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    Summer engineering updates

    NNBY engineering team working on upgrading the rural community transmitter facilities

    We are installing new software and firmware solutions as well as increase the quality of our stereo broadcast systems. A lot of transmitter site upgrades are being done as well, brush clearing, testing and checking of systems.

    During the next several months we will have occasionally system outages for short periods of time in various communities and we appreciate your patience during those necessary maintenance windows.

    If you notice any other problems, or have any comments for us, please e-mail:

    engineering@nnby.ca  

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