Mon Jun 25 16:40:18 EDT 2018
News item: the Alabama company that owns the Eagle Tribune of Lawrence is
selling the paper.The Eagle-Tribune is part of the investors of these and
other stations as Costa-Eagle Broadcasting.We'll see what's going on with
that at least.
On Mon, Jun 25, 2018, 4:15 PM Rob Landry <email@example.com> wrote:
> There's no construction permit listed for either station in the FCC
> database, so they won't be adding any towers.
> Perhaps they're replacing the transmitter building.
> On Mon, 25 Jun 2018, Jim Hall wrote:
> > I am wondering if something is going on with WUBG or WNNW. I drove past
> > tower they share today, and adjacent to the tower site is a huge pile of
> > earth that has been moved in recently. It looks to me like they are
> > off the ground adjacent to the tower (the place where the earth pile is,
> > downhill somewhat from the existing tower). Given the size of the pile of
> > earth, it didn't seem to me that this was to construct a house (and who'd
> > want to live 100 feet from a tower?). I am wondering if either WUBG or
> > or both, is planning to build an additional tower(s) to upgrade the
> > nighttime service. I'll make it a point to drive past there occasionally
> > see what's going on, but I wonder if anyone knows?
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