Bryan Broadcasting has signed-on 100.9 KVMK Wheelock, TX. KVMK has assumed the Country format of 102.7 K274CM College Station/KNDE-HD4 as “Maverick 101“. General Manager Ben Downs wrote on the company’s website, “Our original plan for our Maverick country music format was to build a much taller tower and operate it with a more powerful transmitter to get farther distances than it currently does. Our best estimate to do the full power station was about a year and we were ready to go with music as well as Drake and Mel. So we purchased the metro signal station at 102.7 to get things rolling as soon as possible and the response has been great. We think everyone is going to be very happy with the new coverage area; especially toward the north of Brazos County, Robertson...[Read More]
Station Moves Telesouth Communications is canceling its previously granted CP to upgrade 103.1 WOSM Ocean Springs/Biloxi, MS from a Class C2 with 50kW at 140 meters to a C1 with 100kW at 180 meters at the request of Apex Broadcasting. Concurrently WOSM has proposed to remain at its current tower with an increase to 150 meters (Coverage Map). At the same time Apex’ 103.1 WZLB Valparaiso/Fort Walton Beach applies to relocate to a new tower site upgrading from 50kW at 114.4 meters to 50kW at 145.8 meters (Coverage Map). After making an emergency move to a new tower with 850 watts at 140 meters via STA, Adams Radio’s 103.9 WWFW Fort Wayne is seeking to make the move permanent with an increase to 1.6kW. Bryan Broadcasting proposes to shift the CP of 100.9 KKEE Wheelock, TX to a new ...[Read More]
Bryan Broadcasting is adding an additional signal in the Bryan/College Station market acquiring the CP for 100.9 KKEE Wheelock, TX from Katherine Pyeatt. Terms of the agreement were not yet disclosed. The new Class A signal will operate with 3.7kW at 129 meters. KKEE will join a Bryan Broadcasting cluster that includes CHR “Candy 95.1” KNDE, Christian AC “Peace 107:7” KPWJ, Sports “1150 The Zone” KZNE, Christian Preaching/Talk 1510 KAGC, and News/Talk 1620 WTAW in the Bryan/College Station market. Bill Whitley of the Dallas office of Media Services Group served as the exclusive broker for the transaction.