FCC OKs License Renewal, Sale Over Objections
May 1, 2008 at 8:41 AM (PT)
The FCC has renewed WIN RADIO BROADCASTING CORP.'s license for Oldies WNYH-A/HUNTINGTON, LONG ISLAND, NY over objections filed by RALPH AMITRANO and ROBERT M. JEANTET. The two objections included several grounds for denial in each, including EAS, power-down and content violations, all of which the FCC ruled were adequately rebutted by the licensee.
The Commission also rejected OPUS BROADCASTING's petition to deny the sale of Top 40 KNOE-F/MONROE, LA from NOE RADIO ENTERPRISES to RADIO MONROE, LLC. The objection centered on the buyer being owned by CLAY HOLLADAY, brother of ROBERT HOLLADAY, whose HOLLADAY BROADCASTING owns six other stations in the MONROE market. The FCC determined that ROBERT HOLLADAY has no interest in RADIO MONROE, LLC.