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IBOC by State: Maine (August 2009)
Ibiquity has a list of stations with licensed HD Radio technology and notes those on the air now. IBOC by state looks at various states and lists the stations making the transition. There are 14 stations in the Pine Tree State broadcasting 14 HD Radio channels.
|Augusta-Waterville||WMEW-FM 91.3||News/Variety||Maine Public Broadcasting Network|
|Bangor||WMEH-FM 90.9||News/Variety||Maine Public Broadcasting Network|
|Biddeford||WVAE-AM 1400||Adult Standard||Saga|
|Calais||WMED-FM 89.7||News/Variety||Maine Public Broadcasting Network|
|Camden||WMEP-FM 90.5||News/Variety||Maine Public Broadcasting Network|
|Fort Kent||WMEF-FM 106.5||News/Variety||Maine Public Broadcasting Network|
|Portland||WBAE-AM 1490||Adult Standard||Saga|
|Portland||WBLM-FM 102.9||Classic Rock||Citadel|
|Portland||WMEA-FM 90.1||News/Variety||Maine Public Broadcasting Network|
|Portland||WMGX-FM 93.1||Hot AC||Saga|
|Portland||WMPG-FM 90.9||Educational||University of Maine System|
|Presque Isle||WMEM-FM 106.1||News/Variety||Maine Public Broadcasting Network|
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