Not Much Doing On FCC Database Today
October 9, 2012 at 4:01 AM (PT)
The long COLUMBUS DAY holiday has the FCC database showing few new filings TODAY.
Among what's there, COCHISE BROADCASTING LLC has applied for an extension of its Silent STA for KWXR/RELIANCE, WY "in order to reconfigure its station operations in WYOMING.... programming arrangements have fallen through for the entire WYOMING group, necessitating the development of a new plan prior to this WINTER."
VIC MICHAEL's CEDAR COVE BROADCASTING, INC. has closed on the sale of the construction permit for KOOW/CROOK, CO to KAYLYNN DUVALL's 3G LEARNING SOLUTIONS for $5,000. MICHAEL's KONA COAST RADIO, LLC has closed on the sale of the construction permit for KMAP/FLEMING, CO to MICHAEL DUVALL's FIRESIDE RADIO, LLC for $5,000.
TOM, RICK, AND HARLEY BROADCASTING LLC has closed on the assignment of Country KHLB/MASON, TX to creditor MUNBILLA BROADCASTING PROPERTIES, LTD. and AC KRZS (THE ROSE 99.9)/HUNT, TX to MUNBILLA KERVILLE LTD. for cancellation of $673,000 in debt.
GAYLORD ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY has closed on the assignment of Country WSM-A/NASHVILLE to new wholly-owned subsidiary RYMAN HOSPITALITY PROPERTIES, INC. as part of GAYLORD's conversion into a Real Estate Investment Trust. GRAND OLE OPRY, LLC continues to hold ownership of the license and will remain a wholly-owned subsidiary of COUNTRY MUSIC TELEVISION INTERNATIONAL, INC., which is moving from GAYLORD ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY to the newly-formed RYMAN, into which GAYLORD is merging as part of the formation of the REIT.
MOONGLOW BROADCASTING COMPANY INC. has closed on the sale of Religion WGMA-A/SPINDALE, NC to BLUE MOUNTAIN BROADCASTING LLC for $75,000 ($45,000 in a note).
And ALEJANDRO SANTO DOMINGO has closed on the sale of his 75% interest in WSUA BROADCASTING CORPORATION, licensee of Spanish Talk WSUA-A (RADIO CARACOL 1260)/MIAMI, to EUCARIO BERMUDEZ for $225,000 plus an additional fee tied to the increase in the Consumer Price Index since April 1, 2003. GLR, which owns 25% of the licensee, had exercised its right to purchase the 75% but had been deferred by the FCC due to the need for an interim waiver of the FCC's foreign ownership riles, and GLR rescinded the exercise of its option.