For the last several years, a Texas licensee had been seeking to operate a Class A radio station at 92.7 on the FM dial. That never happened because another licensee, led by Roy Henderson, has been authorized to do so but never followed through with a shift to that frequency for a Class A FM at 106.1 MHz.
As such, the party that wanted the 92.7 FM frequency in December 2021 asked the FCC to remove that channel assignment from Henderson’s company, and award it to them. The party even offered to construct a whole new Class A FM.
The Media Bureau’s Assistant Audio Division Chief, Nazifa Sawez, has just finalized a Report and Order on the matter, and it should be to B Plus Broadcasting‘s liking.