Friday, September 17, 2021

FCC items

Denver, Colorado: KLDC 1220:
Requests power increase from 660/11 non-directional to 1,000/12, directional daytime only, 39-39-29/105-00-51.  

Pompano Beach, Florida: WWNN 1470:
Requests removal of two towers from six-tower array & reduction of daytime power from 50,000 watts to 35,000.

Somonauk, Illinois: WDYS 1480:
Requests power reduction to 250/10 ND, 41-40-06/88-34-06; amendment to add night power.

Alexandria, Louisiana: KSYL 970:
Requests removal of nighttime directional antenna & reduction of night power to 120 watts.  Daytime facility not affected.

Franklinton, Louisiana: WOMN 1110: (Aug. 29th)
New Orleans, Louisiana: WSHO 800: (Aug. 31st-Sept. 13th)
New Orleans, Louisiana: WYLD 940: (Aug. 30th-Sept. 2nd)
New Orleans, Louisiana: WODT 1280: (Aug. 30th)
New Orleans, Louisiana: WWWL 1350: (Sept. 1st-5th)
Columbia, Mississippi: WCJU 1450: (Aug. 31st-Sept. 3rd)
Hattiesburg, Mississippi: WHSY 950: (Aug. 31st-Sept. 3rd)
These stations were off due to Hurricane Ida.  (WOMN says Rita but I think that's a typo)  WOMN and WODT are still off as of Sept. 17th.  

Faribault, Minnesota: KDHL 920:
Power reduced to 3,300/1,000 DA-2.

Painesville, Ohio: WABQ 1460:
Granted STA to operate at reduced power of approximately 100 watts pending repairs to transmission system.

Eugene, Oregon: KOPB 1600: (and 1750:)
Requests STA to operate with spurious emission on 1750KHz that exceeds FCC specs.  (by 12dB daytime and 5dB nighttime)  Spur is the result of mixing with KEED-1450, so you may hear both stations' programming mixed on 1750.  

Bassett, Virginia: WCBX 900:
OFF Sept. 6th, unknown equipment malfunction.

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