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KCMI frequency issue finally settled


October 4, 2017

Christian Media Inc. in Scottsbluff has announced that the long-running effort to be reimbursed for expenses surrounding the 2016 KCMI frequency change has been resolved. Scottsbluff-based KCMI radio recently received payment for the expenses, which totaled nearly $40,000. The costs included engineering and consulting fees, promotions, office supplies, advertising, legal fees, and licensing costs.

In 2007, Appaloosa Broadcasting Corp. petitioned the FCC for FM frequency 96.9, to be used for a station in Nunn, Colorado, as 96.9 was the only available and satisfactory frequency in the Nunn...

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