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‘Pulse 87’ Owner Files for Chapter 11 Protection

Mega Media executive hopes to reorganize

Mega Media Group, which operates “Pulse 87,” has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in federal court, according to Crain’s Business.

Pulse 87 is a dance radio format heard on the aural carrier of LPTV station WNYZ at 87.7 MHz in New York.

Mega Media President/CEO Alex Shvarts told Crain’s Business he hopes to reorganize the company and “get some breathing room” from creditors. According to the bankruptcy filing, the company owes more than $3.5 million against assets totaling 180,000.

RW last reported that Mega had stopped an on-air fundraiser after receiving a reprieve from some of its creditors.