OK, thanks for the updates. I removed Brooklyn from the list. I left Atlanta in for now. It doesn't make sense that Directv would file to transfer control of anything to AT&T before the sale is finalized, and only file to transfer this one station. Very odd....
No, if you look carefully in the first link I posted earlier regarding the transfer of control of the Atlanta earth station E930299 and download the "Exhibit A" document under the attachment menu. It appears that DIRECTV has filed for transfer of all it's Ku band satellite licenses at 101, 110, and 119 and their associated earth stations to AT&T.
S2455 - D7S
S2430 - D4S
S2673 - D5
S2669 - D9S (Ku-band payload)
S2632- D8 (Ku-band payload)
And all the above have the following associated Ku earth station licenses filed for transfer as well.
E020172 E020241 E020242 E030105 E030117 E050112 E050113 E050121 E050122 E050255 E060014 E060236 E060441 E930229 (PAS Alt. site) E930304 E930485 E950349
But I agree, I don't understand why these T/C applications before the merger is even approved by government regulators.
Edited by HoTat2, 21 September 2014 - 05:26 AM.