The Listener: Update
Today's Listener column looks at the disappointment and anger among classical music listeners after Washington's last remaining classical radio station was shunted off its powerful frequency and onto a weak, staticky signal. After the deadline for the piece in today's Arts section, the program director of WGMS, Jim Allison, called to say that the classical station's engineers have found a way to boost the signal to those parts of the Washington area where the music is distorted by static, fading and a signal that pops in and out.
Allison said the station must get approval from the FCC to make the changes it has planned and hopes to do so within 45 days. Stay tuned--or rather, tune back in after a month or two.
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