Despite Fight, Texas FM Has License Involuntarily Modified

August 10, 2015

A Jacksboro, Texas, FM station had its license involuntarily modified by the FCC in a move that some in the industry say may raise implications for FM broadcasters with non-directional antennas. The FCC reported that station KFWR(FM) in Jacksboro, owned by LKCM Radio Licenses L.P., was radiating as much as 274.5 kW in some directions, exceeding the 100 kW limit on effective radiated power.

 

 
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