Done deal in Detroit


SoldWFDF-AM’s days as a Radio Disney station are over. All the i’s have been dotted and t’s crossed on the deal sending the station to The Word Network. Brokers: Greg Guy, Patrick Communications (buyer), Bill Schutz, Schutz & Company (seller).

The station serves the Detroit market from its perch in Farmington Hills MI. It projects 50 kW during the day and 25 kW at night over 910 kHz.

The price was $3,000,000 cash.

The buyer is headed by CEO Kevin Adell.

To date, five Radio Disney stations have takers for a total deal value of $21,345. All five have been religious organizations, and only one of them – Salem – is a commercial operation.

The other announced deals are for stations in New York, Houston, Cleveland and Orlando.


  1. Good morning,
    I wanted to say that this new super radio station is going to be a wonderful opportunity to share the gospel in new and inovocative ways. I am certainly interested in becoming apart of your new venture. Please send me information as to how I can purchase air time for a new show that I’ve been dreaming of taking to a larger radio listening base. Currently I’ve been the guest host on it is written on 1440 am. I sincerly hope that I’m given the opportunity to speak with one or your reps in person concerning available time slots. Again congrats on the new station.

    Pastor Pamela Dixon
    8590 Esper Blvd
    Detroit, Michigan 48204

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