The University of Oregon, home of the Ducks, is also the licensee of a group of FM radio stations across Oregon airing Classical programming. One of the stations in its network has just been sold. We have the details from the just-filed Asset Purchase Agreement.
There will be "blue sky" ahead for a 500-watt AM radio station offering Classic Hits for a community in Oklahoma. That's because the owners of this station have agreed to sell it to an entity bearing the name Blue Sky Media.
"Award-winning, listener supported The Light FM was founded by Billy and Ruth Graham in 1962." Now, the non-commercial Worship Music-focused operation is adding an AM with an FM translator in the Greensboro market.
Ken Kuenzie and Dennis Klautzer in December 2017 became investors in a FM on the Hawaiian island of Kaua'i. Now, the mainland company they own is growing by acquiring an FM translator for a new Soft AC HD offering tied to a big Rocker.
Bustos Media is on a buying spree. On Monday, broker of record Kalil & Co. announced that it is purchasing its third station since the start of May. The company founded and led by Amador Bustos is now getting an FM serving Moses Lake, Wash., from Cesar Chavez Foundation.
Charles Williams has become known in Indiana as an active owner and operator of radio stations. Now, he hopes to build the same level of name recognition in Michigan, thanks to his company's acquisition of four properties in the Bay State.
To the south of greater Boston is not only the home of the New England Patriots, but also cities such as Taunton and Middleborough Center. It is the latter municipality that is the home of a Class D AM with an FM translator that's now trading hands.
From a 99-watt transmitter in Lakewood, Colo., K229BS at 93.7 MHz has been rebroadcasting the Oldies programming of Class B KCKK-AM 1510, licensed to Littleton, Colo. The translator covers the western portion of Denver, and it is now heading to iHeartRadio.
How much would you pay for a 21-watt FM translator? What if it had city-grade coverage of the biggest population center in your metropolitan area? That's a question now answered by Bristol Broadcasting, which just snagged a primo facility on the VA/TN line.
On April 30, Carl Lamm officially said goodbye to the radio industry. That's when an agreement was struck that saw his Lamm Media Group sell a Class D daytimer and its FM translator -- a move that came one month after Lamm retired, concluding an incredible career in radio.
In 1992, Amador Bustos created Z Spanish Radio Network. Eight years later, he sold the company to Entravision for $475 million. By 2003, he took another stab at ownership -- one that saw many twists and turns. Today, Bustos is buying up properties, including two in two days.
In 1992, Z Spanish Radio Network was born with Amador Bustos' purchase of three stations in Northern California. That company was sold in 2000 to Entravision for $475 million, and Bustos in 2003 took another stab at ownership. Today, he's come full circle with a NorCal return.
Just minutes from the border with South Carolina is the small town of Fair Bluff, N.C. Here, an AM radio station licensed for 10kw during daylight hours and 48 watts at night from 1 tower has fallen silent. Now, the licensee has decided to part ways with the facility.
To the immediate west of Omaha is "Living Water." That's the brand used for a non-commercial FM operated by a Nebraska broadcast ministry -- at least for now. The station's owner is selling it to another non-profit, which will lengthen its "Bridge" with the FM.
Say goodbye to what one can currently hear on an AM/FM combo serving a portion of West Virginia that touches Washington County, Md., in the far west of the state. West Virginia Radio Corp. is buying the stations, and according to local media, a format change is set for May 1.