Sales and Transactions: August 2010 Archives

 

• Interlochen Center for the Arts was granted its license to cover for new sign on WLMN FM 89.7 Manistee. The station is carrying the NPR/news-talk format of IPR's WICA FM 91.5 Traverse City.

 

• The construction permit for the post-transitional facilites of WBUP TV Ch. 10 Ishpeming were modified from 4,800 watts @ 344 feet to 9,000 watts @ 755 feet from a broadcast tower located closer to Ishpeming.

 

• Licenses to cover for post-transition digital facilities were granted to WDIV TV Ch. 45 (PSIP Ch. 4) Detroit, WBSF TV Ch. 46 Bay City, WGTU TV Ch. 29 Traverse City, and WGTQ TV Ch. 8 Sault Ste. Marie.

 

• The construction permit for post-transition digital facilites for WWUP TV Ch. 10 Sault Ste. Marie was modified from 20,700 to 25,000 watts.

 

• No notable activity for July 28 - 30 and August 2 - 5.

 

 

• Radio Assist Ministry has applied to voluntarily transfer FM translator W219DK 91.7 Manistee to Edgewater Broadcasting as part of a larger transaction involving a number of FM stations and translators across the country.

 

• FM translator W284BQ 104.7 Warren was granted construction permit to change its location from Warren to Royal Oak Township, increase power from 50 to 250 watts, and change community of license to Detroit. The translator is owned by Radio Power, Inc.

 

WOOD-TV was granted a construction permit for a replacement digital translator on Ch. 46 in Muskegon. An analog translator on Ch. 46 has been operating from Muskegon for a number of years providing lakeshore residents a better signal for the NBC affiliate.

 

 

WZMQ TV Ch. 19 Marquette was granted a modification of its construction permit to specify 31,000 watts @ 577 feet from 41,600 watts @ 814 feet; tower would be located closer to Ishpeming.

 

 

WCML TV Ch. 24 (PSIP Ch. 6) Alpena was granted its license to cover for a power increase from 106,000 to 300,000 watts.

 

 

• Speaker Radio was granted a construction permit for a new non-commercial FM station to be licensed to Speaker Township (Sanilac County). The Class A station would operate with 400 watts @ 551 feet from a tower located southwest of Lexington.

 

 

• Classic rock WRUP FM 98.3 was granted its license to cover that saw the station move into the Marquette market, exiting Munising. The station changed its community of license to Palmer, moved its broadcast location from Alger County into Marquette County where it now operates with 2,600 watts @ 1018 feet. The station's prior facilities near Munising transmitted with 32,000 watts @ 358 feet and only provided a marginal signal into Marquette.

 

• Country WWWW-FM 102.9 Ann Arbor was granted a construction permit for its new primary antenna; the station has been operating from its auxiliary facility since 2009 after being forced to move. The new facilities will operate with 50,000 watts @ 440 feet with a directional antenna located southwest of Ann Arbor.

 

• No notable activity for August 13 and 16 - 17.

 

 

• LPTV WNYD-LP Ch. 26 Alpena was granted its license to cover. The station is owned by Confesora Peralta.

 

 

• The FCC approved the voluntary of transfer FM translator W219DK 91.7 Manistee to Edgewater Broadcasting from Radio Assist Ministry.

 

• No notable activity for August 20 and 23.

 

 

• The construction permit for the post-transition digital facilites of WJMN TV Ch. 3 Escanaba was modified to increase its height from 1148 to 1165 feet.

 

• No notable activity for August 25.

 

 

• The construction permit for WDTP FM 89.5 Huron Township (Trenton area) was modified from 900 watts @ 269 feet to 700 watts @ 312 feet.

 

• No notable activity for August 27.

 

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