilities manager Rudiger Wasser and Watts Up! Project Manager Nicky Fisher celebrate the installation of the new equipment. Photo contributed
Bay FM facilities manager Rudiger Wasser and Watts Up! Project Manager Nicky Fisher celebrate the installation of the new equipment. Photo contributed

Finally after months of waiting for  its new transmission equipment to arrive from Italy, Bay FM has installed the new gear.

The first thing the new equipment will do is beam out lots of love to all the subscribers ‘the most easterly station in the nation’ who donated to the Watts Up! Campaign in April.

Watts Up! Project Manager Nicky Fisher told Echonetdaily, ‘Now listeners will be able to hear Bay FM loud and clear at 3000 ‘killer watts!’


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