AM Technical Profile: WYLD
- Black Gospel
view] Across Tullis Drive from the Lakewood Country Club.
- Power (ERP):
- Day: 10 kW
- Night: 500
- Day: 4 towers,
with a tight lobe northwest. [pattern
- Night: 3
towers, with northwest and southeast lobes. [pattern
- 0.5 mV/m Daytime
Groundwave Service Contour from the
FCC's Public Files
Street View imagery of the Clear Channel New Orleans facility on
- Reception only
good during day.
- Owned by
- 940, in the
50's, was WTPS. It was a typical network affiliated adult station --
the calls represented ownership by a local newspaper, the Times
Picayune States. The channel was bought around 1960 by a black
station and it became WYLD. For the next 25 tears it was a
formidable competitor in the New Orleans market as a soul station.
When FM compeition -- including its own WYLD FM -- caused the AM to
diminish, it switched over to black gospel.