Tuesday, February 22, 2011

As Protests Continue, KUSF Buyer Hopes to Move Operations Away from Campus

By Rachel Swan
Tue, Feb 22, 2011 at 4:45 PM

There's no sign of abatement for the KUSF protests, but the university refuses to renege the deal, saying it could face a multi-million dollar lawsuit for breach of contract. In light of the flap, prospective buyer Classical Radio Network — a non-profit spawned from the University of Southern California — is asking the FCC for permission to move the station's transmitter to a more remote location, according to a recent blog posted by the San Francisco Peninsula Press Club. Specifically, Classical Radio Network wants to move operations to a hill in Sausalito known as "Wolfback Ridge." The tower there is also home to pop stations Alice 97.3 and KISS FM, as well as KCBS radio.

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