Sales and Transactions: June 2010 Archives

 

• License to cover granted to FM translator W230BI 93.9 to change community of license from Metamora to Oxford, move south into Oakland County and modify power to 125 watts.

 

• No notable activity for May 26 - 28.

 

 

• FM translator W254BL 98.7 Manistee was granted a construction permit to change frequency to 98.5 as W253AR and increase power from 6 to 250 watts.

 

• The digital TV translator WPBN-TV on Channel 50 was granted its license to cover. The translator operates from the former location of WPBN's analog signal in Wexford County and helps fill in coverage for the station after it's primary transmitter moved to Kalkaska County.

 

 

• FM translator W206BI 89.1 Hamtramck was granted a construction permit to change frequency to 99.9 as W260CB, increase power from 10 to 250 watts, and move its broadcast location from Detroit to Royal Oak Township.

 

• FM translator W288BK 105.5 Rochester Hills was granted a construction permit to increase power from 12 to 38 watts and change its originating station from WQUS 103.1 Lapeer to WMXD 92.3 Detroit (HD-2).

 

• Roy E. Henderson (d.b.a. New Ulm Broadcasting Co.) has been granted a construction permit for a new low power digital TV station to be licensed to Traverse City on Channel 7. W07DQ-D would operate with 3,000 watts @ 538 feet from the same broadcast tower used by WLDR-FM 101.9.

 

WNMU TV Ch. 13 Marquette was granted its license to cover for its post-transition digital facilities.

 

• No notable activity for June 3 - 4.

 

 

• Country WTCM-FM 103.5 Traverse City was granted a construction permit to increase its height above average terrain from 991 feet to 1,486 feet. The station will stay at 100,000 watts.

 

• The construction permit for WCDY FM 107.9 McBain was modified from 2,050 watts @ 568 feet with a non-directional antenna to 3,100 watts @ 459 feet with a directional antenna. The station's location would also move southwest near where Wexford, Missaukee, and Osceola Counties meet.

 

• The FCC approved the sale of FM translator W206BI 89.1 Hamtramck by Best Media to Radio One. Sale price was $120,000.

 

 

• Hispanic Christian Community Network is selling two Escanaba LPTV stations, W11CZ and W25DX, to Iglesia Pentecostal Visperia Del Fin as part of a larger transaction worth $400,000 pending FCC approval and closing.

 

• Bible Broadcasting Network has closed on its purchase of WCWB FM 90.1 Coldwater from Michiana Christian Broadcasters.

 

 

• Synergy Media is purchasing FM translator W226BB 93.1 Ludington from Horizon Christian Fellowship for $6,000 pending FCC approval and closing. The application shows that Synergy plans on using the translator to retransmit its WWKR FM 94.1 Hart.

 

 

• Grace Baptist Church, licensee of religious WBLW FM 88.1 Gaylord, was issued a forfeiture order in the amount of $3,000 for "failing to timely file a license renewal application and engaging in unauthorized operation of the Station". FCC Forfeiture Order (.pdf)

 

• No notable activity for June 11 and 14.

 

 

• Central Michigan University's WCMU-TV Ch. 14 Mt. Pleasant and WCMW-TV Ch. 21 Manistee were granted their licenses to cover for their post-transition digital facilities.

 

• No notable activity for June 16 - 18.

 

 

• Vineyard Academy was granted a construction permit for a new FM station at 91.5 to be licensed to Vicksburg. The Class B1 station would operate with 20,000 watts @ 174 feet with a directional antenna located in St. Joseph County should it be completed as specify. Vicksburg is located southeast of Kalamazoo.

 

• No notable activity for June 22 - 23.

 

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