101.9 Tupelo

Massive Tupelo Market Shakeup Takes Place

The Tupelo MS market has seen a dramatic shakeup over the past few weeks. The changes started on July 29 with iHeartMedia’s flip of 99.3 WBVV to Classic Hits “Big 99.3“. Then Telesouth Communications closed on its acquisitions of Variety Hits “Max 95.9” WCNA and AC “Power 101.9” WFTA and ceased their LMA’s of Flinn Broadcasting’s 96.3 WXWX and 102.9 WWMR leading to new formats on all four of those frequencies. WCNA has assumed Telesouth’s “SuperTalk Mississippi” programming from WWMR, while WFTA has shifted from AC to Classic Hits while retaining the “Power 101.9” branding. 96.3 WXWX has dropped its ESPN Radio programming, while it and 102.9 WWMR will soon be operated by Mike Brandt’s MD Broadcasting ...[Read More]

Station Sales Week Of 3/18

Station Sales Gregory Shinn’s Central Arkansas Radio Group is buying Noalmark Broadcasting’s Hot Springs AR cluster for $1.6 million. The stations involved are Rock simulcast “Real Rock 93.5” KYRC Bismarck/101.5 KHRK Malvern, CHR 105.9 KLAZ Hot Springs, and Southern Gospel 1420 KBHS/105.5 K288FP Hot Springs. Noalmark retains its clusters in El Dorado and Magnolia AR and Hobbs and Roswell NM. Adams Radio Group trades Variety Hits 1280 WSUX/96.3 W242AV Seaford DE to Vincent Klepac’s Bayshore Media for Alternative “104.3 The Ryde” 1590 WIJK/104.3 W282AW Ocean City and 105.1 W286BB Ocean Pines MD. Liberman Broadcasting sells 1230 KCOH Houston to Roberta Rose Ramirez’ Pueblo de Galilea for $1.8 million. KCOH currently simulcasts Liberman Regional ...[Read More]