Sixteen 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 sign||Community of License||Facility ID||Licensee|
|K288AR||BLYTHE, CA||51357||PALO VERDE VALLEY TV CLUB, INC.|
|K292AH||BLYTHE, CA||51369||PALO VERDE VALLEY TV CLUB, INC.|
|KMOB-LP||CLEARLAKE, CA||124107||MINDS OF BUSINESS INC.|
|K204BW||DEATH VALLEY, ETC., CA||16262||DEATH VALLEY NATURAL HISTORY ASSOCIATION|
|KNCR||FORTUNA, CA||39472||DEL ROSARIO TALPA, INC.|
|KZKC||KETTLEMAN CITY, CA||94214||INTERMOUNTAIN PUBLIC RADIO, INC.|
|KSXS-LP||LOS ANGELES, CA||196949||THE LOS ANGELES SOCIAL JUSTICE RADIO PROJECT|
|KSMC||MORAGA, CA||3024||ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF ST. MARYS COLLEGE|
|KSFH||MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA||62118||MOUNTAIN VIEW PUBLIC BROADCASTING|
|K284CL||RED BLUFF, CA||156223||THOMAS HUTH REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST|
|KSHC-LP||ST. HELENA, CA||124879||ST. HELENA GOOD NEWS BROADCASTING|
|KBDG||TURLOCK, CA||3051||ASSYRIAN AMERICAN CIVIC CLUB OF TURLOCK, INC. (NEW BOARD)|
|KMEC-LP||UKIAH, CA||124562||MENDOCINO ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER|
|KPUV-LP||VENTURA, CA||196611||PROJECT UNDERSTANDING|
|KQWA-LP||WALNUT CREEK, CA||196494||EAST BAY ORIENTAL RADIO, INC.|
|KQPV-LP||WEST COVINA, CA||197096||ORIENTAL CULTURE CENTER|
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