A low-power TV station serving a picturesque region of Northern Arizona that includes Sedona and Jerome is being sold. It's the lone deal on a quiet Wednesday for transactions as one big group of brokers holds meetings at NATPE Miami with potential buyers and sellers.
As RBR+TVBR readers may recall, “TV-49 Inc.” is an entity tied to Norman Shapiro’s Weigel Broadcasting Co. In 2019, it snagged The CW Network affiliation for a Chicago property while also adding a Denver station. Now, Weigel's TV-49 is set to become the licensee of a Hartford LPTV property.
"America's Premier College for Mentored Undergraduate Research" has become the latest institution of higher learning to shift its student-run radio station to an online-only venture. It has agreed to sell its silent 1,050-watt noncommercial FM serving a small Ohio city to the west of Canton. Who's the buyer? It's the entity that now owns such stations as WPLJ in New York.
In October, RBR+TVBR told you about "an ubiquitous presence at a trio of full-power radio stations and, today, three FM translators that all serve an area of Michigan to the west of Ann Arbor." This air personality agreed to become the stations' owner, and the deal has now closed.
No less than three deals involving TV stations in Wyoming are being filed with the FCC and are expected to appear in the CDBS this week. The trio of transactions saw Kalil & Co. serve as the exclusive broker in each of these station trades.
A debtor-in-possession that owns an unaffiliated full-power TV station serving a small Georgia market to the south of Atlanta has struck a deal that will send this onetime ABC affiliate to a new owner. The buyers: A husband and wife ownership group based in Maryland's Eastern Shore.
A station that debuted 40 years ago found itself in the middle of a controversial station sale in fall 2013, forcing Gray Television to sell the facility to a minority broadcaster. The husband-and-wife team that bought it is now selling it. The buyer is an innovative Fresno-based multicast pioneer.
Years ago, you could mistake the news for a Supersonics NBA trade report. Alas, the team is now in Oklahoma City. And, the "Seattle 6" we are talking about has nothing to do with sports. It's actually a low-power TV station, and it is being sold to Denver Digital Television.
A low-power Iowa TV station operated by Bahakel Communications via a Shared Services Agreement with a company that assumed would be its new owner is heading back to the company that intended to sell it due to "problems" it suffered. Instead, a Georgia LPTV is being assigned.
Eight weeks ago, RBR+TVBR told you about the transfer of a 117-watt low-power TV station serving a South Carolina market. George Kimble of Kozacko Media Services was the exclusive broker. Now, that buyer is selling a sister property — and making millions of dollars in profit.
In November 2017, the FCC in a 3-2 vote eliminated its cross-ownership rules for newspaper and broadcast media and for radio and TV, respectively. The “Eight-Voices Test” was also erased. Now, one of the biggest TV deals to come since that vote has just been consummated.
HC2 Station Group, the rapidly growing broadcast TV station owner led by Philip Falcone, has closed on its acquisition of a Class A TV station presently serving Hispanic audiences in Ohio's capital city. It's a facility shifting channels thanks to the post-spectrum auction repack.
Three low-powered TV stations located in the Lone Star State, as well as a new facility serving a Northern California city, are trading hands. The buyer is based in Little Rock and led by Julie Huang.
A construction permit associated with a low-power TV station in Gadsden County, Fla., on the Florida-Georgia line, is trading hands. The buyer is a Little Rock-based entity led by Julie Huang.
A low-power TV station serving a big resort town on Maui's West Side is being transferred into a newly formed entity that represents a 50-50 partnership between two individuals.