It's true, KSFR's signal is increasing and the station will be moving up to 101.1 on the FM dial.
Basically it means we can be heard from Taos to Albuquerque -- though I understand the signal will only penetrate the northern part of Albuquerque.
Here's John Sena's story in The New Mexican.
Here's the KSFR site.
Saturday, June 30, 2007
KSFR GETS BIGGER SIGNAL
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