Lots of us don't remember the days where radio was the only media streamed into homes. But every program on the air used to be a big production. Employing everything from sound effects guys to actors to live studio audiences. This Christmas, Missoula can relive those golden days of broadcasting.
Radio gear, in this case the KYSS FM transmitter, can be very susceptible to lightening, especially when it’s perched on the top of one the highest peaks around the Missoula valley. There are only so many things you can do to protect it.
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