Journal Broadcast Group, a subsidiary of Journal Communications, Inc. (NYSE:JRN), has completed the purchase of 106.9 KHTT FM (Contemporary Hits) and 92.9 BOB FM (Adult Contemporary Variety) in Tulsa, OK, from Renda Broadcasting Corporation.
Journal Broadcast Group also owns 98.5 KVOO FM (Country Variety), 99.5 KXBL FM (Country Classic), and 1170 KFAQ FM (Talk Radio) in Tulsa.
“We are pleased to complete the purchase of these exceptional radio stations allowing us to bring the teams together to continue serving our listeners, customers and the entire Tulsa community,” said Steven Smith, Chairman and CEO of Journal Communications.
Michael J. Bergner of Bergner & Company advised Journal Communications on the transaction.
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About Journal Communications
Journal Communications, Inc., headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, was founded in 1882. We are a diversified media company with operations in radio and television broadcasting, publishing and interactive media. We own and operate or provide programming and sales services to 35 radio stations and 14 television stations in 12 states. We publish the
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
, which serves as the only major daily newspaper for the Milwaukee metropolitan area, and several community newspapers and shoppers in Wisconsin. Our interactive media assets build on our strong publishing and broadcasting brands.