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Station Sold in Cincinnati

Translators sell in New York and North Carolina
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Well, it wasn’t WKRP but a radio station in Cincinnati did sell recently. Technically licensed to Covington, Ky., WCVG(AM) was bought by Reign Enterprises from Great Lakes Radio-Cincinnati. The price was $450,000. Bob Heymann of Media Services Group was the broker.

In California, religious broadcaster Educational Media Foundation struck gold, acquiring KSLY(FM) in San Luis Obispo from El Dorado Broadcasters. Kalil & Co. was the broker.

In translator transactions, a pair of group owners joined in.

W258CR, located at Bryson City, N.C., changed hands for $45,000 with Beasley Media Group acquiring it from Western North Carolina Public Radio. Bob Heymann of Media Services Group was the broker.

The same price obtained W293BL-FX at Saranac Lake, N.Y., for Saga Communications. The seller was Saranac Lake Radio. Jason James of Patrick Communications was the broker.

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