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 sign||Community of License||Facility ID||Licensee|
|KANC||Anchorage, AK||198674||Adventist Radio Alaska Corp.|
|KAUG||Anchorage, AK||165582||Anchorage School District|
|K282AW||Eagle River, AK||139588||MCC Radio LLC|
|KGKR-LP||Galena, AK||193373||Galena Seventh-day Adventist Church|
|K296EL||Glennallen, AK||73922||Greater Copper Valley Communications Inc.|
|KOGB||McGrath, AK||176402||Blessed Hope Baptist Mission|
|K264AV||Waimea, HI||152955||WP Media Lending LLC|
|KSEP-LP||Brookings, OR||135276||Anchor Network|
|KGMW-LP||Chiloquin, OR||192288||Klamath County School District|
|KZZF-LP||Klamath Falls, OR||135243||Jesus Radio Inc.|
|KTOD-LP||Lakeview, OR||135707||Hope for Today Broadcasting Inc.|
|KLYC||McMinnville, OR||6322||Promedia Partners LLC|
|KEZX||Medford, OR||23032||Opus Broadcasting Systems Inc.|
|K290BD||Omak, WA||148938||Divine Mercy Broadcasting|
|KDXB-LP||Seattle, WA||192777||KMIH.org Radio Booster Club|
|K207DC||Tonasket & Oroville, WA||49263||North Okanogan Christian Translator|
|KYNR||Toppenish, WA||24586||Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation|
|KNLI-LP||Waller, WA||197066||Northwest Leadership Foundation|
|KWEW-LP||Wenatchee, WA||135720||Wenatchee Youth Radio|
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