The station is licensed to operate on Channel 28 in Cleveland GA.
The seller is Richard C. & Lisa A. Goetz.
The buyer is DTV America Corporation, headed by John Kyle II.
The price is $600,000.
The station serves unrated territory to the northeast of Atlanta. However, it holds a CP that will center it over the city.
A similar deal was filed early in May 2015. It provided for the sale of WLVO-LD from Tugart Properties to United Media Network for $310,000.
WLVO-LD is licensed for Channel 26 in Cumming GA, but holds a CP to change its city of license to Atlanta.
RBR+TVBR observation: Greenhill 1 put the top-drawer full power incentive auction price estimate at $91 million with a media price of $65 million.
What this tells us is that the #9 DMA is somewhat isolated compared to other top 10 markets, but is still expected to generate significant bidding action.
So the question is: How will these two LPTVs fare in a repacking regimen that is seen as highly dangerous by the LPTV community?