That was quick. I wonder if they requested the FCC delete their license several months ago and were broadcasting anyway up until the transmitter went belly up?
Whole thing took less than one week... WJVS surrendered their license, and terminated the timeshare agreement, which at that point, WAIF was the sole remaining survivor on that license. They automatically were granted 24 hour operation. There was no disagreement or squabble over the timeshare, as there was here in Columbus.
No but in the mid to late 80's, WAIF was known to have a faulty "timer" on their transmitter, leaving it on over WJVS's broadcast. WAIF did want more airtime but it looks like over the years, WJVS' broadcast day reduced from 8-3:45 M-F.