B&M Broadcasting has closed on its purchase of Southern Gospel 1340 WLSG Wilmington, NC and will flip the station to Oldies/Carolina Beach “94.1 The Beach” utilizing 94.1 W231CL Wilmington on Wednesday, February 4. Focusing on music from the 50s through 70s, OM/PD Big Tom Lawler will host mornings with additional local programming to be added. Lawler will continue to hold the same duties at sister Oldies “Freedom 1120/97.1” WSME Camp Lejune/W246CJ Jacksonville, NC. B&M, owned by Ashley Moseley and state senator Harry Brown, purchased WLSG in December 2014 for $60,000.
Cox Media acquires the CP for 99.5 W258CN Jacksonville, FL from Barry Magrill for $350,000. The translator will operate with 250 watts at 268 meters and rebroadcast an HD subchannel of Cox’s 104.5 WOKV-FM. TSJ Radio is converting its LMA of Spanish CHR “Mega 97.7” WOXY Mason/Cincinnati to a purchase. TSJ will pay Queen Cities Broadcasting $900,000 for the station. One of two stations licensed to operate on 87.9, KSFH Mountain View, CA is being transferred by St. Francis High School of Mountain View to Mountain View Public Broadcasting for $20,000. Some of the principles of the buyer own Indian targeted stations in California, Washington, and Canada. North Texas Radio Group sells silent 95.3 KOME-FM Meridan, TX to Chisolm Trail Communications for $130,000. A court order se...[Read More]