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WHRB has undertaken an extensive program of technical improvements to boost its broadcasting area and to provide stereo broadcasting.
The station will begin stereo broadcasting Monday at 9 p.m. from a new 3,000 kilowatt transmitter atop Holyoke Center. WHRB-- which has been off the air this Fall because the FCC hasn't approved a new 3000 kilowatt license--Will come on the air with its standard 850 kilowatt license today from its new transmitter.
The new $8000 unit until will increase the station's broadcast area by 70 per cent, reaching south to Dedham and Wellesley where other stations had blocked reception.
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