• The on-again, off-again FM translator owned by Radio Power at 104.7 in Detroit, W284BQ, has now applied to move to FM 93.9 where if approved it would still operate at 250 watts but with greatly reduced height. The antenna would also move to the same tower currently shared by WWJ-TV, WTVS-TV, and WMYD-TV along 8 Mile near Wyoming. This move would undoubtably cause and be subject to major co-channel interference from Windsor Ontario's CIDR-FM, which also operates on 93.9. When the translator has been operating, it has been rebroadcasting WRCJ-FM 90.9.
• Official filings have been made with the FCC for the merger of Citadel with Cumulus. Other than the previous placement of WBCK AM 930 into trust, all of the two companies' Michigan radio stations will be owned by the new Cumulus should the deal receive approvals. The new group would own 38 radio stations in lower Michigan.
• The FCC approved the sale of the construction permit for WUMI FM 90.3 Newberry to West Central Michigan Media Ministries from Korkee, Inc. Sale price was $2,500.
• The silent WMTE AM 1340 Manistee has applied for an extension to its remain silent authorization. The station stopped operating in October, 2010.