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Radio interruptions being addressed

October 15, 1997

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - West Virginia Public Radio engineers are currently installing satellite delivery equipment for the entire network, and some listeners are experiencing random interruptions in service as a result.

The signal outages are compounded by solar conditions common to this time of year and in the spring, usually lasting a week to 10 days.

An engineer from National Public Radio, which manages the public radio satellite system, has been called in to diagnose and assist in correcting the situation.

When the new satellite system installation is completed, listeners should notice significant improvement in signal quality and consistency.

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