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11 Texas Stations Face License Expiration

FCC issues reminder that renewal applications are not in hand

Logo of the Plains Independent School District
Plains Independent School District is one of the licensees from whom the FCC is awaiting renewal applications.

Eleven radio stations in Texas face the loss of their licenses if they fail to apply for renewal by the end of this month. They include three full-service FMs, three AMs and five low-power FMs.

The Federal Communications Commission released the list of stations that it says haven’t filed yet. “Their licenses will expire as of Aug. 1, 2021, provided no renewal application is received by midnight on the date of expiration.”

The stations are:

KDSH(LP), Borger, Texas; Living River Ministries Inc.

KKFH(LP), Conroe, Texas; Fuente De Vida – Conroe Inc.

KRKF(LP), Corpus Christi, Texas; Stedfast Ministries

KBRA(FM), Freer, Texas; Cobra Broadcasting LLC – KBRA

KTEZ(LP), Killeen, Texas; Kates Media Group Inc.

KJJT(FM), Los Ybanez, Texas; Jesus Pena Acosta

KIRT(AM), Mission, Texas; Bravo Broadcasting Company, Inc.

KLBW(AM), New Boston, Texas; Chapel of Light

KOZA(AM), Odessa, Texas; Stellar Media Inc.

KPHS(FM), Plains, Texas; Plains Independent School District

KHDJ(LP), San Antonio, Texas; Educacional MTY