94.7 San Antonio

FCC Applications 10/9: Another Twin Cities Translator Move-In

Translator Moves iHeartMedia is filing to move yet another translator to the IDS Center in downtown Minneapolis. 96.7 W244CS Hudson, WI, which the company announced the acquisition of last week, has applied to change city-of-license to Calhoun Beach, MN where it will operate with 170 watts at 236 meters (Coverage Map) rebroadcasting an HD subchannel of 107.9 KQQL. Due to interference complaints from 99.9 WXJB Homosassa, FL, Reach Communications has applied to shift 99.9 W207BU Bayonet Point to 100.3. W207BU, which is operated by iHeartMedia as Alternative “Alt 99.9“, would operate with 250 watts at 327 meters directed southward towards St. Petersburg (Coverage Map). Alpha Media’s 94.7 K234CI Marion, TX has completed its relocation into San Antonio and now applies to move ...[Read More]

Alpha Acquires Three San Antonio Translators

Alpha Media has agreed to purchase three translators in the San Antonio market for a combined $1,452,500. For $412,500, Alpha acquires 94.7 K234CI Marion, TX from Frank McCoy. K234CI holds a CP to relocate to San Antonio with 250 watts at 126 meters (Coverage Map). Alpha intends on changing the originating station from Salem’s 630 KSLR to their Sports “ESPN 1250” KZDC. For $430,000, Alpha will purchase the CP of 103.3 K277CX Terrell Wells, TX from San Antonio Radioworks. Currently licensed with 185 watts at 178 meters (Coverage Map), Alpha intends to change the originating station from 1480 KCHL to CHR 94.1 KTFM. $610,000 brings 107.1 K296GK Pleasanton, TX from Wildcatter Wireless. K296GK holds a CP to relocate to San Antonio with 250 watts at 178 meters (Coverage Map). A...[Read More]

FCC Applications 4/4

Following their acquisition of 102.9 WDRC-FM Hartford, Connoisseur Media has filed to adjust the patterns of it and adjacent channel sister 103.1 WBZO Bay Shore, NY. Both stations will retain their current tower heights and power; 19.5kW at 247 meters for WDRC-FM and 1.55kW at 141 meters for WBZO. WDRC-FM will adjust from non-directional to a directional array, while WBZO will shift to non-directional. The move will allow WBZO to put a city-grade signal over the north shore of Long Island with less interference from WDRC-FM. After its long saga to move into Manhattan came to an end, 106.3 W292DV New York moved to Long Island City, Queens with 4 watts at 200 meters. After building out that facility and testing, the translator now seeks to upgrade to 40 watts from the same height and facilit...[Read More]