As a result of a fire at the station, the signals for CHQR, CFGQ-FM and CKRY-FM were unencoded on July 11, 2012 for a period of approximately 28 hours. The approximate start and end times of the incident are detailed in the PPM Technical Incident Report which is available on BBM’s secure website.
It's one thing to report the news. It's quite another to BE the news.
Fortunately, the week 40-52 BBM survey is 13 weeks long, running from May 28 through August 26, releasing on September 6.
You have to know that today's Calgary monthly PPM release had to make some local Corus people's hair catch on fire and anyone who's measured by PPM these days had to feel some sympathy pains.
Let's hope that the final quarterly update gets back to normal for 'em.
Meanwhile, make a note: in addition to a generator, plus all of the standby transmission and audio chain equipment it takes to have as a backup to be ready for anything, don't forget that backup encoder too (or when you go off your main audio chain, move your encoder as fast as possible to the redundant system).
At a time when more folks are turning to you for information, don't neglect to work as well to have that usage accurately measured.