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"...there in an emergency."
This past June in Calgary, Alberta - a market of 1.5 million - a combination of melt from the Rockies and a continuous 3 days of rain WIPED OUT much of the community and infrastructure.

The 50,000 watt News/Talk station, 'QR-77, was also taken out. They did not have backup facilities located on higher ground or anywhere else and were thus unable to be of any value to the city.

By the time they got back on the air - many days later - much of the city was already a hundred miles downstream.

The best they could do was simulcast the programming of a sister station in Edmonton - 180 miles north. Very shabby.
The Summer PPM breakouts were not kind, either. The competition rose up... and prospered.

- Ronald T Robinson


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