Sold: Idaho Combo, California Noncomm, Maine Translator
October 16, 2015 at 4:13 PM (PT)
4-K RADIO, INC. is selling News-Talk KOZE-A and Rock KOZE-F (Z-ROCK 96.5)/LEWISTON, ID to MCVEY ENTERTAINMENT GROUP, LLC for $175,000.
In other filings with the FCC, TEHAMA COUNTY COMMUNITY BROADCASTERS is selling noncommercial community station KTHM/RED BLUFF, CA to GOLDEN VALLEY COMMUNITY BROADCASTERS for $1.
LIGHT OF LIFE MINISTRIES, INC. is selling W246BP/SANFORD, ME to ARUBA CAPITAL HOLDINGS, LLC for $78,750.
SCREEN DOOR BROADCASTING, LLC has closed on the sale of the construction permit for KEUC/RINGWOOD, OK to OKLAHOMA CATHOLIC BROADCASTING, INC. for an estimated $22,795 to cover costs.
ROME RADIO, LLC has closed on the sale of Country WSRM (SOUTH 93.5)/COOSA, GA to ROME RADIO PARTNERS, LLC for $200,000.
MARK S. SIMS has closed on the sale of his 51% interest in OUR TOWN RADIO, licensee of Classic Hits WCRL-A and W237DH/ONEONTA, AL, to 49% owner ROBBIE MCALPINE for $1. The company is separately paying SIMS cash for the partial payment of principal of a loan he made to the company, with the rest of the principal paid with a promissory note.
ALABAMA CHRISTIAN RADIO, INC. has closed on the sale of noncommercial Classic Country-Bluegrass-Southern Gospel WPIL/HEFLIN, AL to DOWN THE HILL COMMUNICATIONS for $1.
And CHRIST OUR KING COMMUNICATIONS, INC. has closed on the sale of the construction permit for KLFT/KAPLAN, LA to TALENTS MINISTRY, INC. for $2,500.
The FCC also dismissed the license renewal application of DISCUSSION RADIO, INC. for WDIS-A/NORFOLK, MA and cancelled the license. The station was served on AUGUST 5th with a letter requiring a response in 30 days as to whether the station had returned to the air; the licensee responded on SEPTEMBER 8th saying that the station's building had been condemned on JUNE 3, 2014 and the station has been for sale ever since with no takers, and that the licensee has been trying to demolish the building, also without success. But the Commission noted that the station was taken off the air as a business decision on the Licensee's part to allow the building to deteriorate and the owner has failed to find an alternate site or buyer.