A $1.2 million check gives iHeartMedia its eighth radio station in San Diego. In a quick-closing deal, Riverfront Broadcasting adds a fifth station in Rapid City, SD. New York Public Television closes a nearly $1 million deal to buy its first radio station on Long Island’s East End. Check out all the action in this week’s Deal Digest. Read more

After a period of relative quietness in the translator market, two million-dollar deals were struck this week in Chicago and Philadelphia with other translator sales filed in Oklahoma City and Merced. Also this week, Tegna closes its sale of an AM-FM combo in San Diego. There’s more MAGA for Richmond. And the High Plains Radio Network continues to downsize with sales in Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas. Check out the details in this week’s Deal Digest. Read more

After more than a decade, iHeartMedia has lined-up a buyer for one of two Lexington, KY market stations in a trust as Clarity Communications expands its cluster there. Also this week, Asian-language broadcaster Pham Radio is adding a third station in the Bay Area. And EMF enters a new Ohio market. Check out all the action in this week’s Deal Digest. Read more

A Wisconsin cluster has been in the Laird family since 1956 but a deal this week will bring a new era of ownership. Also this week, Cumulus finalized the sale of its New York AM. The “FUR” flies into new owner’s hands in Grand Rapids. EMF expands in Colorado. Plus, MacDonald Garber Broadcasting brings the next generation into the radio business. Check out all the details in this week’s Deal Digest. Read more

The University of Memphis files to transfer the license for jazz “U-92” WUMR to a newly-created not-for-profit that will preserve and operate the station’s format. Also this week, Rocky Mountain Radio Group adds another FM in the Aspen-Vail region, and the High Plains Radio Network continues to downsize. Get the details in this week’s Deal Digest. Read more

Educational Media Foundation’s major market expansion is stretching to market No. 10 as it pulls an FM out of the Entercom cluster. Also this week, an Atlanta AM that will soon swap Spanish for talk changes hands. A Toledo country FM is sold. And a 14-year brokerage arrangement finally leads to an outright sale. Check out all the details in this week’s Deal Digest. Read more

Following its exit from St. Louis and Youngstown, OH, Salem Media Group is exiting another market: Louisville. Also this week, Vanguard Media added to its Albuquerque-area cluster. And an Alaskan Fiddlers Association buys another FM. Catch up with all the buyers and sellers in this week’s Deal Digest. Read more

Resonate Hawaii is downsizing the number of stations it owns on Hawaii’s Big Island. It has struck a deal to sell one of its FMs to Calvary Chapel of Twin Falls, which has covered the area with a translator. Also this week, Houston Christian Broadcasters grows again in Texas. Check out all the buyers and sellers in this week’s Deal Digest. Read more

Sovereign Communications announced in October it was selling eight Northern Michigan radio stations to Armada Media. But facing ownership limits, it has now opted to sell two of them to another company – one with family, but not ownership, ties. Also this week, Desert Explorer Communications ads another FM in Colorado’s Red Rock region. Check out the details in this week’s Deal Digest. Read more

A Boston FM’s Bay State reach is shrinking, thanks to a sale to EMF. Also this week, there’s a deal nearly five years in the making in Kansas City. On Maryland’s Eastern Shore, a buyer quickly becomes a seller – and it’s a familiar name. A big Nebraska sale just closed. Plus, an Iowa general manager becomes the owner. Check out the details in this week’s Deal Digest. Read more

A former Fox News Radio host begins building his radio group. Norsan Media adds another market to its map in South Carolina while in another Carolina market, EMF spins-off a translator where it now owns three full-power FMs. And the last of Mapleton’s stations is in the hands of a new operator. Check out the details in this week’s Deal Digest. Read more

The holiday season brought a lot of expected year-end transaction closings and some new deal-making. Local Media San Diego, a group made up of several radio veterans, expanded its San Diego cluster. And Seven Mountains Media and Magnum Communications added to their station maps. Deal-making will also mean the loss of rock stations in markets like Denver and Traverse City, MI. Catch up with all the details in the first Deal Digest of 2020. Read more

The holiday season began early for dealmakers as just one new deal for a full-power station was filed this week. Kristin Cantrell’s Seven Mountains Media adds an FM to its cluster outside the Lexington-Fayette, KY market. Also of note: Rob Austin’s Jamtraxx Media bought an FM translator this week in Madison, WI with plans to launch a new format in that market. Check out the details in this week’s Deal Digest. Read more

It was a quieter-than-normal week in deal-making with just two new deals filed—and both were in Ohio and in both cases the sellers were colleges. One deal will give Holy Family Communications another FM in the Buckeye State. And another will give The Ohio State University another FM. Check out the details in this week’s Deal Digest. Read more

Standard Media Group strikes a $64.2 million deal to buy 15 radio stations and 11 television stations from Bill Christian and Mike Reed’s Sound Communications. Also this week, a big-ticket translator sale in Houston. Plus, Randy Michaels is a seller in Michigan. Cumulus downsizes in a Georgia market. And a Terre Haute market morning man becomes the station’s new owner. Check out the details in this week’s Deal Digest. Read more

An Illinois ops manager is set to become the owner in the week’s biggest sale. Also, Immaculate Heart Media closes a deal to buy nine full-power stations and four FM translators from Salem Media Group. Plus, a Rocky Mountain bankruptcy leads to a sale. And Saul Levine donates his Monterey stations. Check out all the details in this week’s Deal Digest. Read more

Christopher Miller’s Meridian Media strikes the biggest-ticket deal of the week, buying four stations from father Monte Miller’s Rocking M Media. Also this week, there’s a pair of deals in the Traverse City, MI market. Community Broadcasters downsizes in Northern New York. And G.I. Family Radio spins a Nebraska FM to a religious operator. Check out the details in this week’s Deal Digest. Read more

Horne Radio buys Bunyard Broadcasting’s Fayetteville, AR cluster. American General Media expands its Bakersfield cluster by one FM. In Orlando Salem is once again subtracting as it sells a second AM in market No. 30. Plus, the Cromwell Group expands into Michigan. And as one Dallas AM sale closes, another transfer is filed. Check out the details in this week’s Deal Digest. Read more

Connoisseur Media is handing off control of one of its Long Island AMs to Cantico Nuevo Ministry which is building a growing footprint in market No. 20. The week’s other big deal is also in Long Island as New York Public Television expands into radio ownership there. Elsewhere, noncommercial FMs in Los Angeles and San Francisco are changing hands. And Access.1 Communications comes to an end as it closes its final sale. Check out the details in this week’s Deal Digest. Read more

Lazer Broadcasting adds a third station in the San Francisco metro, buying the last station held by Mapleton Communications. Also this week, Educational Media Foundation buys in Green Bay but sells in Virginia. And an Iowa general manager is set to become the FM’s new owner. Check out the details in this week’s Deal Digest. Read more

The downsizing of Emmis continues as its closes a deal to sell six Austin stations to its longtime partners Bob and David Sinclair. Also this week, Salem finalizes a deal to trim down its Florida holdings. Plus the price tag on Dallas and Minnesota deals are revealed. And local owners keep control in Iowa. Check out the details in this week’s Deal Digest. Read more

The classic country “The Outlaw” format was already on the air in Concord, NH. Now Saga has bought another signal to bring it into the Manchester market. Also, this week, Educational Foundation is expanding in Georgia. Plus, Colonial Radio Group expands in North Carolina while there will soon be one fewer “Activa” outlets in South Carolina. Check out the details in this week’s Deal Digest. Read more

Greeley Broadcasting already downs regional Mexican stations in Ft. Collins and Pueblo markets. Now it’s adding a third Colorado market with a deal in Colorado Springs. Also this week, Connoisseur Media files to sell its last remaining station in the Allentown-Bethlehem, PA market. Plus it’s New Mountains To Climb in Greenville-Spartanburg, SC market. Check out the details in this week’s Deal Digest. Read more

A decades-old radio-newspaper combination will remain intact in Illinois where the new owners of Champaign’s News-Gazette keep the paper’s three radio stations. Meanwhile in Erie, PA there’s a new radio-television combo as WICU-TV’s owners buy an FM. Both are allowed since the FCC lifted its cross-ownership prohibition. Check out the details and a look at radio’s other transactions in this week’s Inside Radio Deal Digest. Read more

“K-Love” parent EMF buys into the Buffalo market as part of a two-state deal with Family Stations. Also this week, Beasley now has one more FM in Detroit. Pacific Media Group enters the Honolulu market. And Refuge Media Group sells nearly all of its signals and brings an end to the “Refuge Radio” format after 37 years. Check out the details and a look at radio’s other transactions in this week’s Inside Radio Deal Digest. Read more