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Neuhoff Drops A Hammer Into Lafayette IN

Neuhoff Media launched Sports “101.7 The Hammer” in Lafayette IN as the former “ESPN 1450” WASK Lafayette launched translator 101.7 W269DJ. The new brand launched with the start of the NCAA Mens’ Basketball Tournament yesterday. The station will continue to carry ESPN Radio programming and Chicago Cubs baseball. The Lafayette Journal & Courier reports that WASK will add a local afternoon show hosted by former WLFI-TV sports anchor Clayton Duffy and Jared Jesulaitis who is PD of WASK and sister CHR “B102.9” WXXB. Jesulaitis recently moved from mornings to middays on WXXB where he uses the on-air name ‘Logan’. On March 15th 2018 at 11am, Neuhoff Media Lafayette adds a new FM station to the airwaves at 101.7. 101.7 FM – which is a new ...[Read More]

Gray Television Divests Schurz Clusters To Three Buyers

Gray Television has no intent on becoming radio operators. In its $442.5 million deal to acquire Schurz Communications, the company inherited radio clusters in Lafayette and South Bend IN and Rapid City SD. They have simultaneously filed to transfer each market to a different buyer. The Lafayette stations Rock 93.5 WKHY, Classic Hits 98.7 WASK-FM, CHR “B102.9” WXXB, Country “K105” 105.3 WKOA, and Sports “ESPN 1450” WASK will go to Neuhoff Communications for $8 million. The purchase is the first move of Neuhoff outside the state of Illinois where the company owns clusters in Danville, Decatur, and Springfield and agreed to purchase Connoisseur’s three Bloomington stations a few weeks ago. Neuhoff CEO Beth Neuhoff serves on the Gray Television Board ...[Read More]