Nassau Will Buy 10 Vox Stations in New England

Nassau says it will become the largest radio owner in New England history once its $22 million purchase of 10 more radio stations in that region is complete. Vox Radio Group is selling them to Nassau Holdings.
Nassau would then own 33 licenses in New England.
The stations are WORK(FM), WWFY(FM) and WSNO(AM) in the Montpelier area of Vermont; WHDQ(FM), WSSH(FM), WWOD(FM), WNHV(AM) and WTSV(AM) in the Hanover/Lebanon, N.H., area; and WZSH(FM) and WCFR(FM) in the Brattleboro-Bellows Falls, Vt./Middle Valley, N.H. area.

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