Midwest Communications: Michigan radio

Michigan station count: 15, +1 in northern Wisconsin

Web site: www.mci.fm

E-mail/phone: visit web site

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FM Radio:

FreqCall   CityFormatParentHDMore
92.1 WQTX  LansingCountry info
92.7 WYVN yes HollandClassic Hits  info
92.9 WLMI yes LansingClassic Hits info
94.1 WVIC yes JacksonModern Rock  info
95.5 W238AL  PortageAdult Urban ContempWNWNinfo
95.5 W238CD  ColdwaterFull Service/OldiesWTVB info
96.5 WKZO yes KalamazooNews/Talk info
98.5 WNWN yes ColdwaterCountry info
99.7 WZDR yes Sturgeon Bay, WIClassic HitsWYDR info
106.1 WJXQ yes JacksonActive Rock info
106.5 WVFM yes KalamazooAdult Contemporary info

 

 

AM Radio:

FreqCall   CityFormatMore
590 WKZO yes KalamazooNews/Talkinfo
1450 WHTC yes HollandFull Serviceinfo
1560 WNWN  KalamazooAdult Urban Contmpryinfo
1590 WTVB  ColdwaterFull Service/Oldiesinfo
1660 WQLR  KalamazooSportsinfo

 

 

Notes/History:

  • 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.

 

 


 

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