Receiver Files For Control Of Tama Stations
October 16, 2008 at 5:39 AM (PT)
A court-appointed receiver has filed to take control of the licenses of TAMA BROADCASTING's stations after the grant of a motion by creditor D.B. ZWIRN SPECIAL OPPORTUNITIES FUND. NEW YORK SUPREME COURT Judge EMILY JANE GOODMAN appointed SCOTT SAVAGE as receiver on SEPTEMBER 5 after TAMA Director JEFFREY SCOTT met with SAVAGE and did not voice opposition to the appointment. The stations include, in the TAMPA market, Urban AC simulcast WTMP-A/EGYPT LAKE, FL-WTMP-F/DADE CITY, FL; in the JACKSONVILLE market, Regional Mexican "FIESTA" simulcast WFJO/FOLKSTON, FL-WHJX/BALDWIN, FL, Jazz WJSJ/FERNANDINA BEACH, FL, and Oldies WSJF (TRUE OLDIES 105.5 FM)/ST. AUGUSTINE BEACH, FL; and in SAVANNAH, 80's-90's WSGA and Classic Rock WTHG (104.7 THE HAWK)/HINESVILLE, GA and Gospel WSSJ/RINCON, GA.
In other deals filed with the FCC, STAFFORD BROADCASTING, L.L.C. is selling Talk WSCG-A/GREENVILLE, MI and Country WSCG-F (TRUE COUNTRY 106.3)/LAKEVIEW, MI to PACKER RADIO GREENVILLE, INC. for $195,000; CORNERSTONE COMMUNITY RADIO, INC. is selling FM translator W246BD/CLINTON, IL to GOOD NEWS RADIO, INC. for $10,000; and SUSAN SMITH is donating FM translator K265BD/WENATCHEE, WA to MOODY BIBLE INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO.