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The unique partnership that gave Emmis control of an Austin cluster, but not full ownership, is coming to an end. Also this week, Beasley bulks up its Detroit cluster. A big TV group adds some Ohio radio. And a Wisconsin son follows in his dad’s radio ownership footsteps. Check out the details and a look at radio’s other transactions in this week’s Inside Radio Deal Digest.

Spinning-off one of its Tuscaloosa, AL FMs to Educational Media Foundation, Townsquare Media immediately fills the gap with a deal to buy another FM in market No. 209. Also this week, Alpha Media loses a Portland FM as “Way FM” gets an upgrade. EMF fills in its Gulf Coast coverage map. And EMF closes deals with Cumulus and iHeartMedia. Check out the details and a look at radio’s other transactions in this week’s Inside Radio Deal Digest.

Despite its position as radio’s top-billing market, Los Angeles has seen a lot of station trading in recent years. The latest comes with a $35 million price tag. Also this week, a long-silent Tampa AM is getting a new owner. And two Indiana stations are sold. Check out the details and a look at radio’s other transactions in this week’s Inside Radio Deal Digest.

Gray Television sells one of its two Texas FMs. Also this week Connoisseur Media and iHeartMedia finalize a multimarket swap. Forever Media gets the keys for 10 Mid-Atlantic stations. Plus, iHeartMedia files to reclaim one of its North Dakota AMs from a trust. Check out the details and a look at radio’s other transactions in this week’s Inside Radio Deal Digest.

Bustos Media has been on a rapid-fire expansion adding its fifth station in the Tri-Cities, WA market. It’s the third transaction the company has announced in the past two weeks, striking deals to add a total of a half dozen stations. Also this week, iHeart cuts a deal to give its Denver sports AM a FM signal. And Salem now has one fewer station in Washington, DC. Check out the details and a look at radio’s other transactions in this week’s Inside Radio Deal Digest.