Synonyms for keymarket or Related words with keymarket
Examples of "keymarket"
In 1995, Rich Communications which owned both WGR and its FM counterpart WGRF, sold WGRF to Mercury Radio headed by Charles W. Banta. Simultaneously, Rich Communications entered into a local marketing agreement (LMA) with
Communications. The Federal Communications Commission approved the sale of WGR to
within twelve months of the LMA.
also owned WBEN, WMJQ, WWKB and WKSE.
merged with River City Broadcasting which was purchased by Sinclair Broadcast Group in 1997. Sinclair Broadcast Group sold its entire radio division to Entercom Communications in 1999. In February 2000, WGR changed formats from News-Talk to Sports-Talk.
WGXL was sold in the early 80s to
Group, which took the station country in September 1981 as WSSL and moved it into the Greenville-Spartanburg market.
WBGI (1340 AM) is a radio station licensed to Connellsville, Pennsylvania, USA. The station is currently owned by
, which had owned and operated "Froggy" branded country music stations throughout Pennsylvania already for ten years, had been looking to gain a foothold in the Pittsburgh market. The opportunity presented itself for
to acquire WESA and WZKT, and both stations were sold for $1.3 million.
, in March 2002, petitioned the FCC for permission to change the station's city of license to Duquesne, allowing them to realize the intended goal of targeting Pittsburgh proper. By the end of the decade,
had acquired other signals surrounding Pittsburgh enough to target the city from a multitude of different frequencies, and could focus the station on possibly another format.
purchased the stations, they moved 104.3 to Moon Township, and gave it the WOGI call sign. It is now boasting their "Froggy" country format while 1490 WOHI is still in East Liverpool, now with a "Pickle" format. Before that,
had assigned an ESPN sports format on WOHI.
WSTV (1340 AM) was an American broadcast radio station licensed to Steubenville, Ohio, serving the Northern Ohio Valley. The station was owned and operated by
Communications and the broadcast license was held by
Licenses, LLC. Due to a dispute in regard to the land where the broadcast tower is located, the station was forced to go silent on December 5, 2011.
WASP (1130 AM) was a radio station formerly licensed to Brownsville, Pennsylvania, USA. It served the Pittsburgh area. The station was owned by
, while WJST-FM and Grove City-based WICT was sold to
Communications of Pittsburgh, best known for the Froggy country music brand.
The station was sold in early 2000 to
Communications, for $1.3 million.
immediately changed the station's format to its popular "Froggy" country music format, and then petitioned the FCC to change the FM station's (now known as WPKV) city of license from Charleroi to Duquesne, which would allow the station to move its signal closer to Pittsburgh.
KFRG (95.1 FM, "K-FROG") is a commercial country music formatted radio station in San Bernardino, California, broadcasting to the Riverside-San Bernardino, California, area. KFRG is believed to be the original "Frog" station under previous owner
. The brand name has subsequently licensed by
to dozens of American radio stations. Owned by CBS Radio, its studios are in Colton and the transmitter site for KFRG is north of San Bernardino.
In response to this, WDRQ shifted its format to urban contemporary in March 1982, and immediately saw the format change pay off, climbing to a 3.0 share in the Spring 1982 ratings report and to a 6.6 in Summer 1982. "Continuous Music—93FM WDRQ" was a success, and the opening of "Beverly Hills Cop" features an advertisement for this version of WDRQ on a city bus. Bartell sold the station to Amatuoro Broadcasting in the early 1980s, who later sold it to
Communications. Viacom later purchased the station in a trade with
for a station that Viacom owned in Memphis in the mid-1980s that
In 1963, Jack Berkman merged his growing broadcasting companies with the Rust Craft Greeting Card Company to form Rust Craft Broadcasting. This company would be folded into Berkman's The Associated Group as Associated Radio, Inc., in the 1970s. In June 1999, The Associated Group was acquired by Liberty Media for $3 billion. Liberty Media was not interested in over-the-air broadcasting so WSTV and three sister stations were sold effective March 2000 to
Communications through its
In 1999, Humes Broadcasting sold WASP-AM-FM to its current owner,
Communications, and on January 1, 2000, the station switched calls to WOGG.
Today, WOGG and WASP operate out of
Communications' facility just off the junction of Interstates 79 and 279 in Green Tree, Pennsylvania.
The station's popular "Froggy" country format resonated well with listeners, and soon
petitioned the FCC for a power increase of one of its properties west of Pittsburgh, and also completed the sale of another station east of Pittsburgh. With coverage of Pittsburgh from these two stations now complete,
decided to sell off 98.3 FM to Educational Media Foundation, which used the station as the Pittsburgh outlet of its popular "K-Love" contemporary christian radio format.
940 AM continued its simulcast of the "Froggy" format, but the station was plagued by transmitter problems and was more or less a non-factor among its more powerful FM counterparts. On April 9, 2012, AM 940 was silenced by
. In a letter dated November 19, 2012,
formally surrendered the station's license, declaring that it would not "return to the air in the future."
As a result of the land dispute, WSTV signed off the air on December 5, 2011 with its last programming being those of ESPN Radio. An unnamed employee at
Communications told "Radio Info" that "the station has gone dark and will no longer be broadcasting."
Communications subsequently filed a request with the FCC for special temporary authority to remain silent, to allow them time to settle the dispute.
In 1998 WESA-FM abandoned its call letters and adult contemporary full-service format, and flipped to Top 40 as WZKT (Z98), but that format would go away in January 2000 after it was sold to
On November 19, 2012,
surrendered the station's license to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). On December 11, 2012, the FCC cancelled WSTV's license and deleted the call sign from its database.
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