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Examples of "entercom"
The station's license is currently held by Entercom Communications. It is one of six radio properties in the Memphis market held by Entercom; the others are WMC-FM, WMC-AM, WMFS, WLFP, and WMFS-FM. WRVR maintains studios in the Entercom complex in eastern Memphis. Prior to Entercom, the stations were owned by CBS Radio until 2006.
The following is a list of radio stations owned by Entercom Communications. As of November 2016, Entercom operated in 28 markets across the United States of America.
On December 8, 2014, Entercom announced its intent to acquire the remainder of Lincoln Financial Media for $110 million and working capital. To comply with ownership limits, Entercom was to divest one of its existing stations in Denver. Later, Entercom announced it would swap four of its stations in Denver to Bonneville International in exchange for KSWD in Los Angeles. The merger was completed on July 17 and Bonneville and Entercom began operating their new clusters under time-brokerage agreements that same day.
Bahakel Communications sold WPET and WKSI to Entercom in 2001.
The station was previously owned by Entercom Communications.
Entercom Communications Co. 1996–present Entercom is the 4th largest radio broadcasting company in the United States. Entercom operates four stations in Seattle and is the market's leading operator in terms of revenue. Data from the Arbitron ratings company shows that the Entercom's Seattle holdings regularly draw more than 20% of all radio listening in the Seattle/Tacoma market.
On December 8, 2014, Entercom announced its acquisition of Lincoln Financial Media for $105 million; the deal gave the company 14 additional stations in Atlanta, GA; Denver, CO; Miami, FL; and San Diego, CA. To comply with FCC ownership limits in the Denver market and DOJ antitrust concerns, Entercom entered into an exchange agreement with Bonneville under which Entercom exchanged four stations in Denver for Classic Rock station The Sound in Los Angeles and $5 million in additional consideration. The stations Entercom exchanged with Bonneville were KOSI-FM, KYGO-FM, KKFN-FM and KEPN-AM. Entercom previously owned KOSI-FM, while the remaining stations were acquired through the acquisition of LFM.
On May 1, 2008, Stephens Media Company announced that it would buy three of Entercom Communications' radio stations in Rochester, New York. The previous year, Entercom bought 15 stations owned by CBS Radio, but in order to meet with the Federal Communications Commission's ownership limitations, Entercom would have to cut loose three of its radio stations.
The station's license is currently held by Entercom Communications. It is one of six radio properties in the Memphis market held by Entercom; the others are WMC-FM, WRVR-FM, WMC-AM, WLFP, and WMFS-FM. WMFS maintains studios in the Entercom complex in Southeast Memphis, and has a transmitter tower in North Memphis.
On January 18, 2007, Bonneville signed an agreement with Entercom Communications Corporation to trade three San Francisco stations — KOIT, KMAX, and KDFC — for three Entercom stations in Seattle, Washington and four in Cincinnati, Ohio. Entercom officially took ownership of KDFC in March 2008.
WMFS is one of six radio properties in the Memphis market held by Entercom; the others are WMC-FM, WRVR-FM, WMFS, WLFP, and WMC. Entercom purchased WMC, WMC-FM and WMFS in 2006.
On August 21, 2006, Entercom Communications bought WAQZ, along with several other stations, from CBS Radio. On October 30, 2006, Entercom abruptly fired the entire on-air staff at WAQZ, including "Razor", Jimmy "The Weasel", "Notorious", Miss Sally, and others.
On January 18, 2007, Bonneville signed an agreement with Entercom Communications Corporation to trade three San Francisco stations — KOIT, KMAX, and KDFC — for three Entercom stations in Seattle, Washington and four in Cincinnati, Ohio. Entercom officially took ownership of KDFC on February 26, 2007.
WMC-FM is one of six radio properties in the Memphis market held by Entercom; the others are WMC-AM, WRVR-FM, WMFS, WLFP, and WMFS-FM. Entercom purchased WMC-AM, WMC-FM and WMFS from CBS Radio in 2006.
WGGY (101.3 FM, "Froggy 101") is a commercial FM radio station licensed to serve Scranton, Pennsylvania. The station is owned by Entercom Communications, through licensee Entercom Wilkes-Barre Scranton, LLC, and broadcasts a country music format.
On August 21, 2006, Entercom Communications bought WAQZ, along with several other stations, from CBS Radio. On October 30, 2006, Entercom abruptly fired the entire on-air staff, signaling the end of WAQZ.
WMQX (102.3 FM) is a radio station in Pittston, Pennsylvania and is owned by Entercom, through licensee Entercom Wilkes-Barre Scranton, LLC. WMQX airs a rock AC format branded as "Max 102.3".
The University of Southern California announced, on January 18, 2011, the purchase of KUSF (90.3 MHz) from the University of San Francisco. That same day, a deal, in the works for months prior, was announced to acquire the intellectual property and call letters of KDFC from Entercom, thus making KDFC a listener-supported non-commercial outlet. Entercom, in turn, flipped the 102.1 MHz frequency to a simulcast of San Jose station KUFX, which Entercom had acquired earlier in the month, on January 24.
Current overnight host is Z, who also works as Assistant Production Director for Entercom Milwaukee.
On July 14, 2015, Bonneville International announced that it would sell the station to Entercom (along with $5 million) in exchange for four stations in Denver, Colorado that were required due to ownership limits by the Department of Justice to be divested by Entercom and Lincoln Financial Media, which were in the process of merging. Once the merger was completed on July 17, Entercom began operating KSWD under a time-brokerage agreement, marking the company's entry into the Los Angeles market for the first time while Bonneville began operating their new cluster in Denver that same day. The swap to Entercom was consummated on November 24, 2015.