Friday, September 04, 2020

FCC items

Helendale, California: KQTE 1450:
Granted change to 760/760 ND, 34-46-00/117-14-48; to relocate transmitter.

Jacksonville, Florida: WZAZ 1400:
OFF Aug. 19th, temporary antenna damaged.

Ellijay, Georgia: WPGY 1580:
Correct coordinates to 34-41-57/84-28-42.

Madison, Georgia: WYTH 1250:
Granted STA for 500 watts to temporary long-wire antenna pending move to permanent tower.

Lake Charles, Louisiana: KXZZ 1580:
OFF Aug. 27th, Hurricane Laura damage.

Sulphur, Louisiana: KEZM 1310:
OFF Aug. 27th, Hurricane Laura destroyed antenna.

Butte, Montana: KXTL 1370:
Granted daytime power reduction from 5kw to 1kw.

Derry, New Hampshire: WDER 1320:
Requests STA to operate 400 watts at night (vs. licensed 1,000) with modified directional pattern.  Lawnmower knocked down tower #4.
STA granted Sept. 22nd.

Charlotte, North Carolina: WHVN 1240:
Requests STA 600/600 ND, 35-15-51/80-46-13; interim site using studio-transmitter link (STL) tower.  Lost existing transmitter site.
STA granted Sept. 24th.

West Fargo, North Dakota: KFNW 1200:
Requests move to 46-43-15/97-01-47; 50,000/13,000 DA-2; to move site.

Parma, Ohio: WCCD 1000:
Failed to file license renewal by June 1st deadline.  If a late renewal isn't filed, the WCCD license expires Oct. 1st.

Woodward, Oklahoma: KSIW 1450:
Correct coordinates to 36-25-37/99-24-22.

King of Prussia, Pennsylvania: WFYL 1180:
OFF Mar. 23rd.  Station lost lease, and its temporary site has been vandalized four times since October 2019.

Beaumont, Texas: KLVI 560:
Granted STA to operate non-directionally at night at 25% power or "a higher power not exceeding licensed power while insuring that the radiated field strength does not exceed that authorized in any given azimuth..."

Beaumont, Texas: KZZB 990:
OFF Aug. 20th, no electrical service to transmitter site.  (although the STA request says the call letters are WLVV:) )

Middlebury, Vermont: WFAD 1490:
Requests power reduction to 960 watts ND; amendment from 966 watts.  Tower to be replaced with one slightly higher.

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