- Associated Press - Wednesday, June 3, 2015

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - Maine Public Broadcasting Network says its southern Maine radio station will hopefully be back to full power soon.

The station is in the third day of technical difficulties that began with a line break in Sebago.

The network’s 90.1 FM frequency in Portland is using a low power signal on Wednesday that only reaches some areas of southern Maine. The station normally reaches the most listeners of the stations in the radio network.

A spokeswoman for the network says the station will hopefully be back to full power by Wednesday afternoon.

The network says the other stations are not affected by the technical difficulties.

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