• WOAP AM 1080 Owosso has been granted a construction permit from a major change application. The currently silent station will be changing its community of license to Waverly, moving its transmitter to Ingham county just south of Lansing, and increase its daytime power to 50,000 watts. WOAP, licensed for daytime operations only, will continue to be a daytime station only. The station is currently licensed for 1,000 watts from a transmitter location north of Owosso in Shiawassee county and before going silent was carrying Catholic programming. WOAP's owner is listed as 1090 Investments, LLC which also owns Catholic WCAR AM 1090 Livonia/Detroit.
• Home FM (WSAE FM 106.9 Spring Arbor) has signed on a new translator in Chelsea at 98.3 FM. An application for license to cover for the new outlet has been filed with the FCC.
• Davidson Media will be selling religious/ethnic WDRJ AM 1440 Inkster/Detroit to Communicom as part of a four station sale worth $7.1 million, pending FCC approval and closing. No specifics about the specific sale price of WDRJ have been made available as of yet. Davidson acquired WDRJ for $5.75 million in 2004.
• Low Power TV outlet WLLZ-LP Channel 12 has been granted its license to cover for an increase in power and community of license change from Traverse City to Cedar.