Red Zebra Concludes Its Planned Station Sell-Offs


WASHINGTON, D.C. — In a widely expected move, the radio broadcasting company formed by Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder (pictured) has sold a Washington, D.C.-area AM for just over $2 million.

The deal, which saw Greg Guy of Patrick Communications serve as the broker, concludes the spins Red Zebra sought to conduct. The company will now focus on another AM for ESPN Radio coverage in the National Capital Region.

Who’s the buyer? Look to Camarillo, Calif., and across the river to Rosslyn, Va.

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