Family Stations Sells Duluth Translator To Minnesota Public Radio
June 25, 2015 at 3:57 AM (PT)
FAMILY STATIONS, INC. is selling W215CG/DULUTH, MN to MINNESOTA PUBLIC RADIO for $45,000.
In other filings with the FCC, WESTSIDE PROJECT (COMMUNITY CENTER) has requested a Silent STA for KXOK-LP/MODESTO, CA.
SCREEN DOOR BROADCASTING, LLC has filed for an extension of its Silent STA for K270BK/OKMULGEE, OK while it builds at a new site.
WILLIAM B. WACHTER has closed on the sale of AC KTRN/WHITE HALL-PINE BLUFF, AR to BLUFF CITY RADIO. LLC for $162,000 plus $26,000 for accounts receivable, and ONE MEDIA, INC. has closed on the sale of the construction permits for three unbuilt stations obtained in FCC FM Auction 93, KTPB/ALTHEIMER, AR and KHUC and KPBA/PINE BLUFF, AR, to BLUFF CITY RADIO. LLC for $40,000 and a 20% interest in BLUFF CITY RADIO. The buyer's 80% owner, NEW DIRECTIONS MEDIA GROUP, LLC, is owned by PAUL COATES (51%) and former ARKANSAS Governor, presidential candidate, and talk show host MIKE HUCKABEE (49%).
And COMMUNITY BROADCASTING, INC. (affiliated with BOTT BROADCASTING) has closed on the sale of K277CK/ARKANSAS CITY, KS to COWLEY COUNTY BROADCASTING, INC. for $25,000.
In a deal not yet appearing at the FCC, the PARSONS SUN is reporting that SOUTHEAST KANSAS INDEPENDENT LIVING RESOURCE CENTER is selling Classic Country KLKC-A (KATY COUNTRY) and Classic Hits KLKC-F (MAX FM93.5)/PARSONS, KS to PARSONS MEDIA GROUP, owned by Dr. WAYNE GILMORE and GREG CHALKER, for an undisclosed price.
Also, AMERICAN PUBLIC MEDIA's CLASSICAL SOUTH FLORIDA will be voting TODAY on a plan to sell Classical WPBI/WEST PALM BEACH to EDUCATIONAL MEDIA FOUNDATION for an undisclosed price, according to the PALM BEACH POST. WPBI, the former WXEL-F, is PALM BEACH COUNTY's only local NPR affiliate with News-Talk on its HD2 channel feeding W270AD/WEST PALM BEACH.
And HORIZON CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP's license for low power FM KHHS-LP/SAN DIEGO and application for a minor facility change have been canceled and the call letters deleted because the station could not return to the air before today's deadline. The minor change, to move from 107.5 to 103.3 FM, was challenged by CHRIS CARMICHAEL, who noted that the station had not made any indication of going on the air and would block other applicants from applying for 103.3.