99.9 Tampa

Alt 99.9 Tampa Moves To 100.3

Update 11/7: Due to a interference complaint from 99.9 WXJB Homosassa, “Alt 99.9” W207BU Bayonet Point moved to 100.3 at 12pm today. Original Report 9/24: iHeartMedia has launched two new translators in the Tampa Bay market. Classic Rock “Thunder Tampa Bay” adds a third signal as 99.1 W202CB Bayonet Point completes its upgrade and move from 88.3. The new signal joins 94.5 W233AV Gulfport/St. Petersburg and 105.9 W290BJ West Tampa in airing the programming originating at 100.7 WMTX-HD2. W202CB gives the format coverage in the northern parts of the market around Clearwater and New Port Richey (Coverage Map). Concurrently, the company launches Alternative “Alt 99.9” on W207BU Bayonet Point via 103.5 WFUS-HD2. The new station is strongest in the same places ...[Read More]

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]

FCC Applications 4/16

Station Moves Georgia State University’s “Album 88.5” WRAS Atlanta is again attempting to move its transmission site from the southeast side of the city to downtown. The proposed tower site is used by a few translators as well as auxiliary sites for WUBL, WWPW, WWWQ, and WNNX. WRAS seeks to operate with 50kW at 318 meters. Clear Channel seeks to move two of its Dallas market signals to their auxiliary antenna permanently. 102.1 KDGE Fort Worth-Dallas and 102.9 KDMX Dallas will remain in the Cedar Hill area with 100kW while increasing their height from 485 to 535 meters above average terrain. Educational Media Foundation has completed its move of 102.9 KYSF Bonanza/Klamath Falls, OR to 97.5 and now seeks to increase the station from a C3 to C2. The station will increase fr...[Read More]