103.1 Biloxi

FCC Applications 6/27

Station Moves Telesouth Communications is canceling its previously granted CP to upgrade 103.1 WOSM Ocean Springs/Biloxi, MS from a Class C2 with 50kW at 140 meters to a C1 with 100kW at 180 meters at the request of Apex Broadcasting. Concurrently WOSM has proposed to remain at its current tower with an increase to 150 meters (Coverage Map). At the same time Apex’ 103.1 WZLB Valparaiso/Fort Walton Beach applies to relocate to a new tower site upgrading from 50kW at 114.4 meters to 50kW at 145.8 meters (Coverage Map). After making an emergency move to a new tower with 850 watts at 140 meters via STA, Adams Radio’s 103.9 WWFW Fort Wayne is seeking to make the move permanent with an increase to 1.6kW. Bryan Broadcasting proposes to shift the CP of 100.9 KKEE Wheelock, TX to a new ...[Read More]

FCC Applications 2/12

Telesouth Communications has applied to boost its 103.1 WOSM Ocean Springs/Biloxi, MS from a Class C2 with 50kW at 140 meters to a C1 with 100kW at 180 meters. The increased coverage area would add Mobile, AL to the station’s 60dBu coverage area. Pittsburgh Public Media has requested an increase of Jazz 88.1 WYZR Bethany, WV from 1.1kW to 10kW as it attempts to boost its coverage in the greater Pittsburgh area. WYZR rimshots Pittsburgh while serving the Wheeling, WV market. Kevin Youngers has applied to move his CP for 103.9 K280FW Del Valle, TX to 92.9 with a boost from 9 to 170 watts from Austin’s West Lake Hills. The translator is currently licensed to rebroadcast EMF’s 92.5 KVLR Sunset Valley. Ted McCall has applied to relocate 105.9 W290BW Anderson, SC to Greenville ...[Read More]

SuperTalk Heading for Biloxi

Update 8/29: Telesouth has closed on its purchase of 103.1 WOSM and has flipped the station to Talk as part of its “Supertalk Mississippi” network. Original Report 6/26: Telesouth Communications is acquiring Southern Gospel 103.1 WOSM Ocean Springs, MS for $1.5 Million. The station will become the eleventh affiliate of Telesouth’s statewide “Supertalk Mississippi” network, which currently is lacking coverage over Biloxi. WOSM currently operates with 50kW at 140 meters and holds a Construction Permit to increase to 100kW at 187 meters that will also give the station some coverage in the Mobile, AL market. Telesouth is teasing that a “familiar coast voice” will join the network when it debuts on WOSM later this summer.