13 AMs, 19 FMs and one LMA
Price: $475 million merger (includes $109 million assumption of debt)
Buyer: Entravision Communications Corp., Santa Monica, Calif. (Walter A. Ulloa, chairman); owns/is buying 14 TVs and 10 radio stations
Seller: Z-Spanish Media Corp., Sacramento, Calif. (Amador Bustos, president; to be president of new Entravision); no other broadcast interests
64.67% of WCHA(AM)-WIKZ(FM) Chambersburg, Pa./Hagerstown, Md.; and WCHA-FM Greencastle/Chambersburg, WGLU(FM) Johnstown, WQKK(FM) Ebensburg/Johnstown, WRSC(AM)-WQWK(FM) State College, WBLF(AM) Bellefonte/State College and WNCL(FM) Port Matilda/State College, Pa.
Price: $8.7 million
Buyer: Great Hill Equity Partners L.P., Boston (Christopher S. Gaffney, Stephen F. Gormley and John G. Hayes, managing members); no other broadcast interests
Seller: J. Albert Dame, Mechanicsburg, Pa.; no other broadcast interests
Facilities: wcha(am): 800 kHz, 1 kW day, 196 W night; WIKZ(FM): 95.1 MHz, 50 kW, ant. 449 ft.; WCHA-FM: 94.3 MHz, 3.5 kW, ant. 430 ft.; wglu: 92.1 MHz, 580 W, ant. 1,043 ft.; wqkk: 99.1 MHz, 50 kW, ant. 500 ft.; wrsc: 1390 kHz, 2 kW day, 1 kW night; wqwk: 97.1 MHz, 3 kW , ant. 403 ft.; wblf: 970 kHz, 1 kW day, 61 W night ; wncl: 107.9 MHz, 350 W, ant. 469 ft.;
Formats:wcha(am): country; WIKZ(FM): AC; WCHA-FM: country; wglu: CHR; wqkk: active rock; wrsc: news/talk; wqwk: rock/AOR; wblf: country; wncl: AC
KVNA-AM-FM Flagstaff and KZGL(FM) Cottonwood/Flagstaff, Ariz.
Price: $2 million
Buyer: Yavapai Broadcasting Corp., Cottonwood (W. Grant Hafley, owner). Hafley also owns two other AMs and seven other FMs, including kybc(am)-kvrd-fm Cottonwood/Flagstaff
Seller: Regent Communications Inc., Covington, Ky. (Terry Jacobs, principal); owns/is buying 12 AMs and 28 FMs
Facilities: AM: 600 kHz, 5 kW day, 500 W night; KVNA-FM: 97.5 MHz, 100 kW, ant. 1,509 ft.; kzgl: 95.9 MHz, 9 kW, ant. 2,493 ft.
Formats:AM: sports; KVNA-FM: AC; kzgl: rock
KLWT(AM)-KCLQ(FM) Lebanon/Branson, Mo.
Buyer: Pearson Broadcasting of Lebanon Inc., Richmond, Va. (Max H. Pearson, owner). Pearson also owns one other AM and four other FMs
Seller: Lebanon Broadcasting and Leasing Ltd. Inc., Lebanon (Deborah Moore, president); no other broadcast interests
Facilities: AM: 1230 kHz, 1 kW; FM: 107.9 MHz, 50 kW, ant. 365 ft.
Formats: AM: adult standards; FM: country
KRXK(AM) and KGTM(FM) Rexburg, Idaho
Buyer: Pacific Empire Holdings Corp., Lewiston, Idaho (John Taylor, president); no other broadcast interests
Seller: Communicast Consultants Inc., Orem, Utah (Judith W. Grow, president); no other broadcast interests
Facilities: AM: 1230 kHz, 1 kW; FM: 98.1 MHz, 3 kW, ant. 299 ft.
Formats: AM: Spanish; FM: alternative
KLVT-AM-FM Levelland, Texas
Buyer: Paul R. Beane, Lubbock, Texas; no other broadcast interests
Seller: James D. Peeler, Hereford, Texas; owns KNNK(FM) Hereford
Facilities: AM: 1230 kHz, 1 kW; FM: 105.5 MHz, 6 kW, ant. 298 ft.
Formats: Both gospel
KDDD(AM)-KMRE(FM) Dumas, Texas
Buyer: North River Investments Inc., Dumas (Joel Williamson, owner); no other broadcast interests
Seller: Xtra Cattle Co. Inc., Dalhart, Texas (Phil Haaland, president); no other broadcast interests
Facilities: AM: 800 kHz, 250 W day; FM: 95.3 MHz, 3 kW, ant. 260 ft.
Formats: Both oldies
KMHT(AM)-KZEY-FM Marshall, Texas
Buyer: Community Broadcast Group Inc., Tyler, Texas (Jerry Russell, president); owns KZEY(AM) Tyler
Seller: Wiley College, Marshall (Ronald L. Swain, president); no other broadcast interests. Note: Wiley College received the stations as a donation in 1993
Facilities: AM: 1450 kHz, 1 kW; FM: 103.9 MHz, 3 kW, ant. 300 ft.
Formats: Both urban contemporary