“At Saga Communications, we believe local media has the power to affect communities,” the radio broadcasting company’s website reads. “For more than 30 years all of our brands have been operated by local managers committed to building positive relationships with our audiences and clients.”
That said, one of its brands no longer exists, with web traffic routed to the very page on Saga’s corporate portal offering that quote.
What happened? Saga pulled the plug on the AM in a mid-sized market, and surrendered the station’s license to the FCC.