Wilson, North Carolina
This is the coverage from my location.
In-house coverage is ĺ of the grey circle. Night coverage is Ĺ the grey circle.
Bald Head Island, North Carolina
No roads or cars allowed on Bald Head, but it is crawling with golf carts and expensive homes.
Beulaville, North Carolina
A small coastal plains town with plenty of local businesses and no local media.
Cove City, North Carolina
My hometown.† Plenty of churches to support a small religious / community oriented station.
Kenly, North Carolina
A lot of local business, industry, and homes in this old tobacco town.
Marion, North Carolina
A beautiful town at the foot of the Blue Ridge
Mountains.† It already has a radio station, and the
furniture industry here has fallen on hard times lately, but a town this size deserves another media voice.
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
This would actually be a better spot for multiple transmitters, but as you can see Ė one unit will get the heart of Ocean Drive.
Ocracoke, North Carolina
A coastal village with no media at all, but loads of tourists in summer months. Look at the coverage!
Oriental, North Carolina
The Sailing Capital of the Atlantic.† And all those folks on boats have no local station for news or coastal weather.
There are plenty of advertisers around to support a small station in this community.
River Bend, North Carolina
A bedroom community to New Bern.† Lotís of retired folk.† A small station might work here.
Selma, North Carolina
A shopping hot spot on I-95.† Lots of antiques and outlet shopping.
A small station here would do well targeting this market.
Swansboro, North Carolina
During beach trips to Emerald Isle most men find time
to golf, and most women head here to shop.
Like Selma, a station here would be a voice for the advertisers.
Trenton, North Carolina
The county seat of Jones County has no radio
station!† Of course this isnít a very big
town, but there are plenty
of businesses here, along with the government workers.† If I were to add a station here, I would also network it with
transmitters in Maysville, Pollocksville, and Comfort.† I think I could make a decent living here.
Vanceboro, North Carolina
I have no idea why Vanceboro never had a station to call its own. It did have a newspaper once.
White Lake, North Carolina
The perfect resort use of a Rangemaster
transmitter.† But to use just one unit,
you would have to anchor it in the middle of the lake!
Luckily, the Rangemaster letís you network units from the shore, as shown on this map.