Friday, November 01, 2019

Last week's FCC items

Fairbanks, Alaska: KCBF 820:
Granted STA to share on KFAR-660 tower, 10,000/10,000 ND, 64-48-29/147-29-34. KCBF site damaged & no longer available.
Piedmont, California: KSFN 1510:
OFF Sept. 30th pending repairs to station's roof.
San Jose, California: KSJX 1500:
Requests STA for 5,000 DA-D using nighttime towers, due to control cable failure.
Lake Wales, Florida: WIPC 1280:
Power reduced to 1,000/150 ND, 27-55-30/81-36-16; eliminate separate daytime site.
Woodbine, Georgia: WCGA 1100:
OFF Sept. 12th. LNB (on satellite dish) failed & internet modem damaged by weather.
Agana, Guam: KUSG 1350 & KVOG 1530:
Both stations OFF Oct. 18th pending Army Corps of Engineers approval of new site.
Decatur, Indiana: WJZI 1540:
Granted STA for 150-foot long wire 10 feet high between two poles, with no more than 62.5 watts.
Quincy, Massachusetts: WMEX 1510:
Power reduced to 10,000/100 ND, 42-16-25/71-02-30; city changed from Boston.
Walled Lake, Michigan: WPON 1460:
Granted power reduction to 670/580 DA-2, 42-32-39/83-33-36.
Anaconda, Montana: KANA 580:
OFF Oct. 1st, lost site lease but hopes to renew at same site.
Holdrege, Nebraska: KUVR 1380:
Requests STA 25/25 ND, 40-26-17/99-22-18; temporary whip antenna atop studio building. Lost lease for licensed site.
Brockport, New York: WRSB 1600:
Requests frequency change from 1590, 300/5 ND, 43-11-44/77-57-05.
Donelson, Tennessee: WCRT 1160:
Granted STA 13,000/1,000 DA-N due to failure of daytime 50,000-watt transmitter.
Mabank, Texas: KTXV 890:
OFF Oct. 11th, copper theft.
Seattle, Washington: KKOL 1300:
OFF Sept. 27th. Station sold & new owners awaiting equipment replacement.
Oak Hill, West Virginia: WOAY 860:
OFF Oct. 1st, TV repack construction on station tower.

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