The Memphis radio market has a unique Class D translator at 99.3 MHz serving its east side and the city of Germantown, fed by a Class D AM with 2 towers and 5kw watts during daylight hours. It is paired with another FM translator, at 101.5 MHz, that covers downtown from West Memphis, Ark.
The AM has just 26 watts at night, but both have taken the “Guess” work out of where to tune to for Classic Hits in a city made famous by the likes of Elvis Presley, B.B. King and Rick Dees — at least until now.
Four weeks after another AM and FM translator used to bring “Guess” to Memphis were sold, the other half of the operation has been dealt.