Five Stations Told Their Licenses Are About to Expire

FCC tells five radio stations their licenses due to make the cancelled list
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Five radio stations may see their licenses cancelled if they don’t act quickly.

The licensees, with stations in Colorado, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota, were supposed to apply for license renewal by Dec. 12, 2012.

The FCC says it didn’t receive those applications, and the licenses are due to expire April 1 of this year.

See the five, which include an FM and a low-power station, here.


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