WSAE FM 106.9 Spring Arbor

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Slogan/Positioner: Home.fm

Format: Adult Contemporary with some Christian titles (non-commercial)

Web site: www.home.fm

E-mail: visit web site

Power/Height/Class: 3,900 watts / 335 feet / A

FCC technical information:

More about station:

Call Sign History:

  • WSAE

Call Sign Origin:

On Air Date: June 29, 1963 on 89.3 FM

 

Translator stations: (7)

 

Owner: Spring Arbor University

Telephone: (517) 750-9723

 

Notes/History:

  • 10/2010: W252BA 98.3 Chelsea granted construction permit to change power from 250 watts @ 59 feet to 120 watts @ 108 feet and a change location from west of Chelsea into Chelsea. The station has been operating with special temporary authority from its new location. Construction permit canceled in Feb. 2011.
  • 9/2009: License to cover granted for changes to Kalamazoo translator.
  • 10/2008: License to cover granted for changes to Battle Creek translator.
  • 3/2008: Battle Creek translator granted construction permit to change location further north and change power from 120 to 80 watts.
  • 4/2007: Construction permit for W299AV 107.7 Deerfield canceled.
  • 4/2007: Licenses to cover granted for translators W252BA 98.3 Chelsea and W227BY 93.3 Somerset.
  • 3/2007: Chelsea transmitter (W252BA 98.3) begins operations.
  • 3/2007: Battle Creek translator granted license to cover for frequency change from 92.5 to 92.3.
  • 8/2006: License to cover granted for translator W246AU 97.1 Coldwater.
  • 8/2006: Battle Creek translator granted construction permit to move from FM 92.5 to FM 92.3.
  • 7/2006: Construction permit for translator at Somerset modified to change frequency from 92.9 to 93.3.
  • 5/18/2005: Format change from variety/Christian "Power Praise FM" to a hybrid of Contemporary Christian and mainstream soft rock music as "Home.fm". Power Praise format moves to WJKN-FM 89.3.
  • 5/2004: Construction permit granted for new translator to be licensed to Coldwater at 97.1
  • 3/2004: Construction permits granted for new translators to be licensed to Somerset at 92.9, Chelsea at 98.3, and Deerfield at 107.7
  • 2003: WJKN AM returns to air with WSAE simulcast. WJKN AM would later switch to simulcast of KTGG
  • 7/2002: WJKN AM is silent once again
  • 10/2001: WJKN AM 1510 Jackson returns to air simulcasting WSAE
  • 1998: Kalamazoo translator at 99.5 begins operations.
  • 11/11/1997: Battle Creek translator at 92.5 begins operations.
  • 11/18/1996: Lansing translator at 104.7 begins operations.
  • 12/1995: Adrian translator at 96.5 begins operations.
  • 12/1993: Power to 3900 watts.
  • 10/1991: New frequency 106.9, power to 2900 watts.
  • 4/1977: Power to 3100 watts.
  • 2/1971: Power to 1000 watts.
  • 6/29/1963: On air at 89.3 FM as a student station for Spring Arbor College, 10 watts.

 


 

WSAE transmitter location:

Jackson County

 


 

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