Wilks-Steel City Kansas City Deal Filed With FCC
June 18, 2014 at 4:05 PM (PT)
The sale of WILKS LICENSE COMPANY - KANSAS CITY LLC Top 40 KMXV (MIX 93.3), Country KFKF, Country KBEQ (Q104), and AC KCKC (KC 102.1)/KANSAS CITY to STEEL CITY MEDIA's MGTF RADIO COMPANY, LLC/MGTF MEDIA COMPANY, LLC has been filed with the Commission, showing a price tag of $105.5 million.
In other filings with the FCC, VIRGINIA TECH FOUNDATION, INC. has requested a Silent STA for W215BJ/ST. PAUL, VA due to transmitter problems.
EDGEWATER BROADCASTING, INC. has closed on the sale of K231CE/DURANT, OK to TEXOMA BROADCASTING, INC. for $27,000. The translator will rebroadcast Talk KSEO-A/DURANT.
FIRST VENTURES CAPITAL PARTNERS, INC. has closed on the sale of K230AT/WINTERSET, IA to SAGA COMMUNICATIONS OF IOWA, LLC for $87.500. The translator's proposed primary station is listed as CLEAR CHANNEL News-Talk WHO-A/DES MOINES, and it holds a construction permit to move from WINTERSET (southwest of DES MOINES) to the center of downtown DES MOINES with 250 watts at 352 feet above average terrain.
And FAMILY LIFE BROADCASTING, INC. has closed on the sale of Religion KRGN (102.9 FAMILY LIFE RADIO)/AMARILLO, TX to MIDESSA BROADCASTING LIMITED PARTNERSHIP for $700,000. KALIL AND CO. served as broker for the seller and GREG GUY of PATRICK COMMUNICATIONS served as broker for the buyer in the deal.
Also, MILWAUKEE TURNERS INC. has been granted a construction permit for a new low power FM at GLENDALE, WI.
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