1380 Little Rock

Rejoice As Gospel Replaces Streetz In Little Rock

Just five months after moving from 101.1 to 1380/105.5, Core Communicators Urban “Streetz 105.5” 1380 KZTS North Little Rock/105.5 K288EZ Little Rock has folded. The station flipped to Gospel “Rejoice 105.5” on Saturday, September 1. The move comes as owner Salem Media takes management of the station back from Core Communicators. The new format places the station up against Cumulus Media’s “Praise 102.5” KPZK-FM Cabot. The Streetz format received extra competition last month when General Manager Joel ‘DJ NoName’ Ratliff exited to launch “96.5 The Box” KHTE-FM.

Station Sales Week Of 4/6

After purchasing 101.1 KZTS Cammack Village/Little Rock AR in March for $1.1 million and ending its LMA of 96.5 KHTE-FM England, Salem Communications is purchasing 1380 KDXE North Little Rock/105.5 K288EZ Little Rock from N C Communications for $180,000. As part of the deal, Salem will lease the station to Steve Hegwood’s Core Communications to keep the Urban “Streetz” format that was displaced off of 101.1 KZTS. That move started on Sunday, April 1. JW Broadcasting sells Conservative Talk “Newstalk 1160” WCFO Eastpoint/Atlanta GA to Atlanta Catholic Radio for $750,000. The purchase price is split between $500,000 for the station property and $250,000 for the tower land. The buyer will begin operating WCFO via Time Brokerage Agreement on Monday, April 16. ADX ...[Read More]

Answer & Streetz On Way To New Frequencies In Little Rock

When Salem Media takes over 101.1 KZTS Cammack Village/Little Rock on Sunday, April 1 it will move the programming of Conservative Talk “96.5 The Answer” KHTE-FM England to KZTS. Salem will end its Time Brokerage Agreement to operate KHTE-FM, whose programming will revert to owner Crain Media Group. No word yet on what that company will do with the station. However, Steve Hegwood’s Core Communicators will move the Urban “Streetz” format to N C Communications’ currently silent 1380 KDXE North Little Rock/105.5 K288EZ Little Rock. Original Report 3/13: Salem Media will acquire Urban “Streetz 101” 101.1 KZTS Cammack Village/Little Rock AR from Flinn Broadcasting for $1.1 million. The purchase gives Salem a fourth FM in Little Rock as it owns Chr...[Read More]

Station Sales Week Of 3/3

Walker Broadcasting & Communications sells Classic Country “Raider Country 98.7” 1420 KJDL/98.7 K254CI Lubbock TX to Flores Communications for $275,000. Educational Media Foundation is acquiring 98.5 KNBQ Central Park/Olympia WA from JOSH Broadcasting for $1 million. KNBQ began airing EMF’s “K-Love” programming earlier this year. EMF is also acquiring Classic Hits “Qixie 103.9” WQXZ Hawkinsville GA from Georgia Eagle Media for $150,000. Monte Spearman’s High Plains Radio Network was busy this week as it made three acquisitions in Arkansas. The first purchase was in Little Rock as HPRN filed to purchase NC Communications’ Urban AC “Hot 105.5” 1380 KDXE North Little Rock/105.5 K288EZ Little Rock for $300,000. The second d...[Read More]

Station Sales Week Of 7/24: EMF Purchases Six From Family Radio

Station Sales Educational Media Foundation is purchasing two stations and four translators from Family Stations. 89.5 KIFR Fort Dodge IA, 90.7 KEAF Fort Smith AR, 88.7 K204CL Smith River CA, 89.5 K208FV Ames IA, 91.3 K217BJ Banning CA, and 101.5 K268AH Palm Springs CA will go to EMF for $553,750. Cody West sells Country 1490 KZZN Littlefield, TX to Monte Spearman’s High Plains Radio Network for $100,000. Billy Hugh Williams transfers News/Talk 810 WCTA Alamo, TN to Alamo Media for $1 and the forgiveness of and forebearance of debt to prevent a foreclosure. Southeast Kansas Independent Living Resource Center sells News/Talk 1540 KLKC and Variety Hits “93.5 Max-FM” KLKC-FM Parsons, KS to Parsons Media Group for $30,000 and five 30 second commercials per day for two years. S...[Read More]

Little Rock Gets Hot

NC Communications has flipped Regional Mexican “La Que Buena 1380” KDXE North Little Rock/105.5 K288EZ Little Rock to Urban AC “Hot 105.5“. Branded as “R&B And The Best Throwbacks”, the move positions the station against Last Bastion Station Trust’s 102.1 KOKY and Signal Media’s “Heartbeat 106.7” KHLR.