Carthage, Illinois: 990KHz:
WCAZ license "unrenewed"
Due to unpaid FCC fees. I'm not convinced this is permanent -- I suspect if the fees are paid the license will be renewed.
The following stations have recently changed callsigns:
Beverly Hills, Calif. 1260 KSUR from KBOQ Boise, Idaho 730 KDBI from KNFL Fargo, North Dakota 740 KNFL from KVOX Rossford, Ohio 1520 WPAY from WNWT Bend, Oregon 940 KCOE from KICE Wellsboro, Pennsylvania 1490 WNDA from WNBT Lubbock, Texas 1420 KWBF from KJDL
Seward, Alaska: 950KHz:
Morehead, Kentucky: 1330KHz:
Salyersville, Kentucky: 1140KHz:
West Liberty, Kentucky: 1450KHz:
Winnipeg, Manitoba: 810KHz:
KSEW, WMOR, WRLV, WLKS, and CKJS going away.
The Seward station lost its license.
The three Kentucky stations (co-owned) surrendered their licenses.
The Winnipeg station wants to move to 92.7 FM. The CRTC has not yet granted that application, but it is likely they will.
Blind River, Ontario: 1010KHz:
Marathon, Ontario: 1090KHz:
Terrace Bay, Ontario: 1010KHz:
CBON-6, CBLM, and CBEH to go away
CBON-6 and CBLM are going to 98.5 and 107.5 FM respectively. The 107.5 station will also cover the area served by CBEH, making the AM station obsolete.
The following AM stations have recently changed callsigns:
Wasilla, Alaska 1430 KVHZ from KKNI Culver City, California 1500 KWIF for new station Palm Springs, California 1450 KCOD from KPTR Elberton, Georgia 1400 WHTD from WSGC Louisville, Kentucky 900 WJIE from WFIA Auburn, New York 1340 WMBO from WNDR Plattsburgh, New York 1070 WPLB from WTWK Lewistown, Pennsylvania 670 WLUI from WIEZ Somerset, Pennsylvania 990 WNTI from WLLI Algood, Tennessee 1600 WUCT from WATX Jackson, Tennessee 1390 WLLI from WTJS Huntington, West Virginia 1200 WYSN from WZPS