Washington/St. George/Southwestern Utah

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If you have visited this page in the past, you will notice I have removed some pictures that previously showed some cellular telephone towers located around town. Due to RTLI's shifting focus of only showing AM/FM and TV sites, these pictures have been removed.

The story of these pictures is as follows:

In St. George there are three AM radio stations around town. Unfortunately, I only have a picture of one, due to the lack of time spent driving through St. George. I can count on my fingers the times I have been down there, and most of the time it is just passing through. The only significant time I spent in town was due to an unforeseen big car repair while I was working for KBER in Salt Lake City. The story goes, I was down in Mesquite (30 or so miles to the southwest of St. George) broadcasting from a casino for a live show. This took place in early January 2010. I drove the station's vehicle down there and was stranded when it's transmission decided to fall out onto Interstate 15. Given the vehicle is a diesel, it could only be repaired in St. George and was towed there while I was stuck in Mesquite. When the car was finished getting fixed, 5 days later, I took a shuttle to St. George and picked the car up. While I was in town, I went tower hunting but missed out on two of the area's AM signals. But enough of the story, lets get to the pictures!

The first broadcast band tower you encounter when entering St. George from the north is the Sports talker/nostalgic playing monster signal on 1210... KUNF. KUNF is licensed to Washington, Utah. Its tower is right next to interstate 15, and a visible sign shows this station to be an affiliate of ESPN radio. Its signal has been heard all over the mountain west. This image is also seen on the station's Wikipedia article, linked below.

KUNF


KUNF 1210 AM Washington UT. FCC DATA
Wikipedia Article with full resolution version of picture above.

WEBB HILL

While stuck in St. George waiting for the truck to be fixed (see story at the top of the page) I had time to check out a small portion of St. George and snap some pictures. The old picture I had of Webb Hill was of terrible quality and small. Below is the (as of February 2010) current state of Webb Hill, which is located about 4 miles south of downtown St. George. It is hard to miss this mountain from any direction entering town. Click the picture to see the full resolution version.

Webb Hill

The following services have broadcast towers on Webb Hill:

Numerous cellular telephone transmitters and...

FM Radio transmitters on Webb Hill (as of March 2010)
CALL FRQ FORMAT
K204FI 88.7 Christian Contemporary
K210DU 89.9 Christian Contemporary
K215CF 90.9 National Public Radio
K231BP 94.1 Hot Adult Contemporary
K244DU 96.7 Country
K272AQ 102.3 Oldies
K276DJ 103.1 Country
KOEZ-LP 105.1 Regional Mexican
KWBR-LP 105.7 Classical

Television transmitters on Webb Hill (as of March 2010). Notice, this information below may not indicate the current state of television broadcasting from Webb Hill. It is likely that the Salt Lake translators and low power stations have already turned off their analog signals if they are broadcasting in digital. This information overlaps the FCC database prior to the digital transition and after it. Channel numbers are RF channels, and are subject to change. Corrections are always welcome.
CALL CHAN NETWORK
KUSG 9 CBS/ThisTV
KUEW 18 KUED PBS
K67HK 6 TBN?
K20GJ-D 20 KSL NBC
KKRP-LP 46 KSTU FOX
KUTG-LP 58 Unknown
K25JS-D 25 KTVX ABC
K24CY 24 KJZZ IND
K16DS 16 KCSG IND
KDLU-LP 26 KCSG IND
KUWB-LP 22 Possibly KUCW
K69CT 69 KTVX ABC
K32FQ 32 KUEN (Edu)
K33GE 33 KBYU PBS
K34FS 34 KSL NBC
K28EA 28 KTVX ABC
K57KG-D 57 KUEN (Edu)

Webb Hill has a Wikipedia article, which also contains information from this very site.

Note, almost all the information on said Wikipedia article above was written by me, and is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License.
Since I wrote the entire article as featured on Wikipedia (minus a few updates), I hereby certify that information on this site is exchangeable between this site (RTLI) and Wikipedia, should a problem arise.