WMFE-TV in Orlando still waiting on FCC decision on sale

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The waiting game continues for the sale of  PBS affiliate WMFE in Orlando, Fla., to Daystar Television, which is pending with the Federal Communications Commission. “There are no current updates to report regarding our application before the FCC,” Jose Fajardo, president and CEO of WMFE, said in an email to the Orlando Sentinel Tuesday (June 27). “Beginning July 1, WMFE-TV will be scheduling V-me on its primary channel and The Florida Channel as one of its SD channels.” The station will have 23 employees after Friday, a drop from 35 last October.

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  1. I will be very surprised if the FCC says no to the sale. There may have been a few intelligent letters of protest to the FCC about this…but they are not quite the most honest and trustworthy operation themselves….* note recent resignation from the FCC board to go work as lobby pimp for Comcast…

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