Sold: WDLC-WTSX Combo, Missouri CP
March 15, 2012 at 4:00 AM (PT)
NEVERSINK BROADCASTING COMPANY, LLC is selling Classic Hits WDLC-A/PORT JERVIS, NY and Classic Hits WTSX/LEHMAN TOWNSHIP, PA to CHARLES (BUD) WILLIAMSON's NEVERSINK RADIO, LLC (DIGITAL RADIO BROADCASTING, INC.) for $300,000 plus a time brokerage agreement before closing.
In other filings with the FCC, ALABAMA CHRISTIAN RADIO, INC. is selling the construction permit for WJTJ/CAMERON, MO to evangelist VIC ELIASON's VCY AMERICA, INC. for $10,000.
Broker RICHARD A. FOREMAN is taking over PEMBROOK PINES MASS MEDIA N.A. CORP., licensee of Sports WABH-A (ESPN RADIO 1380) and AC WVIN (V98.3)/BATH, NY and Rhythmic AC WQRW (THE Q 93.5)/WELLSVILLE, NY, as receiver for owner ROBERT J. PFUNTNER. FOREMAN was appointed receiver by the U.S. District Court for the Western District of NEW YORK in a case brought against the company by lender CITIZENS AND NORTHERN BANK.
HOPE RADIO, INC. is donating the construction permit for new noncommercial FM KWHA/WEST HELENA, AR to RADIO 74 INTERNATIONALE as a charitable contribution. The station will be a simulcast of the buyer's Religion KRSF/RIDGECREST, CA.
PEAK BROADCASTING has taken another step in its emergence from Chapter 11 bankruptcy, filing long-form applications to assign its stations in the FRESNO and BOISE markets from debtor-in-possession status to subsidiaries of the new PEAK II HOLDING LLC, owned in turn by a company controlled by OAKTREE CAPITAL and by GE CAPITAL EQUITY INVESTMENTS, INC. and GE subsidiary ANTARES CAPITAL CORPORATION. TODD LAWLEY remains CEO of the reorganized operation.
FIRST VENTURES CAPITAL PARTNERS, INC. is selling FM translator W277AQ/CANTON, IL to WPEO RADIO FOUNDATION for $55,000.
And EDUCATIONAL MEDIA FOUNDATION has closed on the sale of Contemporary Christian WRCK/UTICA, NY to ROSER COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK, INC. for $425,000.
Also, ROLLINS COLLEGE has applied for a minor change for its noncommercial WPRK/WINTER PARK-ORLANDO, FL after an FCC notice informed the station that its antenna site was not the one authorized by its license. The station said that there was an "inadvertent error in stating the coordinates of the antenna site in the original construction permit application for the station filed circa 1951. The antenna operation has never been physically moved from its original location." WPRK points out that its existing facility receives interference from WMIE/COCOA but that the interference is less than that which would occur with the licensed facilities. In a separate application for an STA to operate with the present facilities, it was noted that WPRK went dark on MARCH 7th while awaiting the STA.