Recovered 1955 Radio Program Club Star Way WWNH Rochester
Fri Oct 6 08:39:08 EDT 2017
WWNH was never granted a license to cover. The construction permit ran
out, and the station was allowed to stay on the air under an STA, but no
license was ever issued. The Commission seems to have decided to ignore
any application to which Mr. Dodge was a party, accepting it for filing
but never acting on it. It is one of the more egregious examples of FCC
arbitrariness, in my opinion. The man may or may not hae been fit to hold
a broadcast license, but he deserved due process, and the FCC never gave
it to him.
More recently, Pamal applied to sell WPNI in Amherst to Mr. Dodge a few
years ago, and the Commission sat on that application. After some months
Pamal shut the station down, and the license evaporated a year later with
never a word from the Commission on the proposed sale.
If the king is in a good mood today, he may condescend to hear a few
petitions from us peasants. Le Roi s'avisera.
On Fri, 6 Oct 2017, A Joseph Ross wrote:
> So what did happen to the station's license?
> On 10/5/2017 11:30 PM, Rob Landry wrote:
>> On Thu, 5 Oct 2017, Paul B. Walker, Jr. wrote:
>>> No, its WWNH 1340... and Brian dodge the very very last incarnaiton of
>>> the WWNH calls im not even remotely old enough to have worked at WWNH 930
>> A former client of mine was considering buying WWNH 1340 and sent me to
>> look it over. It had obviously been off the air for years; the tower was so
>> overgrown with bushes and trees that I couldn't physically get to the base.
>> When I looked it up in the FCC database, there was no license, only a
>> construction permit that had lapsed several years before. We aere puzzled
>> as to why the station was listed at all.
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