KTLN Update

May 26, 2014
Robert Carroll / WWNO

90.5 KTLN-FM has been experiencing technical difficulties since we relocated our transmitter to a new broadcast tower.

This past weekend our engineer Robert Carroll discovered evidence of a family of mice in the transmitter's remote control equipment.

It will take several days to replace and repair the damaged electronics, but we're confident KTLN is on a path to full service once again.

Please let us know your comments and concerns: comments@wwno.org

KTLN 90.5 FM, the New Orleans Public Radio signal for Houma and Thibodeaux, is experiencing technical difficulties and is currently off the air while our engineers make repairs.

We appreciate your patience! Listeners in Houma, Thibodeaux and around the world can tune in to all our programming on our website, or on 89.9 FM in the New Orleans area.

Listeners in the Thibodaux-Houma area can find KTLN back on the air at 90.5 FM, after WWNO chief engineer Robert Carroll identified the failed transmitter components, drove for replacements, and installed the new parts Monday night.