Deal Digest." Cut n' Pasting the important part (from Inside Radio) regarding a "new" WFLL development. Jorgensen HAS aligned WFLL with an FM translator after all. Now, it can rebrand as an FM. (It was on the November 4th "Station Sales of the Week" page on Radio Insight as well).
"Florida – Mark Jorgenson’s ACM JCE IV 4 files a $45,000 deal to purchase the Sebring, FL-licensed translator W223CB at 92.5 from Radio 74 Internationale (and the Radio 74 wikipage). Jorgenson tells the FCC he will use the translator to rebroadcast the currently silent WFLL (1400) in the Miami-Ft. Lauderdale metro."
Of course, you'll notice the FCCdata.org (link above) page for W223CB links to W228DO 93.5 . . . . Its construction Permit expired on 12/24/2016. Transmitter is out by the Turnpike along Glades Road in Boca. Here's a list at Streaming Radio Guide of all the FCC applications involving Jorgensen's ACM JCE IV. Here's W223DO FCC FM Query page.
Now, the question is . . . what programming will Jorgensen put on it (go brokered, or now that it can be an "FM" will he try a music format) and will WFLL move into WEXY's new studios. So, there you go, it will be (hopefully), WFLL 93.5 FM.