Trustee Files To Take Over Wyoming FM
March 23, 2010 at 4:27 AM (PT)
A trustee has applied to the FCC to take over the license of Regional Mexican KOLT-F (LA PANTERA)/WARREN AFB, WY from TRACY BROADCASTING CORP., which is in Chapter 11 bankruptcy. JOLI A. LOFSTEDT made the application to take control from MICHAEL J. TRACY.
In other deals filed with the FCC, EMPLOYEE AND FAMILY RESOURCES, INC. is transferring low power FM KFMG-LP/DES MOINES to THE DES MOINES COMMUNITY RADIO FOUNDATION for assumption of liabilities.
BIBLE BROADCASTING NETWORK, INC. is selling FM translator W205CF/LAWRENCEBURG, TN to R. E. SPENCE d/b/a DUCK RIVER BROADCASTING for $15,000.
BROADCAST TOWERS, INC. is selling W295AN/MARATHON, FL to WESTMINSTER ACADEMY for $19,000.
RANDY MICHAELS' RADIOACTIVE LLC has asked for an extension of its silent STA for WMLF/WATSEKA, IL, citing "inadequate long-term staffing and programming resources" and claiming to be "implementing a business plan to ensure the financial viability of the station and resumption of operations." The station signed on the air on FEBRUARY 19th and operated from 9:56a to 10:01p before going silent.
WALKING BY FAITH MINISTRIES, INC. has requested an extension to keep WAML-A/LAUREL, MS silent, telling the FCC that the city and county governments took the station's site to build an emergency evacuation center and the station is looking for a new site.
BROADCAST TOWERS, INC. has taken W285EH/KEY WEST, FL silent, "due to the unsuitability of the site for permanent operations." The translator will apply for a new site for its transmitter.
PHASOR PHYSICS, INC. has taken K224DP and K245BD/DEADWOOD, SD off the air because it cannot receive a suitable signal for rebroadcast, and has filed for a new site.
And the new AM in RENO, NV has moved forward with the acceptance by the FCC of a modification application for HILL & GLOVER BROADCASTING's construction permit application for 1100 AM. The station, long held up by challenges to the comparative hearing procedure that led to the grant, proposes to use 50,000 watts daytime and 2,000 watts at night using a seven tower array (three used for the day pattern, six for the night pattern).