Access.1 Sells Last Two Stations

Access.1 Chesley Maddox-Dorsey KCUL-FM KSYRAccess.1 Communications has sold its last two stations.

A.T. Moore’s Coochie Brake Broadcasting acquires 92.1 KSYR Benton/Shreveport LA for $25,000. Moore’s Family Life Educational Foundation operates Christian AC “Miracle 89.1” KFLO-FM Blanchard/Shreveport and simulcasters 90.9 KKML Minden/90.7 K214BE Shreveport.

Scottie Rice’s RCA Broadcasting purchases 92.3 KCUL-FM Marshall/Longview TX for $15,000. Rice currently owns two AMs and translators in the Tyler/Longview market.

Both KCUL-FM and KSYR had been operated by Alpha Media via LMA simulcasting Regional Mexican “La Invasora” 96.7 KOYE Frankston/Tyler TX. Alpha had been unable to purchase the duo when it acquired the remainder of Access.1’s clusters in Tyler/Longview and Shreveport in 2014.

Access.1 previously owned clusters in Atlantic City NJ and 1600 WWRL New York. Led by CEO Chesley Maddox-Dorsey, the company retains syndicators American Urban Radio Networks and SupeRadio Networks.

A December 2015 sale of 1580 WGYM Hammonton NJ to Domestic Church Media is still awaiting closing due to judgment liens of the property and repairs needed to be made.

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  1. Yekimi says


    Guess they did close the door…….

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