By popular demand, we present the 16th edition of our calendar.
Once again, we have gorgeous full-color photos featuring sites Scott has visited all over North America and beyond.
This year’s towers:
- WBOB. The Jacksonville, Florida station signed on during World War II.
- WWVA. A site dating back to the 1940s, still standing even after a recent severe storm.
- WFEA in Manchester, New Hampshire. America’s oldest vertical AM tower.
- A tower farm in Hales Corners, Wisconsin. The site broadcasts radio to Milwaukee.
- The site of the former CKSL. The second station to sign on in London, Ontario.
- The Voice of America’s Edward R. Murrow transmitting plant in Greenville, North Carolina. The only survivor of three VOA plants.
- Two tower farms in the New Jersey Meadowlands. The towers broadcast New Jersey and New York City radio signals.
- Ann Arbor’s 107one. A rooftop site overlooking the University of Michigan campus.
- KFXX in Portland, Oregon. A three-tower array that diplexes with its Vancouver sister station.
- KELO in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Celebrating its 80th anniversary in October 2017.
- WBEE in Rochester, New York. The station playing country music for 30 years.
- KKAP, Aptos-Capitola. A site camouflaged as flagpoles in the middle of a golf course.
- KCTV in Kansas City. A self-supporting tower more than 1,000 feet high, now a local landmark.