Package Of 10 Arizona Translators Sold
March 22, 2016 at 6:03 PM (PT)
DONALD F. HENDREN is selling K230BN, K239CA, K270CB, K247CD, and K269GE/KINGMAN, AZ; K228FF and K277CN/PARKER, AZ; and K249EU, K268CH, and K279CM/QUARTZSITE, AZ to AIRCRAFT STORAGE SOLUTIONS, LLC for $220.700.
In other filings with the FCC, ARKANSAS COUNTY BROADCASTERS, INC. is selling K254CG/STUTTGART, AR to PALMER JOHNSON for $35,000.
CALVARY CHAPEL BETHANY, INC. is donating KWMC/BETHANY, MO to PENFOLD COMMUNICATIONS, INC. The seller has also requested a Silent STA for the station while the sale pends.
VALLEY BANK AND TRUST has closed on the sale of Hot AC KOLT-F (THE BOSS)/WARREN AFB, WY to iHEARTMEDIA's CITICASTERS LICENSES INC. for $500,000.
SPRING ARBOR UNIVERSITY has closed on the sale of W240CT/DEERFIELD, MI to WOBL RADIO, INC. for $30,000. The buyer plans to move the translator to OBERLIN, OH, where it would be co-located with its Country WOBL-A (GOLD COUNTRY 1320 AM)/OBERLIN.
ALEXANDRA COMMUNICATIONS, INC. has closed on the sale of K272EZ/WALLA WALLA, WA to TWO HEARTS COMMUNICATIONS, LLC for $23,000. The translator will rebroadcast News-Talk KGDC-A/WALLA WALLA.
WITHERS BROADCASTING CO.'s WYNG, LLC has closed on the sale of AC WYNG/MOUNT CARMEL-EVANSVILLE, IL to EDUCATIONAL MEDIA FOUNDATION for $450,000; EMF will flip the station to Contemporary Christian with its K-LOVE network programming.
LIGHT OF LIFE MINISTRIES, INC. has closed on the sale of W230BJ/ISLAND FALLS, ME to WINNIPESAUKEE RADIO STATION, LLC for $35,000. The buyer plans to move the translator to rebroadcast News-Talk WASR-A/WOLFEBORO, NH.
And GERALD R. PROCTOR has closed on the sale of K226BY/HUNTSVILLE, TX to SIGA BROADCASTING CORPORATION for $40,000. The translator will rebroadcast Adult Standards KMVL-A/MADISONVILLE.
CUMULUS has turned in the license of WLQR-A (formerly WTOD-A)/HARTSVILLE, SC.
The sale of KROY/PALACIOS, TX by ROY E. HENDERSON to KSBJ EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, INC. has been cancelled after a two year battle involving objections by FAR EASTERN TELECASTERS and others alleging that the station had been silent without FCC authority and other alleged unethical conduct.
And BENEDICTINE UNIVERSITY has asked that its construction permit for a new low power FM at SPRINGFIELD, IL be cancelled.