DTV America buying spree continues

By on Nov, 19 2014 with Comments 0

LPTVJohn Kyle’s DTV America has been snapping up LPTV CPs like they’re going out of style (and maybe they are). Three more deals have been filed with the FCC.
A total of 12 CPs are involved. Kyle’s company is paying its usual $4K a pop for them.

The largest of the three deals is valued at $28,000. The seller is Shalub Medical Investments, headed by Don S. Shalub, and the prize for DTVA is a collection of seven LPTV CPs licensed to Joplin MO.

In the second-largest transaction, Stephen Claassen is selling five CPs licensed to Topeka KS for $20K.

Finally, DTVA is picking up a single LPTV CP in Boise ID from the Stan V. Smith Trust for $4K.

That brings the total value of the buying spree to $52,000.

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