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Station Sales Week Of 1/30

590 WVLK Lexington 101.1 98.9 KRQX Hurricane St. George Radio Station SalesCumulus Media purchases 101.1 W266AN Lawrenceburg, KY from Finley Willis for $5000. Cumulus intends to file an application to relocate the translator closer to Lexington where it will rebroadcast News/Talk 590 WVLK Lexington.

CBL Investments is selling Classic Hits 98.9 KRQX-FM Hurricane/St. George, UT to Craig Hanson’s Redrock Broadcasting for $250,000. Hanson, the former President of Simmons Media currently operates KRQX via LMA and owns Hot AC “Mix 103.1” KURR Hildale in the St. George market.

Richard Witkovski’s North Texas Radio Group is acquiring Classic Country 1550 KMAD Madill, OK from Keystone Broadcasting for $40,000.

The Benett Kessler Trust transfers AC “Sierra Wave Radio” 92.5 KSRW Independence, CA and sister LPTV KSRW-LP Mammoth Lakes to Scott Clark as trustee following the death of Kessler last year.

Kona Coast Radio buys 102.3 KMKK-FM Kaunakakai, HI from Ohana Broadcast Company for $90,000.

New Beginning World Outreach sells 88.1 WNBV Grundy, VA to Earl Cole’s Jewell Valley Railroad for $7500. The buyer includes an educational objective in the application stating, “SUBJECT MATTER COVERED BY PROGRAMMING WILL INCLUDE FAMILY DEVELOPMENT, CHILD REARING AND EDUCATION, HEALTH INFORMATION AND RELIGION. PROGRAMS WILL BE DEVELOPED AND SELECTED SO AS TO BE RESPONSIVE TO THE NEEDS AND INTERESTS IN THE PROPOSED SERVICE AREA.”

Texarkana Radio Center acquires the CP for 98.9 K255CR Texarkana, TX from E-String Wireless for $55,000. K225CR is currently licensed to rebroadcast American Family Association’s 90.5 KNLL Nashville, AR.

Gopher Communications Company buys the CP for 106.1 K291BT Grand Forks, ND from Horizon Christian Fellowship for $40,000. K291BT will rebroadcast Educational Media Foundation’s 100.7 KKLQ Harwood/Fargo.

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Lance Venta is the Owner and Publisher of RadioInsight.com and a consultant for RadioBB Networks specializing in integration of radio and the internet. Lance has two decades of experience tracking the audio industry and its use of digital platforms.

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