In locales such as Texas and Oklahoma, it’s perhaps not so odd to have an oil company own a radio station. In the city of Lubbock, the broadcasting arm of G.O. Williams Oil Co. has been the owner of an FM with a Construction Permit for 100kw from a tower immediately to the south of the city center.
Now, this company is parting ways with the station. The buyer is an entity that recently entered New Mexico’s biggest market.