Todd Robinson’s KZLZ Inc. sells Classic Country 1250 KHIL and 98.1 K251CG Willcox AZ to John Oberreuter and Mark Lucke for $150,000. Lucke, who serves as Station Manager for KHIL and current sister Variety Hits “X-Wave 104.9” KWCX-FM will continue to operate KWCX-FM until that station completes its move to Tanque Verde in the Phoenix market.
In a deal buried in a settlement agreement earlier this month, Viva Media LLC will convert their Time Brokerage of Caroline Smith’s Norteno 105.1 KAMT Channing/Amarillo TX to a purchase for $351,000 minus a $100,000 TBA payment. The deal was originally filed within a supplement to a petition to deny filed by Smith to Viva’s purchase of CHR “Wild 104.3” KQFX Borger/Amarillo from Tejas Broadcasting.
Cameron University donates 89.1 KYCU Clinton OK to the University of Oklahoma. KYCU will switch from rebroadcasting Cameron’s Public News/Talk/Classical 89.3 KCCU Lawton to OU’s Public News/Talk/Jazz 106.3 KGOU Norman.
As part of the Consent Decree reached with the FCC earlier this year, Cochise Community Radio Corporation will donate Silent 90.9 KSFQ Thatcher AZ to Good News Radio Broadcasting.
Great Plains Christian Radio acquires 92.3 K222AK Hugoton and 92.5 K223BS Ness City KS from Kanza Society for $7250. Both translators will rebroadcast the buyer’s Christian Oldies 103.9 KHYM Copeland.
The sales of 93.3 K227CP Cheyenne WY, 93.3 K227CO Logan UT, 95.3 K237GA St. George UT, and 100.1 K261EN Greenville UT from the bankrupt Community Translator Network LLC to three different buyers have been dismissed at owner John Christian Barlow’s as he contests the transfer of his assets to bankruptcy trustee Michael Thomson as his Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing in Utah was converted into a Chapter 7 liquidation by the United States Bankruptcy Court.
Edgewater Broadcasting’s January 2016 sale of 96.3 W242BB Medford WI to Hmong Radio Broadcast for $35,000 was dismissed at the seller’s request after an informal objection by 630 Radio Inc. that stated that the modification application filed by the buyer misrepresented itself by specifying a tower site owned by 630 Radio without getting any permission from them.