JENSEN BEACH, FLA. — Martin and St. Lucie Counties, the heart of Florida's Treasure Coast, in recent years have become a hub of Christian...
On April 30, Carl Lamm officially said goodbye to the radio industry. That’s when an asset purchase agreement was struck that saw his Lamm Media Group sell a Class D daytimer and its FM translator. On Tuesday, the transaction officially closed.
Just another tranquil Monday. There were no new transactions filed at the FCC, again. As such, TRANSACTIONS TODAY shifts its attention to STA applications and closings of note to radio broadcasters. One of the deals involves Alpha Media and Gray Television.
When it comes to Worship Music, Educational Media Foundation wants its Air1 Network to be the first choice listeners turn to. In Salem, Ore., it airs on a Class A owned by a local university -- until now. EMF is making it an O&O.
An operator of an AM radio station recently made headlines for its unsuccessful request for experimental authority to keep the FM translator tied to the AM on the air while taking the Class D AM off the air under an STA. Now, that licensee wants to own another FM translator it uses in this municipality.
In late December of last year, a Utah corporation led by Franklyn and Melanie Müller acquired a silent AM/FM combo serving the city of Provo. They're at it again. Two deals have been filed with the FCC reflecting their company as the pending licensee of two other Utah stations.
Sandwiched between the Iowa city of Waterloo and the Minnesota city of Rochester is a small town that's home to an AM with a translator offering "Good Time Oldies," and an FM "for people who love music." Those stations are heading to new owners.
After 38 years of service in Northern Minnesota, a Christian Contemporary noncomm network founded as an outreach to youth and young adults in the city of Duluth is nearing its end days. That's thanks to a donation agreement in place with another broadcast ministry.
Three months ago, an American entity that sees an Australia-based woman hold 80% attributable interest agreed to purchase a pair of Big Island FMs by way of a promissory note. Now, the transaction, brokered by Patrick Communications, has formally closed.
For travelers trekking between the Northeast and Florida, the region of North Carolina that's home to Roanoke Rapids and Murfreesboro has become a popular rest stop and hotel hub. It is here that a six-station collection of radio properties owned by First Media Radio are trading hands.
With five watts of broadcast power, an FM translator at 7,835 feet above sea level serves a community due east of a popular Golden State ski resort. Here, this translator is trading hands, from one individual to another.
A Class C3 noncommercial FM station serving one of Wyoming's biggest cities is being traded. The buyer is an individual who has been busy in recent months buying and selling FM translators and full-power FMs, too -- in particular, on Maui.
The city of Vienna is largely known for its presence in Austria, or perhaps as a suburb of the sprawling Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. In Georgia, Vienna is a small town in the heart of a pecan-producing region. Here, a silent AM is trading hands.
A pair of closings in the American Southwest have transpired, each involving FMs. One deal involves an Arizona FM in which Kalil & Co. served as the broker of record -- a deal in its hometown. The other involves a 23.5kw facility known to listeners as the "Red Dirt Rebel."
Since July 2017, JVC Broadcasting has operated an FM translator serving the northern portion of the ever-growing Orlando metropolitan area with hard rock programming "run by a bunch of damn rednecks." That's about to change, thanks to iHeartRadio — owner of "Bud 94.1"'s main competitor.