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These Calif. Stations Are at Risk of Losing Their Licenses

They have until the end of this month to file their license renewals

Logo for radio station KSMCSixteen radio station licenses in California will expire on Dec. 1 if the Federal Communications Commission doesn’t hear from the owners by then.

They include five full-power stations, seven low-power FMs and four translators.

On Aug. 2, stations in the Golden State were required to file applications for license renewal for terms expiring Dec. 1.

“The following stations failed to file license renewal applications and their licenses will expire as of Dec. 1, 2021, provided no renewal application is received by midnight on the date of expiration,” the commission announced last week.

Call signCommunity of LicenseFacility IDLicensee
K288ARBLYTHE, CA51357PALO VERDE VALLEY TV CLUB, INC.
K292AHBLYTHE, CA51369PALO VERDE VALLEY TV CLUB, INC.
KMOB-LPCLEARLAKE, CA124107MINDS OF BUSINESS INC.
K204BWDEATH VALLEY, ETC., CA16262DEATH VALLEY NATURAL HISTORY ASSOCIATION
KNCRFORTUNA, CA39472DEL ROSARIO TALPA, INC.
KZKCKETTLEMAN CITY, CA94214INTERMOUNTAIN PUBLIC RADIO, INC.
KSXS-LPLOS ANGELES, CA196949THE LOS ANGELES SOCIAL JUSTICE RADIO PROJECT
KSMCMORAGA, CA3024ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF ST. MARYS COLLEGE
KSFHMOUNTAIN VIEW, CA62118MOUNTAIN VIEW PUBLIC BROADCASTING
K284CLRED BLUFF, CA156223THOMAS HUTH REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST
KSHC-LPST. HELENA, CA124879ST. HELENA GOOD NEWS BROADCASTING
KBDGTURLOCK, CA3051ASSYRIAN AMERICAN CIVIC CLUB OF TURLOCK, INC. (NEW BOARD)
KMEC-LPUKIAH, CA124562MENDOCINO ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER
KPUV-LPVENTURA, CA196611PROJECT UNDERSTANDING
KQWA-LPWALNUT CREEK, CA196494EAST BAY ORIENTAL RADIO, INC.
KQPV-LPWEST COVINA, CA197096ORIENTAL CULTURE CENTER

 

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