I Didn’t Know Eric Scott Climbed Radio Towers!?!

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10/8/2013 Marquette, Michigan — Okay, not really. But an opportunity to drop by and visit the heart (transmitter) of

Yeah, I'm up almost 700 feet! Well, more like 7 feet. It's the 103-FXD tower!

Yeah, I’m up almost 700 feet! Well, more like 7 feet. It’s the 103-FXD tower!

103-FXD was quite amazing! Our very own Luke Noordyk, host of the Country Scoop with Luke and engineering genius, brought me out to our transmitter for a quick visit. I mentioned to Luke quite some time back that I’d love to visit our tower at some point. I couldn’t turn down the invitation!

With beautiful weather today, we had a chance to walk around the base of the tower, along with a visit inside the transmitter building. All those “thingamajigs” and “watchamacallits” were explained in great detail by Luke. I now have a much better idea on how the actual operation runs. I’m the guy behind the mic–what do I know about engineering!?!? I don’t mind getting my hands dirty every now and then and letting loose!

I felt like a kid who was just handed his very first candy cane. This experience was awesome! Look out Luke, I might actually have an interest in engineering!!

The 103-FXD tower is one mighty big stick! I bet you could see for miles and miles up there…

That's one sky-touching tower! Look at the size of that. This is where 103-FXD pushes out 100,000 watts of power to your speakers.

That’s one sky-touching tower! Look at the size of that. This is where 103-FXD pushes out 100,000 watts of power to your speakers.

-Eric Scott

I bet I can go higher than this. This is going to be a long climb.

I bet I can go higher than this. This is going to be a long climb.

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