When I first heard WFAA Dallas, Texas they shared air time with WBAP on 570 kHz and 820 kHz. Each station operated on the respective frequencies half the time. I sent a report to them after receiving them on 820 kHz.
WFAA’s predecessor KGKO in Wichita Falls first signed on in 1925. KGKO moved to Fort Worth in 1935 and changed call letters to WFAA in 1938. The shared time arrangement ended in May 1970 when WFAA stayed on 570 and WBAP stayed on 820. After several call changes for the station on 570, the current call letters KLIF moved from a station on 1190 kHz in 1990. The current format for KLIF is Talk Radio.
This is my first AM (Medium Wave – MW) QSL.