Oh, Eduardo - Major market FM prices keep falling!

Oh, Eduardo - Major market FM prices keep falling!

Post by Boobl » Fri, 17 Jul 2009 12:27:04

The New York Times will ultimately get $45 million as part of a three-
way deal in New York for Class B classical FM WQXR in the countrys
largest market.  From atop the Empire State Building, WQXRs signal
contour reaches 15,367,000 people, suggesting a station metric of only
$2.93 per-person a very low number even by recent historical
standards.

Appraiser David Schutz tells Inside Radio, Its still a painful pill
to swallow in the new reality.   He believes it puts last years two
much-talked about Los Angeles deals into perspective. Radio One sold
urban AC V-100 KKBT (100.3) to Bonneville for $137.5 million.   More
recently Emmis struck a rent-to-own $110 million sale of rhythmic AC
Movin KVMN (96.9) to Grupo Radio Centro.  With New Yorks WQXR going
for just a fraction of that, Schutz says it seems to be a continuation
of the downward trend in major market valuations.

http://tinyurl.com/lpmd5j

 
 
 

Oh, Eduardo - Major market FM prices keep falling!

Post by ~ RH » Fri, 17 Jul 2009 16:11:34



Quote:> The New York Times will ultimately get $45 million as part of a three-
> way deal in New York for Class B classical FM WQXR in the countrys
> largest market. ?From atop the Empire State Building, WQXRs signal
> contour reaches 15,367,000 people, suggesting a station metric of only
> $2.93 per-person a very low number even by recent historical
> standards.

> Appraiser David Schutz tells Inside Radio, Its still a painful pill
> to swallow in the new reality. ? He believes it puts last years two
> much-talked about Los Angeles deals into perspective. Radio One sold
> urban AC V-100 KKBT (100.3) to Bonneville for $137.5 million. ? More
> recently Emmis struck a rent-to-own $110 million sale of rhythmic AC
> Movin KVMN (96.9) to Grupo Radio Centro. ?With New Yorks WQXR going
> for just a fraction of that, Schutz says it seems to be a continuation
> of the downward trend in major market valuations.

> http://www.redwaveradio.com/

***le, ***le. ***LE !

So you rejoice that AM & FM Radio Stations
are Failing in these Very Bad Economic Times.

some how it figures - cause you are a
'free' over-the-air radio hater ~ RHF
 .

 
 
 

Oh, Eduardo - Major market FM prices keep falling!

Post by Boobl » Fri, 17 Jul 2009 16:37:37



> > The New York Times will ultimately get $45 million as part of a three-
> > way deal in New York for Class B classical FM WQXR in the countrys
> > largest market. ?From atop the Empire State Building, WQXRs signal
> > contour reaches 15,367,000 people, suggesting a station metric of only
> > $2.93 per-person a very low number even by recent historical
> > standards.

> > Appraiser David Schutz tells Inside Radio, Its still a painful pill
> > to swallow in the new reality. ? He believes it puts last years two
> > much-talked about Los Angeles deals into perspective. Radio One sold
> > urban AC V-100 KKBT (100.3) to Bonneville for $137.5 million. ? More
> > recently Emmis struck a rent-to-own $110 million sale of rhythmic AC
> > Movin KVMN (96.9) to Grupo Radio Centro. ?With New Yorks WQXR going
> > for just a fraction of that, Schutz says it seems to be a continuation
> > of the downward trend in major market valuations.

> >http://www.redwaveradio.com/

> ***le, ***le. ***LE !

> So you rejoice that AM & FM Radio Stations
> are Failing in these Very Bad Economic Times.

> some how it figures - cause you are a
> 'free' over-the-air radio hater ~ RHF
> ?.- Hide quoted text -

> - Show quoted text -

We need IBOC to fail, especially on AM, which it seems to be doing on
it own. If it takes the failure of AM/FM analog radio to stop IBOC,
then so be it! LOL!
 
 
 

Oh, Eduardo - Major market FM prices keep falling!

Post by Brenda An » Fri, 17 Jul 2009 17:14:21




> > The New York Times will ultimately get $45 million as part of a three-
> > way deal in New York for Class B classical FM WQXR in the country s
> > largest market. From atop the Empire State Building, WQXR s signal
> > contour reaches 15,367,000 people, suggesting a station metric of only
> > $2.93 per-person a very low number even by recent historical
> > standards.

> > Appraiser David Schutz tells Inside Radio, It s still a painful pill
> > to swallow in the new reality. He believes it puts last year s two
> > much-talked about Los Angeles deals into perspective. Radio One sold
> > urban AC V-100 KKBT (100.3) to Bonneville for $137.5 million. More
> > recently Emmis struck a rent-to-own $110 million sale of rhythmic AC
> > Movin KVMN (96.9) to Grupo Radio Centro. With New York s WQXR going
> > for just a fraction of that, Schutz says it seems to be a continuation
> > of the downward trend in major market valuations.

> >http://www.redwaveradio.com/

> ***le, ***le. ***LE !

> So you rejoice that AM & FM Radio Stations
> are Failing in these Very Bad Economic Times.

> some how it figures - cause you are a
> 'free' over-the-air radio hater ~ RHF
> .- Hide quoted text -

> - Show quoted text -

We need IBOC to fail, especially on AM, which it seems to be doing on
it own. If it takes the failure of AM/FM analog radio to stop IBOC,
then so be it! LOL!

Radio is killing itself by sticking to an outdated programming idea. People
no longer want to put up with the limited selection on terrestrial OTA radio
and the pitiful playlists. Those are outmoded by new technology (mp3
players, net radio, etc.) and more and more of the listener base will drop
away over time. It's not just AM, though the industry is doing it's best to
kill the band.

 
 
 

Oh, Eduardo - Major market FM prices keep falling!

Post by dave » Fri, 17 Jul 2009 22:50:23


> The New York Times will ultimately get $45 million as part of a three-
> way deal in New York for Class B classical FM WQXR in the country s
> largest market.  From atop the Empire State Building, WQXR s signal
> contour reaches 15,367,000 people, suggesting a station metric of only
> $2.93 per-person a very low number even by recent historical
> standards.

> Appraiser David Schutz tells Inside Radio, It s still a painful pill
> to swallow in the new reality.   He believes it puts last year s two
> much-talked about Los Angeles deals into perspective. Radio One sold
> urban AC V-100 KKBT (100.3) to Bonneville for $137.5 million.   More
> recently Emmis struck a rent-to-own $110 million sale of rhythmic AC
> Movin KVMN (96.9) to Grupo Radio Centro.  With New York s WQXR going
> for just a fraction of that, Schutz says it seems to be a continuation
> of the downward trend in major market valuations.

> http://tinyurl.com/lpmd5j

Get the corporations out of broadcasting!
 
 
 

Oh, Eduardo - Major market FM prices keep falling!

Post by dave » Fri, 17 Jul 2009 22:52:44


> ***le, ***le. ***LE !

> So you rejoice that AM & FM Radio Stations
> are Failing in these Very Bad Economic Times.

> some how it figures - cause you are a
> 'free' over-the-air radio hater ~ RHF
>  .

The stations aren't failing.  The companies are failing at running them;
  big difference.  Radio is not a high margin business.  It is a labor
of love and must serve many communities.  Dwardo's approach is alien to
the medium, and has essentially killed it.
 
 
 

Oh, Eduardo - Major market FM prices keep falling!

Post by cuhu.. » Sat, 18 Jul 2009 09:43:07

Mississippi Outdoors program on tv right now.
Duck hunting in the Mississippi Delta.(Tallahatchie County)
The guy's Labrador Retriever's name is McGinnis.

Git em, McGinnis!
cuhulin

 
 
 

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Post by ~ RH » Sat, 18 Jul 2009 16:28:31




> > > The New York Times will ultimately get $45 million as part of a three-
> > > way deal in New York for Class B classical FM WQXR in the countrys
> > > largest market. ?From atop the Empire State Building, WQXRs signal
> > > contour reaches 15,367,000 people, suggesting a station metric of only
> > > $2.93 per-person a very low number even by recent historical
> > > standards.

> > > Appraiser David Schutz tells Inside Radio, Its still a painful pill
> > > to swallow in the new reality. ? He believes it puts last years two
> > > much-talked about Los Angeles deals into perspective. Radio One sold
> > > urban AC V-100 KKBT (100.3) to Bonneville for $137.5 million. ? More
> > > recently Emmis struck a rent-to-own $110 million sale of rhythmic AC
> > > Movin KVMN (96.9) to Grupo Radio Centro. ?With New Yorks WQXR going
> > > for just a fraction of that, Schutz says it seems to be a continuation
> > > of the downward trend in major market valuations.

> > >http://www.redwaveradio.com/

> > ***le, ***le. ***LE !

> > So you rejoice that AM & FM Radio Stations
> > are Failing in these Very Bad Economic Times.

> > some how it figures - cause you are a
> > 'free' over-the-air radio hater ~ RHF
> > ?.- Hide quoted text -

> > - Show quoted text -

- We need IBOC to fail, especially on AM,
- which it seems to be doing on it own.
- If it takes the failure of AM/FM analog radio
- to stop IBOC, then so be it! LOL!

***le, ***le. ***LE !

Killing the Patient because the Patient
has a Broken Arm is Absurd.

Set the Arm amd Let the Patien Live-On !

The Future of FREE Over-the-Air Radio
is FM HD-Radio and HD2 Channels.

Long Live FREE Over-the-Air AM & FM Radio
be it Analog or Digital ~ RHF
 .

 
 
 

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Post by cuhu.. » Sat, 18 Jul 2009 22:46:14

And then they went Fishing and then they went Deer hunting at Safari
Plantation in Greene County,Mississippi

www.devilfinder.com
Safari Plantation in Greene County Mississippi

The old Mississippi River Bridge at Greenville is going to be blown
down/demolished.
cuhulin