Here’s the latest Michigan-related FCC broadcast filings:
On June 6, AMC Partners Escanaba, LLC filed a construction permit application to reduce the effective radiated power of WCMM-FM (Gulliver) from 100kw to 60kw. The application states that the power reduction is needed to eliminate market coverage overlap.
On June 5, Up North Radio, LLC filed a license application to modify the license of WBZX-FM (Big Rapids) to cover replacement of its antenna.
On June 2, Educational Media Foundation was granted an application for minor changes to FM translator W262BD (Dimondale). The application is to increase the effective radiated power of the translator from 22 watts to 99 watts. The translator rebroadcasts the signal of WWSJ-AM, St. Johns.
On May 31, Caron Broadcasting, Inc. filed an license application to cover a construction permit for FM translator W224CC (Detroit). The construction permit was for a power increase from 70 to 90 watts effective-radiated power. The translator rebroadcasts the signal of WLVQ-AM, Detroit.
On May 25, WRVM, Inc. received approval for a minor-change application for FM translator W237AW, licensed to Iron River, MI. The application was for a power change from 50 to 55 watts effective radiated power. The translator rebroadcasts the signal of WMVM-FM, Goodman, WI.