I saw a detailed news item at nwbroadcasters.com . Basically Amador Bustos first changed the Community of License for his 102.9 “La Zeta” KZTM from Centralia to McKenna (in Thurston County). The FCC approved this COL change earlier this summer.
Now the other shoe has now dropped. Bustos subsequently has filed to re-locate the KZTM transmitter to a site on the Olympic Peninsula. The site is co-located with KJET, a station migrating from the Aberdeen area to Union, near Shelton. Once re-located, KZTM’s 60 dBu contour will blanket all of Seattle and much of King County. Some nice engineering work by Hatfield-Dawson available here answers a lot of questions:
Bustos Media also picked up 92.1 , a Class A allotment for Cottonwood, California (metro Redding) in the recent FCC Auction 109 for just the minimum bid price of $35,000. (Cottonwood will fit well into their Chico cluster operations.)