THE CGC COMMUNICATOR
                            CGC #1010
                     Saturday, May 22, 2010
                Robert F. Gonsett, W6VR,  Editor
                <cgc (at) cgc333.connectnet.com>
    Copyright 2010, Communications General® Corporation (CGC)
  Thanks to Chuck Hastings, the CGC Communicator newsletter
has obtained a copy of another southern California FM HD Radio
complaint that has been sent to the Commission.  Spanish language
KMLA, 103.7 MHz, Class A, El Rio (near Oxnard), is reportedly
receiving substantial interference from the HD operation of KOST,
103.5 MHz, a super powered Class B station in Los Angeles.
  Chuck writes, "Yes, you may Web-post the letter.  The KMLA
owners want as much help and exposure as they can get because
they have lost a lot of listeners that they can't get back until
the interference is taken away."  The KMLA complaint is posted
at the first URL below.
  In related news, a number of interesting comments have been
posted concerning KATY's HD complaint against KRTH.  The second
URL below takes you to Radio Business Report's story about the
interference.  The comments appear right after the story.
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