Closing Time At FCC: Anchorage, Quincy Deals Close
July 27, 2012 at 3:51 AM (PT)
The FCC database quieted down by the end of the week, with only a series of closings showing up in FRIDAY's batch of filings. Among them was IBEW LOCAL 1547 INVESTMENTS, LLC closing on the sale of Sports KUDO-A/ANCHORAGE to TETYANA SEVVINA ROBBINS for $5,000. The buyer's husband MIKE ROBBINS is a manager and member of ALASKA INTEGRATED MEDIA, owner of a cluster of stations in the ANCHORAGE market and LMA operator of KUDO, although she bought KUDO as an individual.
QUINCY UNIVERSITY has closed on the sale of noncommercial WQUB/QUINCY, IL to the UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS' ST. LOUIS PUBLIC RADIO, operator of noncommercial KWMU/ST. LOUIS, for $40,000 cash, $50,000 in underwriting announcements over a five-year period, technical help for a year on the school's Internet radio station, unpaid internships for students, and reimbursement for operating costs from JANUARY 1st, 2012 to the closing date up to $8,000/month..
DANBURY COMMUNITY RADIO, INC. has closed on the sale of FM translator W285DE/BRIDGEPORT, CT to RED WOLF BROADCASTING CORP. for $75,000 and an agreement to rebroadcast the seller's Religion WFAR/DANBURY, CT via an HD subchannel of Alternative WMRQ (RADIO 104.1)/WATERBURY-HARTFORD plus provision to the seller of 50 HD radios.
And PAULINO BERNAL EVANGELISM has closed on the sale of FM translator K220HV/SANTA FE, NM to WILLIAM R. SIMS for $10,000. The translator will rebroadcast KD RADIO Oldies KDSK/GRANTS, NM.