Edge Spectrum Spins Three TV Facilities

Edge Spectrum is divesting three properties. The buyer is a privately held TV station owner which enjoys shared services agreements with five different companies for some of the stations it doesn't operate itself.
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A TV Deal Worthy of the ‘Word of God’

A digital low-powered television station licensed to Columbus, Ga., is changing hands.  And, it is indeed a deal soundly approved by the "Word of God."

A Buy, And A Sell, For Castelli In Florida

Vincent Castelli has been an active buyer and seller of low-power television stations in recent years. Now, he's agreed to acquire a property serving the capital of the Sunshine State. At the same time, he's spinning another LPTV property in this city to John Kyle II.
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Bill Christian Spins An LPTV Property To NewsNet Parent

For the last decade, Bill Christian has been a key figure in the build-out, and profit-generating sale, of low-power television stations in such markets as Lafayette, Ind. Now, through his "Milachi Media," Christian is signing off on the sale of a LPTV property licensed to Westmoreland, N.H. The buyer is the licensee funded by the creator of the 5-Hour Energy beverage.

Estate Sale Gives NewsNet Entry Into Coachella Valley

The company led by CEO Vince Bodiford and funded by 5-Hour Energy creator Manoj Bhargava is agreeing to purchase a LPTV station serving an area of California that's recovering from a rare tropical storm. It comes concurrent to a deal that sees NewsNet acquiring a LPTV property in New England.

New Details Emerge With Cancelled LPTV Deal

A proposed transaction that saw the arrival of a new licensee for a low-power television station in the Lone Star State was cancelled by the FCC. On Wednesday, new information was brought to RBR+TVBR's attention as to the circumstances leading to the Commission's decision.

FCC Says Yes To An Act of Defiance

American Christian Television Services in mid-July reached an agreement to sell its low-power digital TV station licensed to the city of Defiance, Ohio. Now, closing is imminent, as the FCC has given its blessing to the transaction.

A TV Deal That’s An Act of Defiance

American Christian Television Services has reached an agreement that will see the sale of its low-power digital TV station licensed to the city of Defiance, Ohio. The buyer is an entity that brought the expansion of the "Indiana News Network" to more stations across the neighboring Hoosier State.
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A LPTV And TV Translator Are Captured In Oregon

His Word Broadcasting has given its word that it will move forward with the sale of a low-powered television station licensed to Eugene, Ore. The buyer is also acquiring a TV translator, from a different seller — one that wants the station HWB is spinning.
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Larry Morton, Greg Fess Spin LPTVs In Arkansas

With Greg Guy of Patrick Communications serving as their broker, the stations are being spun to a fast-growing Michigan-based operator committed to providing information without political commentary to viewers on its own properties.
Florida TV Sale

Chladek Spins Florida LPTV To Miami Broadcaster

James Chladek, CEO of New York City-based All Broadcast Access Inc., is relinquishing a low-power television station on Florida's Atlantic Coast to a small Hispanic broadcast group based in Miami. And, if you're familiar with local politics, you'll know the buyer.
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Philip Falcone Spins Houston LPTV To NewsNet

Bridge News LLC, led by Vince Bodiford, is scooping up a low-power TV station that will bring the 24/7 all-news diginet to Houston. The seller is the former head of HC2 Holdings, who formed his own group after his departure from that entity.

NewsNet Strikes Again With Reno Buy

In Northern Nevada, the city of Reno is bordered by the municipality of Sparks. Here, a low-powered television station is trading hands. The buyer is none other than the licensee behind the NewsNet digital multicast network that is busily acquiring its own stations, building an array of O&O properties nationwide.

Price Revealed For AGM Station Spin

The Four Corners Region has long relied on broadcast signals from two Colorado cities and Farmington, N. Mex., and among the radio stations in these cities are nine properties. Pending FCC approval, they'll be former stations owned by American General Media. And, we know how much AGM is earning from the sale.

SagamoreHill Snags a New York DMA LPTV Property

In the past, it was New York's home for music video channel The Box, and for now-defunct Spanish-language television networks MundoFOX and MundoMax. Today, it airs America TeVe programming. But, that will soon change as the low-power TV station is being sold.