Southern California’s ‘Highway Stations’ Go Up For Auction After Chapter 11 Filing
The “HIGHWAY STATIONS” in CALIFORNIA’s HIGH DESERT between LOS ANGELES and LAS VEGAS, created by the late HOWARD ANDERSON, are being put up for auction after going into Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and the licensees are filing with the FCC to transfer the licenses to debtor-in-possession status.
The licensees are KHWY, INC., licensee of Hot AC KRXV/YERMO-BARSTOW, CA-KKYZ/MOUNTAIN PASS, CA-LAS VEGAS-KHWY/ESSEX, CA-KHYZ-FM-2/LAS VEGAS (THE HIGHWAY VIBE) and Country KIXF/BAKER, CA and KIXW-F/LENWOOD-BARSTOW, CA (HIGHWAY COUNTRY), and THE DRIVE LLC, licensee of Rock KHDR/LENWOOD-BARSTOW, CA-KHRQ/BAKER, CA (THE DRIVE – HIGHWAY ROCK), in which KHWY, INC. has a controlling interest.
SPECTRUM MEDIA, LLC is auctioning the stations with bids due to SCOTT KNOBLAUCH by MARCH 31st; information is available through KNOBLAUCH at firstname.lastname@example.org and (864) 233-9530.
The original HIGHWAY STATIONS were created to offer FM music and LAS VEGAS tourist information to drivers along the I-15 corridor through the HIGH DESERT and grew to three formats over the years.