A low-power TV station serving Alaska’s largest city is trading hands. Only, it’s not really acting as a TV station, since it serves the municipality on VHF Channel 6.
Yes, it’s one of the final analog operations that takes advantage of the channel’s transpondence to audio appearing at 87.75 MHz — making it audible on an FM radio.
Thanks to that, “Alaska’s Real Country” with 920 watts of power competes with the radio stations in the market.
And, this “TV on the radio” operation has just been sold.