Tacoma Times, May 8, 1941: FCC Okehs 2 More Radio Stations Here. August 30, 1941 Dedication

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The Federal Communications commission Wednesday authorized two new standard broadcast stations in Tacoma. The licensees are Tacoma Broadcasters, 1490 kc, 250 watt power, unlimited time; and J. Mingo, 1430 kc, 1500 watt or 1 kilowatt power, unlimited time. Cecil C. Cavanaugh, now on a business trip in the east, is president of Tacoma Broadcasters.
J. Mingo formerly was editor of the Tacoma Ledger.

KTBI DEDICATORY PROGRAMS
AUGUST 30, 1941

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