Sales and Transactions: Week Feb 9, 2007

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• Religious WBLW FM 88.1 Gaylord was granted its license to cover for an increase in its effective radiated power from 3,000 watts @ 128 feet (Class A) to 5,000 watts @ 853 feet (Class C2). The station's directional antenna is now located in Charlevoix County on the same tower used by FOX TV affiliate WFUP Channel 45.

• The license for FM translator W251AD 98.1 Alpena has been reinstated by the FCC. Owner Wayne Kowalski failed to file for the station's license renewal which resulted in the cancellation on June 13, 2006. The translator of Classic Rock WKJZ FM was granted special temporary authority to resume operations in August 2006 while the FCC reviewed the station's application for license renewal, which was officially granted on January 31st.

• Country WUPY FM 101.1 Ontonagon was granted its license to cover for an effective radiated power increase from 30,000 watts @ 620 feet to 100,000 watts @ 696 feet.

 

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