KSYL Transmitter Tour

The KSYL Transmitter Tour 
The Mighty 970


Main Tower
285 Feet

KSYL Operates With
1,000 Watts
Non-Directional
Daytime 


Main Tower (Left)
Night Tower (Right)

At Night KSYL Operates
In Directional Mode
At 1,000 Watts.
The Way It Works Is
One Tower Puts Out
Signal. The Other Sucks
It Back In. Well Sort Of...
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KSYL Transmitter
Ksyl Broadcasts With
A State Of The Art, Solid State
BE Transmitter.
(It Is Only 22 Inches Tall.)
With All Digital Processing.(Not Shown)
We Are Ready For HD!
Coming Soon!
 


Here's A Closer Look!




KSYL Backup Transmitter 
Installed In The Early 60's
It's All Tubes
Stands 6 Feet Tall
Still Sounds Great.
However, You Can Hear
It Gulping Electricity.
About 5,500 Watts To Make 1,000 Out.



Original Transmitter
1944 Vintage
We Call It The Pizza Oven.
This Transmitter Was Used As
A Backup Until About 2 Years
Ago When We Installed The BE.
Believe It Or Not, It Sounded Great!
It Still Is In The Building. But, Not
Hooked Up. It's Too Big To Remove
From The Building. (LOL)



Lennie Dupree
Lennie Built And Ran KSYL For Over
45 Years. He Has Retired, Remarried (His First Wife Sue Passed in 2005) and moved to Texas. He Misses Louisiana and We Miss Him.



 

God Bless America & Our Home Louisiana

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George Noory
12:00am - 5:00am
Coast To Coast AM
KSYL News

The KSYL Morning Report

Monday Thru Friday 7:10a

 

With Host

Dave Graichen

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The CBS World News Roundup

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He's Back!

Week Nights 8 to 11

KSYL 970am / 100.3 HD3

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The Best Of The 60's & 70's

Now On Air At 100.3 HD2

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State Wire
North Rapides Business & Industry Alliance

Weekends

 

All Weekend Long

It's a

Political Free Zone!

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