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Peter Tanz Named Midwest Communications President

In making the announcement, company Board Chair and Duke’s partner of 50 years, Pegge Wright said in a company press release. “Peter has worked with and learned the business of broadcasting from Duke for over 35 years. He is well respected throughout our company and is the best choice to lead Midwest to future success the way Duke wanted.”

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WFMK’s Danny Stewart Hangs Up His Headphones

After a 47 year career in his hometown of Lansing, WFMK-FM Morning Personality Danny Stewart retired on January 31. Stewart has been with WFMK since 1991 after previous stints at WILS-AM from 1976-77 and WVIC-FM from 1977 to 1991.

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WJZQ/Traverse City Shifts to Hot AC

Midwestern Broadcasting Company’s WJZQ-FM (Cadillac/Traverse City) has moved from CHR to a Hot AC presentation, positioned as “Hits from the 90s to Now.”  After teasing about possible changes for days, the station formally made the flip on February 1.

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February Regulatory Dates for Broadcasters – Renewal Applications, EEO Reports, Quarterly Issues Programs Lists, Children’s Programming Reports, Copyright Fees for Webcasters, ETRS Form One, and More

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There are normally a host of regulatory obligations at the beginning of February, but because of technical issues with the FCC’s online public file and LMS systems, many February 1 dates, as well as some January regulatory deadlines, have been extended to late February.

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FCC Media Bureau Announces Further Extension of Filing Deadlines

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On January 27, The FCC’s Media Bureau issued a Public Notice announcing that it is extending through February 28, 2023 the deadline for licensees to: (1) upload any documents into the Online Public Inspection File (OPIF) system that were due beginning on January 1, 2023 (e.g., Issues Programs Reports for 4Q 2022); (2) upload the annual children’s programming report;

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