JVC Broadcasting Rock “Bud 94.1” W231CT Orlando/WOTW-HD2 Windermere FL has announced the addition of Mick Dolan as its first on-air host. Dolan previously worked at Orlando Rock stations 100.3 WDIZ and 101.1 WJRR as well as Smooth Jazz 103.1 WLOQ in the market. He has most recently been working as a news and traffic reporter for Salem Media’s Orlando cluster. Bud 94.1, Orlando’s King of Rock, which signed on the air July 13 to little fanfare but with lots of bravado, has announced their first air staff member, veteran Orlando rocker Mick Dolan. Mick spent numerous years at Orlando’s legendary WDIZ, later at the even more legendary WJRR, and even more later at Smooth Jazz outlet WLOQ which forced them to change format. Mick joins Bud 94.1 from Salem Media Group where he di...[Read More]
Update 7/14:JVC Broadcasting has completed the upgrade of WOTW to HD, allowing for the official launch of Rock “Bud 94.1” W231CT Orlando/WOTW-HD2 Windermere FL on Thursday at 5:15pm. JVC Broadcasting, a leading independent, locally owned radio and events company with properties and event venues in Orlando, FL, Long Island, NY, Gainesville-Ocala, FL and West Palm Beach, FL, continues to vehemently deny rumors that link them with the responsibility or liability for a new radio station in the Orlando market. The confusion continues to reign in Orlando as the station, known as “Bud 94.1 – King of Rock,” officially debuted on Thursday July 13th, 2017 at 5:15pm. The station claims it is a part of JVC Broadcasting and is airing on the HD-2 channel of JVC owned WOTW-FM (103.1 The...[Read More]
Translator Moves Educational Media Foundation’s 96.5 K243BN Laveen, AZ applies to open up its directional pattern to increase coverage to the east and west while remaining at its current 250 watts at 278.6 meters antenna on Phoenix’s North Mountain. K243BN will likely be heading towards a signal conflict with 1TV.com’s 97.3 KIKO-FM Claypool, which applied last month to upgrade to a Class C on 96.5. K243BN will change its originating station to an HD subchannel of iHeartMedia’s 99.9 KESZ Phoenix (Coverage Map).
Following the grant of a CP to relocate into Des Moines, Saga Communications has acquired 93.9 K230AT Winterset, IA from First Ventures Capital Partners for $87,500. The translator will operate with 250 watts at 107.3 meters once it builds its new facility. It is currently licensed to rebroadcast Clear Channel’s 1040 WHO Des Moines, but that will likely change once the sale is consummated. E-String Wireless has agreed to sell the CP for 102.3 K272FK College Station, TX to Brazos Valley Communications for $95,000. Brazos intends to rebroadcast Regional Mexican “Radio Alegria” 1240 KTAM Bryan on the 250 watt signal. Weston McCarron has exercised his option to purchase 106.7 K294CM Riverside, CA for $10 from Charles Crawford. The translator CP is licensed to operate with 250...[Read More]