KSIS Satellites Hit By Storm, Broadcasting 92.3 BOB-FM Until Repairs Are Made
Saturday night's storms caused some damage to our satellite and satellite receivers that we use to provide our news/talk programming on the weekend. Our engineers have been working to fix the satellite and receiver. In the meantime, we are simulcasting 92.3 BOB-FM on Newstalk 1050 KSIS.
Our staff would like to dispell any rumors that our station was changing formats over the weekend, because this was all weather related. Just like when your satellite at home takes a direct hit from wind, rain or lightening, it takes time to fix and recalibrate. Once the engineers are able to get all the necessary components in, place we will bring you the programming that you love and we love bringing to you.
We will have our normal news block from 6-10 a.m. on Monday, and with any luck, we'll be able to get things back up at that time. If not, we'll continue to simulcast until the satellites are fixed. Thanks for your patience and understanding.
-Doug Sokolowski, KSIS-AM Operations Manager