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March 1968: Picking a frequency

March 20, 1968

Pioneer Alaska broadcaster Augie Hiebert, who is handling the Nome Catholic radio project’s paperwork, suggests 780 kHz as the new station’s frequency.

In a letter, he asks Peter Gureckis of John H. Mullaney’s Washington, DC engineering firm if he concurs.