> > > 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
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- 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