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  • #1080
    jay_zie
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    Six full hours of Lard Lardson would be booooring

    #1081
    Craig_Adams
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    This from All Access:


    KLRR Now Streaming


    COMBINED COMMUNICATIONS Triple A KLRR (CLEAR 101.7)/BEND OR, is now streaming online.

    Longtime PD DOUG DONOHO reports that the stream launched FRIDAY, MARCH 18th, to enthusiastic fans both locally and across the country.

    “This has been a long time coming,” said DONOHO. “In smaller markets, like in CENTRAL OREGON, getting a chance to stream the signal to the outlying areas not covered by the terrestrial signal is a huge asset. Already we are getting hits and amazing response. And now, the fight for radio listening in offices won’t be as much of an issue.”

    #1082
    RCA892r
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    Craig thanks for the Feb 28 post on changes in the Boise area. The bottom line is the call letters for the station my wife and I owned along the Idaho-Oregon border have disappeared as has the station. FM moved away some time ago. Now the AM stick has gone to a neighboring town and the call letters for both vaporized in a format change. Iconic art deco studio bldg with glass blocks and spiral staircase empty and decaying. Your post was the first I’d heard of changes.

    #1083
    Craig_Adams
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    Glad to be of service. You and other readers are the reason I do this. 🙂

    #1084
    boisebill
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    Guess it won’t matter anymore if the old KWEI building’s got a foot or two of flood water in it this spring.

    #1085
    Craig_Adams
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    This from All Access:

    THE TOM KENT RADIO NETWORK adds HORIZON BROADCASTING Classic Hits KQAK/BEND, OR, adding “The Ultimate Party” for SATURDAYS 7p-12m.

    #1086
    Craig_Adams
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    This from All Access:


    Sales Wrap-up


    Not yet filed with the FCC, and after several abortive attempts at a deal, silent KDJQ-A/MERIDIAN-BOISE has been sold by court-ordered auction through GREG MERRILL of MEDIA SERVICES GROUP. The purchaser is TERRY W. MATHIS, former CITADEL/SALT LAKE CITY Director of Sales, and the price is $139,500. MERRILL served as receiver and representative of former owner TRI STATE MANAGEMENT, LLC.

    #1087
    jay_zie
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    Wasn’t KDJQ-AM owned at one point by Churchill Media?

    #1088
    boisebill
    Participant

    Churchill backed out of the buy.

    $139K for a daytimer. Guess that’s about the going price for one.

    #1089
    Craig_Adams
    Participant

    This from All Access:


    Sales Wrap-up


    WORLD RADIO NETWORK, INC. is selling noncommercial Spanish Variety KBNO-F/WHITE SALMON, WA to GOSPEL ECHO, INC. for $1.

    #1090
    Craig_Adams
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    This from All Access:

    In other filings with the FCC, BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY is selling Jazz KBSU-A/BOISE to FM IDAHO CO., LLC dba IMPACT RADIO GROUP for $165,000 plus an LMA before closing.

    #1091
    the_radio_guy
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    I wonder what Impact has planned for 730, which has a strong 15,000 watt daytime signal.

    #1092
    Craig_Adams
    Participant

    This from All Access:

    HAYSTACK BROADCASTING, INC. has applied for a Silent STA for KWCQ/CONDON, OR.

    #1093
    Craig_Adams
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    OPB’s newest station is on the air. KOJD 89.7MHz John Day. Just heard an OPB ID. http://cdbs.recnet.net:8080/fmq.php?call=KOJD

    #1094
    msndrspdx
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    The only other significant radio station in John Day is KJDY, which has carried the Trail Blazers Radio Network for many years. Best, M. 8)

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