i3G Media Adds First HD Transmitter to Area Radio Stations


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N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – i3G Media has added some of the first Hybrid Digital (HD) transmitters to two of their area radio stations.

The Raven and Ted-FM have both been added to 103.1 FM HD channels 1 and 2 respectively. This has caused some changes in radio frequency for Ted-FM, which can now be heard in Jamestown on 97.1 FM and in Valley City on 102.7 FM. The HD channel allows for the station to still be broadcast regionally.

ESPN Jamestown AM 1400 is no longer transmitted on 97.1 FM.

98.3 FM will now be home to Thunder radio, a station featuring a mix of 80’s and 90’s Country as well as up-to-date farm reports and agriculture news.

i3G has also added the ability for listeners to enjoy their stations through any Amazon Echo device. Individuals can setup their device to listen to any of the area stations of their choice for free. This includes Big Dog 95.5 FM, Q101.1, 103.1 The Raven, Ted-FM, ESPN Jamestown, KDAK AM 1600, KDDR AM 1220, KOVC AM 1490, and Thunder 106.1/98.3.

For more information, contact General Manager Tanea Clocksene at 701-252-1400.

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