On Sept. 24, RBR+TVBR exclusively reported that, a day earlier, the entity that agreed to purchase a group of radio stations from Monte and Doris Miller’s Rocking M Media suddenly lost access to four FMs, an AM with an FM translator, and an AM talker serving the Wichita market.
Monte Miller blamed the buyer, citing his concerns for its finances. The buyer, Allied Media Partners (AMP), fired back through its CEO, placing the blame on Miller and fiscal troubles it had not dealt with.
Miller said the sale was off; AMP disagreed. Now, AMP has confirmed that a resolution with Rocking M could not be reached. All staff have been dismissed, and AMP has shuttered its operations.