Midwest Communications: Michigan radio
Michigan station count: 15, +1 in northern Wisconsin
Web site: www.mci.fm
E-mail/phone: visit web site
More web sites about Midwest Communications:
|95.5||W238AL||Portage||Adult Urban Contemp||WNWN||info|
|99.7||WZDR||Sturgeon Bay, WI||Classic Hits||WYDR||info|
|1560||WNWN||Kalamazoo||Adult Urban Contmpry||info|
- 3/2011: Family Stations sells FM translator W239AX 95.7 Camden to Midwest Communications for $40,000 pending FCC approval and closing. The application states Midwest plans on rebroadasting full service/oldies WTVB AM 1590 Coldwater on the translator which later moves to 95.5 as W238CD.
- 2/2010: Rubber City Radio Group agrees to sell 4 FM stations in the Lansing/Jackson area (92.1, 92.9, 94.1, and 106.1) to Midwest Communications for $4.1 million pending FCC approval and closing. FCC approves sale in May, 2010.
- 8/2008: 95.5 translator Portage switches from relay of WNWN-FM to WNWN AM.
- 3/2006: FCC approves acquisition of WQLR, WKZO, and WQSN from Fairfield Broadcasting
- 2/2006: WKLZ AM 1470 goes silent. The station was replaced by WQSN-AM 1660 five years ago and part of that agreement called for the existing facility on AM 1470 to sign off after 5 years of the new station hitting the air.
- 1/2006: Announced that Fairfield Broadcasting has sold 3 of its Kalamazoo stations (WQLR-FM 106.5, WKZO-AM 590, WQSN-AM 1660) to Midwest Communications for $13.25 million pending FCC approval and closing.
- 3/10/2004: Construction permit granted for translator station of WNWN-FM at 95.5 to be licensed to Portage
- 7/2001: Announced that WYVN 92.7 Saugatuck is being purchased from Conrad Communcations
- 3/27/2001: WVIC call sign moves from FM 92.7 to FM 94.1.
- 2/15/2001: FCC approves sale of WVIC-FM 92.7 Charlotte from BB Broadcasting to Rubber City Radio Group.
- 1/2001: LMA begins with Conrad Communications for FM 92.7 Saugatuck/Holland (was WEVS, now WYVN)
- 2000: FCC approval of acquisition of WHTC
- 7/12/2000: FCC approves sale of 94.1 WXIK, 106.1 WJXQ, and 92.1 WWDX from 62nd Street Broadcasting to Rubber City Radio.
- 6/2000: Announced that Midwest will be acquiring WHTC-AM 1450 Holland from Holland Communications
- 5/16/2000: Announced that 3 stations (94.1 WXIK, 106.1 WJXQ, 92.1 WWDX) are being sold to Rubber City Radio from 62nd Street Broadcasting
- 1/6/1999: FCC approves name change on licenses for WNWN-AM/FM, WTVB, and WFAT from MWC, Inc. to Midwest Communications, Inc.