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Application Filed for Translator to Boost KTNC Signal

(KTNC)-- On April 19th, KNZA Inc. Filed an application with the Federal Communications Commission for a translator for Falls City.

A translator is a low power FM signal designed to help local AM stations have better coverage both day and night. 

If approved, the translator would cover Falls City and part of the surrounding area giving A.M. 1230, KTNC  Radio, owned by KNZA Inc. the ability to reach people on the FM commercial dial on channel 107.1. 

The application seeks authority to operate the new FM translator station with a maximum effective radiated power of 0.25 kW from a transmitter site located approximately three miles west and three miles north of Falls City, which is the same site as the broadcast tower for KLZA – FM, SUNNY 101.3.

The application has been submitted with the FCC for their approval.  

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