FCC Filings: Class A TV Station in Detroit Sold for $2M

TCT_300On February 17, an application was filed with the FCC to transfer the license of WDWO-CD (Detroit) from Locuspoint WDWO Licensee, LLC of Plesanton, California to religious broadcaster TCT of Michigan, Inc.

TCT is also known as Tri-State Christian Television.  The purchase price of the station was listed as $2 million.

WDWO is listed as an affiliate of TCT programming.  In Michigan, TCT presently owns WTLJ-TV (Muskegon), WAQP-TV (Saginaw), WJGP-LD (Kalamazoo) and WLNM-LD (Lansing).  The comany also owns other stations around the country.

In another FCC filing, Zamora Broadcast Systems, Inc. has applied to modify the construction permit of FM translator W240DL (Dearborn) to specify operation on 107.9 Mhz.  The translator will be a fill-in translator for WDTW-AM, also licensed to Dearborn.

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