The FCC let KJWP move from Wyoming to Delaware on the condition that it broadcast "community affairs programming" for its new home in Wilmington.
Now that the broadcaster has gotten what it wanted, it filed a notice with the FCC detailing how it's lived up to its end of the bargain, in which it gets millions of dollars' worth of public TV spectrum for free in exchange for helping the local community stay abreast of local affairs.
It appears that KJWP is still working on its locally produced community affairs shows as it’s now telling the FCC that “Star Trek,” “Wagon Train” and “Rawhide” address “matters of importance to its community of license.”
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