In August, RBR+TVBR shared with readers the details of two “unique” low-power TV station permits that had just been sold by Mako Communications.
These LPTV permits don’t need to be constructed until 2023, giving the buyer a big window for getting the stations on the air.
The transaction involving this LPTV-to-be pair just closed.
With Bob Heymann of the Chicago office of Media Services Group serving as the seller’s broker, Mako Communications has completed the sale of W29FO-D in Tallahassee, Fla., and K33QP-D in Corpus Christi, Tex.
The buyer is Windsong Communications, led by COO Chuck Johnson. Signing off on the purchase for Windsong is Dowen Johnson.
Windsong is based in Montgomery, Tex., while Mako is headquartered in Corpus Christi. It is paying $70,000 for the LPTVs.
The $335 FCC filing fee was paid for by Windsong at closing.