Florida, Outer Banks AMs Sold
September 24, 2014 at 4:40 AM (PT)
WALTON COUNTY BROADCASTING, INC. is selling Variety WZEP-A/DEFUNIAK SPRINGS, FL to KYZER COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION for $330,000 ($5,000 earnest money, $145,000 cash at closing, $180,000 in a promissory note at $1,500. per month for 10 years).
In other filings with the FCC, MAX RADIO OF THE CAROLINAS LICENSES LLC is selling News-Talk WGAI-A/ELIZABETH CITY, NC to GREGORY COMMUNICATIONS LICENSE, INC. for $100,000 in a promissory note (payments of $1,583.33 per month) plus an LMA before closing.
CHRISTIAN RADIO FELLOWSHIP, INC. is selling W252BN/TALLAHASSEE, FL to CUMULUS LICENSING LLC for $125,000. The translator will rebroadcast Gospel WHBT-A (HEAVEN 1410)/TALLAHASSEE.
SEA-COMM, INC. is selling W240AS/WILMINGTON, NC to CAPITOL BROADCASTING CO.'s SUNRISE BROADCASTING, LLC for a price redacted from the contract filed with the Commission. The contract also reflects the sale of News-Talk WBNE (PORT CITY RADIO)/WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH, NC by SEA-COMM to SUNRISE, but the parties tell the FCC that "that sale has not yet occurred and may not occur for some time," and that an unredacted version of the contract will be filed with the WBNE sale.
RADIO MARIA, INC. has requested a Silent STA for KDEI-A/PORT ARTHUR, TX due to transmitter repairs.
KBDX LLC has filed for a Silent STA for K249BX/EAST SALT CREEK, CO due to "tower structural instability."
THE ST. LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY has asked the FCC for an extension of its Silent STA for W269BR/ST. HUBERTS, NY while it awaits approval of its application for a transmitter move.
TRI-STATE MEDIA CORPORATION has closed on the sale of Country KITT/SODA SPRINGS, WY to JACKSON HOLE MEDIA LLC for $76,500.
WALLER BROADCASTING, INC. has closed on the sale of Adult Standards KEBE-A/JACKSONVILLE, TX to CHALK HILL COMMUNICATIONS, LLC for $30,000.
And JVC MEDIA has closed on the purchase of Gospel WSWN-A (SUGAR 900) and Regional Mexican WBGF (RADIO LOBO)/BELLE GLADE, FL and has flipped WBGF to Rock as 93.5 THE BAR with BUBBA THE LOVE SPONGE in mornings.