With the closing of the Central Arkansas Radio Group and US Stations swap in Hot Springs AR, four stations have moved to new homes. US Stations moves Classic Country “104.5 The Bull” KLBL Pearcy to its newly acquired 101.5 Malvern. Classic Rock “101.9 The Rocket” KLXQ Mountain Pine, which had been simulcasting on 96.7 KHTO Hot Springs since August, remains exclusively on that signal. The KLBL and KLXQ call letters moved along to their new frequencies. On the Central Arkansas Radio Group side, both 101.9 KHRK-FM and 104.5 KHTO-FM are now simulcasting the Classic Hits format that previously aired on 101.5 KHRK (now KLBL). That will be temporary as those stations and Rock “Real Rock 93.5” KYRC Bismarck AR will be transferred to Houston Christian Broadcaster...[Read More]
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]
Noalmark Broadcasting Active Rock “Real Rock 101.5” KHRK Malvern/Hot Springs, AR has added an additional signal. “Kix Country 93.5” KIXV Bismarck has dropped its format to begin simulcasting KHRK as KYRC. The simulcast comes just months after the two formats swapped frequencies in November 2013. The addition of 93.5 expands 101.5’s programming to reach the Arkadelphia area.