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Texas AM License at Risk From Unpaid Fees

FCC says Bravo Broadcasting owes $36,000 in fees and penalties

The owner of an AM station in Texas is at risk of having its license revoked by the Federal Communications Commission because of more than a decade’s worth of unpaid fees and penalties.

The commission has initiated a proceeding to revoke the license of KIRT(AM) in Mission, Texas, held by Bravo Broadcasting Company Inc.

It says Bravo owes regulatory fees for nine of 11 recent fiscal years, and that its total now due is around $36,000. It said the company needs to pay within 60 days or show cause why it shouldn’t be required to.

The station broadcasts on 1580 with 1 kW daytime power. According to online sources KIRT carries Spanish Christian programming.