Beacon Broadcasting stations for sale following owner’s death


The Executor for the estate of the late Harold Glunt has announced that the five Beacon Broadcasting, Inc. radio stations in Ohio and Pennsylvania are being put up for sale. The Media Broker for the sale is Ray H. Rosenblum of Pittsburgh.

According to Rosenblum, the stations are WANR(AM-1570) in Warren, OH; WRTK(AM-1540) in Niles, OH;  WGRP(AM-940) and WEXC(FM-107.1) both in Greenville, PA; and WLOA(AM-1470) in Farrell, PA.

Harold Glunt, the principal owner of Beacon Broadcasting, died on January 25th.  The Executor of his estate is his son, Dennis Glunt. In a statement to Beacon employees, Dennis Glunt said that “this move will help to stabilize the employment at the stations…and best preserve value for the estate.”