Station Sales Week Of 4/26

Positive Alternative Radio will acquire Classic Hits “Bright Radio 105.7” WMXH and Country “Rascal 1330” WRAA Luray VA from Hayden Hamilton Media Strategies for $165,000. PAR began operating both stations via Time Brokerage Agreement on April 15 and will convert them to one of their five regional non-comm Christian AC networks.

Sharon Kent and Susan Benning’s Southern Electronics Company acquires Country “95.1 The Hawg” WONA-FM Vaiden MS from Valleydale Broadcasting for $124,826 plus $4482.80 owed to Valleydale affiliate Reynolds Technical Associates in unpaid invoices connected to the construction of WONA-FM.

Bucknell University sells 90.5 WVBU-FM Lewisburg PA Northeast Pennsylvania Educational Television Association for $17,600 and reimbursement of all fees incurred by Bucknell up to $17,500 related to the sale. WVBU-F will join the regional Public News/Talk network based at 89.9 WVIA-FM Scranton. Bucknell will convert WVBU-FM’s programming to an online platform with a new name for the upcoming Fall semester.

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  1. Les Talk says

    Another small market in Virginia loses its local radio station cluster. I can understand them wanting the tiny FM, but why the AM? More than likely it will be donated, or go dark. Nearby, Warrenton lost their stations years ago with the loss of WQRA and WKCW. True, 1420 is still on the air but it’s eerily ALWAYS on auto pilot with nobody ever cracking the mic. And, oddly enough the old WQRA building is/was occupied by PAR. I wonder which market will be next in the region for a satellite christian takeover – Front Royal, Culpeper (or their Louisa repeaters). More than likely up in Berkeley Springs, WV, as their AM/FM combo is/was up for sale after Metro Radio wants no part of them for their brokered ethnic formats. And, as I understand, their lease is up with the people that are LMA’ing them as oldies. There is nothing Positive, nor Alternative, with religious non-comms destroying the commercial band with more repeaters. This is killing radio as we know it more than anything else.

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