March 17, 2023
On March 15, 2023, Lake Area Educational Broadcasting Foundation, licensee
of the following FCC authorizations, all in Missouri: KCVO-FM, 91.7FM, Camdenton; KCVJ, 100.3FM, Osceola: KCVK, 107.7FM, Otterville; KCVQ, 89.7FM, Knob Noster; KCVX, 91.7FM, Salem; KCVY, 89.9FM, Cabool; KCVZ, 92.1FM, Dixon; KCKE, 90.3FM, Chillicothe; KCKF, 91.9 FM, Cuba; KCKH, 95.9FM, Mansfield; KCKP, 100.9FM, Laurie; KCKV, 91.9, Kirksville; KCKZ, 103.5, Huntsville; KSJI, 91.1, St. Joseph; and KVSR, 90.7, Kirksville; filed an application with the Federal Communications Commission for assignment of licenses. Members of the public wishing to view this application or obtain information about how to file
comments and petitions on the application can visit this link and search in the online public file for any of the above call signs.
Additionally, Lake Area Educational Broadcasting Foundation is the licensee of the following FM translators, all in Missouri: K207AY, 89.3FM, St. Robert; K208BO, 89.5FM, Warsaw; K211FV, 90.1FM, Sedalia; K254BU, 98.7FM, Marshall; K274CD, 102.7FM, Rolla; K281AT, 104.1FM, Lebanon; K285FC, 104.9FM, Jefferson City; K293AX, 106.5FM, Jefferson City; AND has been granted the following Construction Permits by the FCC authorizing the construction of the following FM stations, all in Missouri: KBMA, 88.1, Albany; KCKG, 89.5FM, Richland; KCKI, 89.1FM, Marshall; KCKQ, 89.1FM, Ravenwood; KCKU, 89.3FM, Rosebud; and KCVA, 91.3FM, College Springs. The above mentioned application with the FCC for assignment of Lake Area Educational Broadcasting Foundation’s FM stations also includes these licenses and authorizations. Members of the public wishing to view this application or obtain information about how to file comments and petitions on the application can visit this link.