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ESPN Radio hopes new antenna helps 1050

The New York Times recently sold the 96.3 FM frequency long used by WQXR to Univision, which will turn it from classical music to a Spanish language station.

That is relevant here because ESPN Radio was in the mix for that frequency, which it would have used to shift its New York outlet from the unreliable signal at 1050 AM.

For now, ESPN remains stuck there, with hopes a new transmitter in North Bergen, N.J., will improve its signal quality, especially after dark

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