Dothan-area FM goes from school to school

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WJED-FM will no longer be the property of a religious educational institution once its sale to an establishment specializing in technical and career training comes to a close.


The station is licensed to Dogwood Lakes Estate FL, not far from the state line with Alabama. The station, a Class A on 91.1 MHz with 700 W @ 180’, is in unrated territory, but is not too far from the Dothan AL market, sitting to the southwest of it.

The seller is Bethany Divinity College & Seminary.

The price is $20K cash.

The buyer describes itself like this: “Washington-Holmes Technical Center is committed to providing an education of superior quality. Our objective is to provide occupational and career training, while fostering intellectual, creative, social and physical development. Within a collegial campus environment, in small classes, and through extracurricular activities, we encourage our students to participate actively in an educational community that promotes ethical leadership, self-reliance and critical thinking. Believing in the inherent strengths of a diverse backgrounds, we celebrate the cultural differences, individual interests and personal talents of our student body.”