Linder takes stock of Linder in SW MN deal
The station is KNSG-FM Springfield MN, a Class C2 on 94.7 MHz with 50 kW @ 472’.
Bruce H. Linder is the seller, and will receive $55K cash for the station.
The buyers operate under the name of KMHL Broadcasting Company, which in turn is a subsidiary of Minnesota Valley Broadcasting Company. The principals are John Linder (55%), Thomas Linder (26%) and Doug Linder (18%). Also on board with is Don Linder.
The other stations in the cluster are KMHL-AM, KKCK-FM & KARZ-FM, all licensed to Marshall MN, and KARL-FM Tracy.
The cluster is located in the southwest corner of Minnesota, far away from any rated territory.
RBR-TVBR observation: Our only regret in writing this story is that we could not figure out a way to work in a little Shakespeare, as in “neither a borrower nor a Linder be.” But it is our firm suspicion that the principals in this all-in-the-family deal are just fine with the idea of being a Linder, and beyond that, it’s not unlikely that they have heard this one before, so in the end, we just had to leave it out.