Fifty years ago, Wichita Falls, Tex., enjoyed a Top 40 radio station known as "K-Nine." Today, it is a Class B AM offering a Spanish-language religious format to listeners across the Dallas-Fort Worth market. The facility is now being sold, FCC documentation shows.
There's a Class A FM serving the southernmost city in the mainland U.S. that, until now, has been dedicated to "reaching the lost, discipling the saved." Now, this station is about to gain a new owner. But, the Christ-centered mission isn't likely to disappear.
On July 29, Salem Media Group agreed to sell a pair of radio stations and an FM translator in Miami and an AM and two FM translators — one of them unbuilt — in Tampa Bay. The buyer is the operator of a religious noncommercial network which just struck a second deal with Salem.
On Wednesday, RBR+TVBR was first to share the news that two radio stations and an FM translator serving an area of Northeastern Pennsylvania and Northern New Jersey are being sold by the Jeff Warshaw-led broadcasting company. Financial details are now known.
Erick Salgado in recent months has tied together a group of AM radio stations and FM translators across the New York Tri-State Region for a Spanish-language evangelical noncommercial network. Now, Salgado's Cantico Nuevo Ministry is heading to the Lone Star State.
Where I-75, I-10, U.S. Highway 41 and U.S. 90 all converge is Lake City, Fla., a small community due west of Jacksonville and north of Gainesville. Here, a silent 5kw FM put into receivership is set to come back to life, under new ownership.
How valuable are a pair of AM radio stations, one with an unbuilt FM translator, serving one of the fastest growing markets in the Southeastern U.S.? Here's the answer, as Immaculate Heart Media is adding to its stable of stations by making a deal along "The First Coast" of Florida.
With stations in cities stretching from Mendocino, Calif., to just south of Olympia, Wash., Bicoastal Media has become one of the biggest radio broadcasting companies serving 12 distinct markets in the Pacific Northwest. It's just grown again, with two properties in the Beaver State.
The owner of radio stations in Norfolk and Austin has agreed to part ways with a quintet of wireless towers located in Virginia. The buyer? An owner of 500 towers backed by Comcast Ventures.
The nation's No. 1 owner of radio stations has just agreed to a swap of FM translators with the No. 2 licensee of radio properties in the U.S. Here's the scoop on a deal, for no cash consideration, between iHeartMedia and the parent of KLOVE and Air1.
In a transaction that sees Jason James of Patrick Communications as the broker, Dennis Jones is acquiring a pair of FMs and an accompanying AM with an FM translator in a small town between Warner Robins and Savannah, Georgia.
University of Northwestern St. Paul has been a buyer of late, bucking the trend of institutions of higher learning parting ways with a costly noncomm often run by students who serve a population that no longer consume radio. To say it has "Faith" in radio is an understatement.
In April, Family Life Radio completed its upgrade to a Class A FM signal previously owned by The E.W. Scripps Co. by selling its Class B AM and accompanying FM translator. The deal brokered by Kalil & Co. has now closed, and the new owner is having a little fun with what listeners are presently hearing.
TRANSACTIONS TODAY on June 4 shared the news, courtesy of broker Kalil & Co., that an AM-FM combo serving a region between Madison, Wisc., and Rockford, Ill., is being sold to a father/son operation that presently runs eight radio stations in the region. The deal just closed.
In mid-May, Charles Williams — known in Indiana as an active owner and operator of radio stations — agreed to purchase four stations in Michigan. The deal has now closed, and has given birth to MediaBrew Communications' newest cluster.