• Spring Arbor University's WJKN AM 1510 Jackson and KTGG AM 1540 Spring Arbor were both granted construction permits for changes. WJKN will remain at 5,000 watts as a daytimer, but change location from near Jackson to south of Spring Arbor (where KTGG currently operates from). The station will use a 2-tower array instead of the current 4 towers. KTGG will change its community of license to Okemos and move from Jackson county to Ingham county. It also will remain a daytime-only station; power will change from 450 watts (185 during critical hours) to 400 watts (219 critical hours) and continue to operate with a single tower.
• No notable activity for June 11th.