Stratford, Ontario: 1240KHz:
CJCS moving to FM.
Station has applied for 107.1 FM, which will almost certainly be granted.
The following stations have recently changed callsigns:
Hahira, Georgia 810 WZYN from WTHV Las Cruces, New Mexico 570 KWML from KGRT Philadelphia, Penna. 610 WTEL from WIP Columbia, S. Carolina 560 WVOC from WXBT San Antonio, Texas 1350 KXTN from KCOR Victoria, Texas 1410 KITE from KNAL
I don't normally report TV call changes here, but channel 8 in Grand Junction, Colorado has changed three times in recent months... from KJCT to KGBY, then back to KJCT, and now back to KGBY again...
Mississauga, Ontario: 1320KHz:
Oakville, Ontario: 1250KHz:
CJMR & CJYE granted technical changes.
Both stations will switch from DA-2 (different directional patterns day & night) to DA-1. (same pattern day & night). CJMR will also reduce daytime power from 20,000 watts to 10,000. The changes will simplify antenna switching, at some expense in daytime coverage.
The following AM stations have recently changed callsigns:
Petaluma, California 1490 KZNB from KTOB Wichita, Kansas 1070 KFTI from KLIO Morganfield, Kentucky 1550 WUCO from WMSK Havre de Grace, Md. 1330 WHGM from WJSS Boston, Massachusetts 1510 WMEX from WUFC Helena, Montana 950 KCAP from KMTX Red Springs, N.C. 1160 WYDU from WTEL Olympia, Washington 1240 KBUP from KGY
The following AM stations have had their license cancelled. Most failed to respond to letters from the FCC asking whether the stations were in fact operating.
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Here's a link to a weekly "TV Guide" for radio, in Nashville, in 1933. (courtesy of David Eduardo's "American Radio History" site)
A few things I found interesting, besides the old ads:
However, programs are also listed as airing on eight out-of-town stations including: