One of the few and longest running synchronous AM operations could be coming to an end.
Commonwealth Broadcasting has relaunched two of its stations under Cumulus’ Nash Icon branding. “99.3 KMO Country” WKMO Lebanon Junction/Elizabethtown and “Howdy 103.7” WHHT Cave City/Glasgow have switched over to Westwood One’s syndicated version and utilizing it for their branding. The two Commonwealth Broadcasting stations join Cumulus’ 101.5 WVLK-FM Richmond/Lexington in utilizing the Nash Icon branding in Kentucky.
Station Sales As it is granted a CP to increase to 250 watts, Family Life Ministries has sold 104.7 W284AP Buffalo to Entercom. The $125,000 purchase will see the translator rebroadcast 102.5 WTSS-HD2. If the current programming of the HD subchannel does not change that will mean the return of News/Talk 930 WBEN to FM following the flip of former simulcaster 107.7 WLKK to Alternative last September (Coverage Map). It may not be as big as any trades made tonight at the NFL Draft, but Educational Media Foundation and American Family Association pulled off a three station swap this week. EMF will acquire 88.3 WTLG Starke, FL (Coverage Map) and 91.7 KNDW Williston, ND (Coverage Map), while American Family Association adds 88.5 WVDA Valdosta, GA (Coverage Map). Wildcatter Wireless is selling th...[Read More]