• MacDonald Broadcasting has been granted a construction permit for a new Class A FM radio station to be licensed to Traverse City at 104.5. The station would operate with 1,750 watts @ 614 from an antenna location along M-72 west of Traverse City. MacDonald Broadcasting, primarily controlled by Ken MacDonald, Jr., owns 8 radio stations in Lansing and Saginaw/Bay City. His sister, Patricia MacDonald-Garber, is the principle of 7 northern Michigan radio stations and one translator - a group that was spun off from MacDonald Broadcasting in 1998 after the application for FM 104.5 Traverse City was originally filed with the FCC.
• FM translator W288BK 105.5 Rochester Hills was granted its license to cover for a power increase from 12 watts @ 85 feet to 38 watts @ 171 feet. The translator retransmits contemporary Christian 'K-Love' which is broadcast on WMXD-FM 92.3 HD2.
• No notable activity for February 7.