KQV To Be Resurrected

1410 KQV Pittsburgh NewsOne month after taking News 1410 KQV Pittsburgh silent, Calvary Inc. has agreed to sell some of the station’s assets to Bob & Ashley Stevens’ Broadcast Communications Inc.

Broadcast Communications will acquire the KQV license and all equipment and documents connected to the operation of the station for $55,000. As the station’s current tower site will not be included in the sale, an application will be filed to diplex KQV on the tower of the buyer’s 810 WEDO McKeesport.

Broadcast Communications owns Talk/Oldies 620 WKHB Irwin, Talk/Oldies 770 WKFB Jeannette, Brokered Ethnic 810 WEDO McKeesport, AC 1570 WQTW Latrobe, Classic Rock 103.1 WKVE Mount Pleasant, and AC 103.9 WKHB-FM Scottdale in the Pittsburgh market as well as additional stations in Southwestern Pennsylvania and Western Maryland.

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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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  1. Diplexed with single stick WEDO? That pretty much relegates KQV to a significant downgrade in power at night. Knowing 14~Ten was using 5 sticks at night, going down to one means KQV could become a Class D station with double digit wattage. But with a sales price of $55k, this may provide KQV with something it hasn’t had in a while – a profit!

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