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* Talk WKLZ-AM 1470 Kalamazoo will go silent on Monday February 20th. Station owner Fairfield Broadcasting must turn in the station's license to the FCC as part of the agreement that allowed what is now WQSN-AM 1660 to take to the airwaves in the expanded AM band.

Fairfield to close WKLZ-AM (Kalamazoo Gazette, 2/15)



* WVXA-FM 96.7 Rogers City has been granted its license to cover for an ERP increase from 42,000 watts @ 384 feet to 50,000 watts @ 531 feet


* WQUS-FM 103.1 Lapeer has been granted its license to cover for changes to its facility- along with a slight change to its location the station now broadcasts with 2,600 watts @ 341 feet instead of 3,000 watts @ 299 feet

 

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