WCMA 1560 Daleville, Alabama now 50 kW

July 20, 2007 at 12:18 pm Leave a comment

Perihelion Global today announced that the company has been granted a formal “License to Cover” from the United States Federal Communication Commission (FCC) for its WCMA radio station [1560 kHz] to broadcast a non-directional signal at 50,000 watts (50 kW), which is the maximum broadcast power allowed AM stations in North America. Perihelion Global acquired the station earlier in the year from Beebe Communications, who had been granted FCC approval to re-engineer the station to increase its broadcast power from 5,000 watts to the FCC maximum of 50,000 watts non-directional. The formal FCC “License to Cover” consent will allow the station to cover Northern Florida, Southern Alabama and Southwestern Georgia.

(various sources)


Entry filed under: Medium Wave, North America.

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