Friday, December 20, 2013

AM station requests move to new frequency

Estevan, Saskatchewan: 1150KHz:
CJSL requests move from 1280.

49-03-25N/102-59-17W
CJSL and two co-owned FM stations are being forced out of their current tower site; the owner of the mineral rights wants to mine for coal. The stations are moving about 3km to the west. CJSL decided to ask for a better frequency at the same time. 1150 is available because of the closure of CKX, on that frequency in nearby Brandon, Manitoba.

AM station permit cancelled

Reno, Nevada: 550KHz:
Permit for new station cancelled.

(550 Investments)
Expired in September 2012.

Applications for new AM stations dismissed

West Simsbury, Connecticut: 1040KHz:
Application for new station dismissed.

(God Radio Group)


Star, Idaho: 540KHz:
Application for new station dismissed.

(Robert E. Combs)

Saturday, December 14, 2013

AM station proposed frequency & location change

Brantley, Alabama: 920KHz:
WEZZ proposes move from 930 Monroeville.

450 watts non-directional, daytime only. 31-42-26N/86-13-12W.

AM call changes

The following AM stations have recently changed callsigns:

Location: FreqNew Old
Eagle River, Alaska 1020KVNTKOAN
Coral Springs, Florida 1120WMSXWZBR
Mountain City, Georgia 1340WHTDWELG
Charleston, Illinois 1270WEICWRJM
Brockton, Massachusetts 1410WZBRWMSX
West Yarmouth, Massachusetts1240WBASWBUR
Flemington, New Jersey 1040WNJEWCHR
Trenton, New Jersey 920 WCHRWNJE
Lawton, Oklahoma 1050KXCAKKRX
Lawton, Oklahoma 1380KKRXKXCA
Beaver, Utah 1230KRAMKBEV
Vernal, Utah 1400KBEVKRAM

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

AM stations going & gone

Williams Lake, British Columbia: 860KHz:
CBRL moving to 92.1 FM.

(where it will become CBYK-FM-1)


Summersville, West Virginia: 1230KHz:
Permit for new station WSGD expired.

Application for new AM station

Edmonton, Alberta: 580KHz:
Application filed for new station.

10,000 watts day & night; ethnic.
Would take over the frequency abandoned by CKUA, which moved to FM.