Friday, February 28, 2020

FCC AM items

Santa Barbara, California: KOSJ 1490:
Granted slight reduction in night power to 940 watts.

Upper Grand Lagoon, Florida: WLTG 1430:
Granted reduction in power to 125 watts day/60 watts night, non-directional
Site change to 30-10-44/85-46-55 (WILN-FM 105.9 tower);
City from Panama City.
Upper Grand Lagoon is an actual community, designated by the U.S. Census and with a population of about 13,000.

Murrayville, Georgia: WGTJ 1330:
Requests slight change in site to 32-22-12/83-56-54; add night power of 34 watts.

Holdrege, Nebraska: KUVR 1380:
Granted power reduction to 320 watts non-directional, daytime only.
Site change to 40-30-57/99-23-47; to share on one of co-owned KRVN-880's towers.

Niagara Falls, New York: WHLD 1270:
Granted Special Temporary Authority for 250 watts nighttime on the daytime pattern. Nighttime antenna tuner damaged.

Hillsboro, Oregon: KUIK 1360:
Requests Special Temporary Authority for 1,500 watts, directional at night only. Transmitter failure.
Filed as a request for 1,500 kilowatts (1.5 megawatts), obviously a typo!

Easton, Pennsylvania: WEEX 1230:
Requests daytime power increase from 840 watts to 1,000, and to drop daytime directional antenna.

Scranton, Pennsylvania: WAAF 910:
Calls changed from WBZU.
(The WAAF call letters were on an FM station near Worcester, Mass. for nearly fifty years. Entercom sold the FM station to K-Love and a callsign change is expected.)

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