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  1. WQNO

    WQNO is a station based in New Orleans, Louisiana. The station is owned by Catholic Community Radio, Inc. and broadcasts at 690 kHz with a power level of 10,000 watts daytime and 5,000 watts nighttime. The station mostly runs Roman Catholic programming from EWTN radio. The facilities of the station, previously called WTIX, were severely damaged by Hurricane Katrina in late August 2005. The station had the target date to resume broadcasting on 1 December, and in November requested the new letters. A sports talk station in Florence, South Carolina later claimed the WTIX call letters, which are now used by a Winston-Salem, North Carolina station.

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