Only those candidates who would score at-least 70% marks in written test would be issued call letters
for interview, Dr Zia said adding that before being admitted to test, the students would be required to present original CNIC.
The test call letters
have been issued to all the eligible candidates.
9 rating, while KEIB, which changed its call letters
to reflect Limbaugh's slogan, "excellence in broadcasting," has maintained about a 0.
The Washington Post Company bought the station in 1969 and changed the call letters
to WPLG in memory of Phillip L.
According to a notification issued here Monday, call letters
are being issued to all the candidates on their postal addresses.
Oregon Life: The call letters
for one of the local radio stations that airs "A Prairie Home Companion" were misstated on Friday's Page D12.
Nashville was not always synonymous with Country Music, especially in the early 1920's when Edwin Craig started WSM as a way to advertise for its owner National Life and Accident Insurance Company (taking its call letters
from the company's slogan: "We Shield Millions").
Upon acquisition, Tribune changed the call letters
of the former PBS station WMHQ to WEWB, reflecting its new affiliation with The WB.
Simulcasting under the legendary KKGO call letters
, the two AM stations spin an adult standards format dubbed ``Unforgettable,'' which means Mathis, Sinatra, Fitzgerald and Bennett.
If that were the case, would the paper still be listing the call letters
WMLL at 104.
We have no recollection of a station with the call letters
For a good portion of its 75 years on air, Minnesota's KBRF Radio's call letters
were KGDE, which first stood for "Kills Gloomy Dull Evenings" and later, "Keeps Gaining Daily Enthusiasm.