MMTC Sells WDTW Detroit

1310 WDTW Detroit Clear Channel MMTC Pedro Zemora ZamoraMMTC Broadcasting has sold Silent 1310 WDTW Dearborn/Detroit to Pedro Zemora for $100,000.

The station has been silent since Clear Channel demolished the station’s tower site and donated it to MMTC at the end of 2012.

Zemora owns three other stations across the country: Regional Mexican “La Ley 105.5” KDLS-FM Perry/Des Moines, Regional Mexican “El Patron 1450” 1450 WZGX Bessemer/Birmingham and silent 620 WJHX Lexington, AL.

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3 Comments


  1. No transmitter, no towers, no land, nothing. Price sounds about right.


  2. It’s a no-brainer that given the new owners’ other holdings that WDTW will broad cast in Spanish.


  3. 900 watts from a temp tower has been approved by the FCC. So after all the legal work is completed, how much of that $100k does MMTC get? Doesn’t seem to be much of a donation at all, and wonder if they would have gotten more if CC didn’t topple the towers.

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