Translators In Virginia, Indiana, Pennsylvania Sold
September 2, 2016 at 5:07 AM (PT)
EDUCATIONAL MEDIA FOUNDATION is selling W220BZ/CLARKSBURG, WV to SMILE BROADCASTING, LLC for $40,000. The buyer plans to move the translator to rebroadcast Oldies-Adult Standards WSLK-A/MONETA, VA.
In other filings with the FCC, FRIENDS OF CHRISTIAN RADIO, INC. is selling W232CK/GARY, IN and W272CZ/SHERIDAN, IN to ELOHIM GROUP CORP. for $100,000.
FOUR RIVERS COMMUNITY BROADCASTING CORP. is selling W300BT/NESCOPECK PASS, PA to GEOS COMMUNICATIONS for $15,000.
SOUND INDEAS, LLC has requested Silent STAs for WYDK and WULA-A/EUFAULA, AL due to the loss of its time broker.
TRI STATE RADIO, LLC has filed for an extension of its Silent STA for KYLZ/ENOCH, UT pending sale of the station and a move from PAROWAN, UT.
LIGHT OF LIFE MINISTRIES, INC. has closed on the sale of Religion WWRN/ROCKPORT, MA to HORIZON CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP for $105,000.
TREASURE VALLEY BROADCASTING CO. has closed on the sale of Oldies KKOO (KOOL OLDIES 99.5)/FRUITLAND-BOISE, ID and Spanish Adult Hits KWEI-A (RADIO JUAN)/WEISER, ID to EDUCATIONAL MEDIA FOUNDATION for $600,000.
VIC MICHAEL's MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY TRANSLATORS, LLC has closed on the sale of K266BP/CRAIG, CO to CRAWFORD's KLZ RADIO, INC. for $25,000. The translator will be moved to rebroadcast Religion KLTT-A/COMMERCE CITY-DENVER.
REACH COMMUNICATIONS, INC. has closed on the sale of W295AZ/JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL and W283AN/ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FL to iHEARTMEDIA's CLEAR CHANNEL BROADCASTING LICENSES, INC. for $250,000 and $500,000, respectively.
And SEVEN RANGES RADIO CO., INC. has closed on the sale of W265AL/HARRISVILLE, WV to STU-COMM, INC. for $50,000.
While no Silent STA application has shown up in the FCC database, CUMBERLAND CITY BROADCASTING, INC. Country WCPM-A/CUMBERLAND, KY has gone silent due to financial difficulty. Owner SUSAN BIBB BARTON posted a notice at the station's FACEBOOK page saying that the station may still come back and that "I'm looking at this as being temporary. There are so many situations at the station that have prompted me to do this, situations that I hope that can be resolved soon. If this happens, WCPM can return and hopefully continue to bring back the local radio that you all remember and still depend on."