- U. Of Missouri, Stephens College Finally File With FCC On KWWC/Columbia, Mo Sale
- STEPHENS COLLEGE is selling noncommercial '80s KWWC-F (SWEET 90.5)/COLUMBIA, MO to THE CURATORS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI for $50,000 cash and $50,000 in underwriting announcements over a five year period. The sale was ...
- MU, KBIA to acquire KWWC from Stephens
- The University of Missouri and KBIA announced today the purchase of 90.5FM KWWC from Stephens College. Pending approval from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), MU will pay Stephens College $50,000 for the station in addition to ...
- KBIA buys local station KWWC
- KBIA and the University of Missouri announced plans to buy KWWC. The lower-power FM station is currently owned by Stephens College. Pending FCC approval, the new frequency will carry classical music around the clock while KBIA will switch to an ...
- KBIA shakes up local radio scene with purchase of new station
- This week KBIA officially took over 90.5 FM, formerly Stephens College station KWWC-FM that played '80s music and classic rock. The second broadcast frequency allows KBIA to greatly bolster its news content.
- Thinking Out Loud: The New KBIA
- As you may have heard, KBIA will soon change formats. Within the week, we expect to launch a new station where classical music can play 24-7. Soon thereafter, KBIA will change sounds.
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