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La Poderosa On The Move In Louisville

Brokered Regional Mexican “La Poderosa” is currently off the air at its now former home 620 WAKY Louisville/100.1 W261CO Shelbyville, KY. WAKY (formerly WTUV) and W261CO was sold to W&B Broadcasting last year and is currently simulcasting new sister Classic Hits 103.5 WAKY-FM Radcliff. The FM is not yet marketing or promoting its new signals. The “La Poderosa” format will return to the market on May 25 on what is now New Albany Broadcasting Company’s News/Talk 1570 WNDA New Albany, IN/1600 WLRS Eminence, KY.

FCC Applications 7/31: More Power For NYC Translator

Translator Changes Bridgelight LLC is seeking to increase the power of its CP for 95.1 W236CH Fort Greene, NY from 10 to 99 watts. The translator will cover Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Hudson County NJ from 4 Times Square via Cumulus’ 94.7 WNSH-HD4 (Coverage Map). Spring Arbor University seeks to relocate 98.3 W252CN Holt, MI to Lansing with an increase from 80 watts at 42.6 meters to 170 watts rebroadcasting 106.9 WSAE Spring Arbor (Coverage Map). Educational Media Foundation’s 102.9 W275CA Saginaw, MI applies to increase its CP from 2 watts at 112 meters to 13 watts at 121 meters with a move to 92.3 (Coverage Map). Ben F. Stinson’s 92.7 K224EN Hesperus, CO proposes to relocate to Durango on 92.3 with 250 watts at -269 meters (Coverage Map) rebroadcasting 92.5 KRWN Farmingt...[Read More]

Two Louisville FM’s Change Formats

Update 2/13: Union Broadcasting will convert its LMA of 105.7 WTUV-FM into an outright purchase. Union will pay $325,000 for the station that rimshots the eastern side of the Louisville market. Davidson Media will retain Regional Mexican “La Poderosa 620” WTUV. Original Report 2/2: A pair of changes have taken place in the Louisville area this weekend. Union Broadcasting’s “ESPN 680” WHBE Louisville has gained an FM simulcast on the eastern side of the market. Davidson Media’s 105.7 WTUV-FM Eminence, KY has flipped from a simulcast of sister Regional Mexican “La Poderosa 620” WTUV to a simulcast of WHBE. WTUV-FM rimshots the Louisville market with 3kW at 100 meters. Meanwhile New Albany Broadcasting Company has ended its LMA of 104.3 WLUE-FM ...[Read More]