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These Stations Are at Risk of Losing Their Licenses

Renewals were due last fall but not submitted

Nineteen radio station licenses — located in Alaska, Washington, Oregon and Hawaii — will expire on Feb. 1 unless the Federal Communications Commission hears from them.

The FCC has listed stations that were required to fill applications for license renewal by Oct. 1 of 2021 in those states. These 19 stations did not; the list includes full-power stations, low-power FMs and translators.

Each license will expire if no renewal application is received by Feb. 1.

Call signCommunity of LicenseFacility IDLicensee
KANCAnchorage, AK198674Adventist Radio Alaska Corp.
KAUGAnchorage, AK165582Anchorage School District
K282AWEagle River, AK139588MCC Radio LLC
KGKR-LPGalena, AK193373Galena Seventh-day Adventist Church
K296ELGlennallen, AK73922Greater Copper Valley Communications Inc.
KOGBMcGrath, AK176402Blessed Hope Baptist Mission
K264AVWaimea, HI152955WP Media Lending LLC
KSEP-LPBrookings, OR135276Anchor Network
KGMW-LPChiloquin, OR192288Klamath County School District
KZZF-LPKlamath Falls, OR135243Jesus Radio Inc.
KTOD-LPLakeview, OR135707Hope for Today Broadcasting Inc.
KLYCMcMinnville, OR6322Promedia Partners LLC
KEZXMedford, OR23032Opus Broadcasting Systems Inc.
K290BDOmak, WA148938Divine Mercy Broadcasting
KDXB-LPSeattle, Radio Booster Club
K207DCTonasket & Oroville, WA49263North Okanogan Christian Translator
KYNRToppenish, WA24586Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation
KNLI-LPWaller, WA197066Northwest Leadership Foundation
KWEW-LPWenatchee, WA135720Wenatchee Youth Radio