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Old July 29th 03, 03:14 PM
Paul Van House
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Default Most Powerful AM Radio Stations (take Two)

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American stations use at most 50,000 watts and they are forced to
lower their power at night,

depends on what class AM station they are, for example 700WLW is a class A
AM station with unlimited hrs of operation, so they are 50kw 24/7.

Another link on the history of WLW with a bit more detail on the 500kw

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