Fairbanks company gets a double/cross DIY

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That’s as in a double FM duopoly and a cross-ownership pairing. Once it’s built, KDJF-FM Delta Junction AK will pair with Tanana Valley Television Company’s KYSC-FM in Fairbanks, and will be part of a cross-ownership cluster with Fox KFXF-TV Channel 7. But the Class C CP won’t be licensed to Delta Junction. According to the FCC database, it will be in nearby Ester AK on 93.5 MHz. The price for the station is 173K (seller Scott Powell and Amy Meredith will likely have to return a 25% bidding credit to the FCC). Tanana Valley is headed by William St. Pierre. Fairbanks is part of the Nielsen DMA universe, but is not an Arbitron market. However, it does receive radio ratings from Eastlan.


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