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Arizona Radio Stations Need Assistance After Fire
Bullhead City, AZ - Jun 2, 2010 - Early in the morning of June 2, the studio building that housed the Cameron Broadcasting stations (KLUK-FM, KNKK-FM, KFLG-FM, KAAA-AM, KZZZ-AM and KFLG-AM) was destroyed by fire. KFLG-FM is the LP-1 station for Mohave County. Everything including the building was destroyed.
The stations seek help to return at least basic signals to the air. The transmitter facilities are all separately located and are undamaged, but have no program source available.
Temporary studio equipment and STL equipment are needed. The owner is currently searching for temporary studio space.
If you can assist, contact Dave Cooper at firstname.lastname@example.org. Rick Fulkerson of Mountain Goat Broadcast can also be contacted at 702-374-4405.
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