The station is a Class B on 89.7 MHz with 2.45 kW @ 1,867’. Also included in the deal is an FM translator, K209CE, licensed one market to the north in San Luis Obispo.
The price is $475K cash. It does not include the call letters – CLU must pick new ones within about two weeks of the transaction application filing, which Family Stations will apply for. Family will also apply for a main studio waiver on CLU’s behalf which will allow the station to operate as a satellite of KCLU-FM Thousand Oaks CA, serving the Oxnard-Ventura market just to the north of Los Angeles.
KLCU is a Class B1 NPR affiliate on 88.3 MHz with 3.2 kW @ 518’.