Station Sales Week Of 4/27

94.5 KBAD-FM Sioux Falls Gold Guns Rock N Roll Chuck Brennan Dollar Loan CenterAfter shutting down Badlands Pawn Shop and its associated tourist attractions in September including Rock 94.5 KBAD-FM Sioux Falls SD, Chuck Brennan has sold the station for his $945,000 asking price.

Regional Catholic operator Real Presence Radio will acquire KBAD-FM from Brennan’s Badlands Airtime and convert the station to non-commercial status. The group currently owns ten stations and has pending applications to purchase two more across the Dakotas, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

1340 Productions sells CHR “95.9 The Buzz” KTRI-FM Mansfield MO to Lake Area Educational Broadcasting Foundation for $80,000. The buyer seeks to convert KTRI-FM to non-commercial status.

Translator Sales

Flood Communications sells Silent 103.1 K276FB Schuyler NE to Nebraska Rural Radio Association for $38,000. As part of the deal, the buyer has applied to move K276FB to Ulysses where it will rebroadcast Classic Hits “Kool 103.5” 1370 KAWL York.

Nebraska Rural Radio Association also agrees to purchase 101.7 K269DO Scottsbluff NE from Armada Media for $40,000. K269DO will shift from rebroadcasting Classic Country “690 The Legend” KOAQ Terrytown to the buyer’s “94.1 The Brand” KNEB-FM Scottsbluff.

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  1. Just for the record, The Buzz is, or was, KKBL out of Monett. I believe it did briefly simulcast on KTRI-FM, but the Mansfield property was “Branson Information Radio” for the last several years until it lost its transmitter site a few months ago.


  2. I thought that the buzz was a variety hits format?

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