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That form doesn't allow you to search by date. You need to know the station. This one does:

http://licensing.fcc.gov/prod/cdbs/p...d/app_sear.htm

As of 10pm PDT KEMO is not showing up.

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Chuck you are correct on the site. I had two browsers open and pasted the wrong url.
Here is the application: It showed up last night.
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I did find this about early San Francisco TV, way too much detail to all be right and too much to read just once.
http://www.uhftelevision.com/articles/kqec.html
And this about KCSM dropping MHz. 7 days a week 6PM for two hours and 12 Noon Sat and Sun for two hours I am now tied to watching MHz streaming.
KCSM-TV discontinues MHz programming, citing FCC regulations Current.org
http://current.org/2014/07/kcsm-tv-d...c-regulations/

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Interesting reading. Thanks for the links.

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Interesting reading. Thanks for the links.

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Interesting reading for sure but it gives you a headache trying to follow. I am "just" able to try and understand how KCSM, KMTP and KQED came about.

I am not really disagreeing with your description of how KCSM on Bruno ceased to be and I might have been the person to put the parts together to generate the phrase "were thrown off San Bruno by KNTV".

I just wonder if the rates for KCSM and KNTV using the tower would be the same and were then raised when it was realized that KNTV wanted to move North and how long the requirement for a 10 years lease had been in effect. For many years I am guessing that it was. Out bid perhaps might be a better term. Plus CSM wanted to stop spending money on KCSM and still does and the new owner is now paying some of the expenses. KCSM was playing chicken with the FCC during the period of no analog signal on RF 60 but they got by, spent less money and did not get hurt.

The link sure gives lots of examples of stations being "Dark" for long periods

One thing I discovered about companies is:

1) Any one who knows what is going on is prohibited by law to not disclose anything. CEO, CFO, BOD and so on. Martha Stewart is an example.

2) The rest of the world cannot find out the real story so they make ones up.

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