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BEASLEY BROADCASTING - Beasley Broadcast Group, Inc. has proudly served listeners and advertisers in large and small communities across America since 1961. Today, with 42 radio stations (26 FM and 16 AM), Beasley Broadcast Group is "On Air" in ten large and mid-sized markets, ranging from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Miami, Florida to Augusta, Georgia.
BONNEVILLE BROADCASTING - Bonneville is a dynamic, diversified media company with television, radio, broadcasting, advertising, and satellite operations in some of the top markets across the country. The company is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah.
BUCKLEY RADIO - Currently, Buckley Radio owns and operates twenty radio stations in seven markets. In addition, the WOR Radio Network is operated as an independent syndicated programming provider with affiliates in over 400 markets.
CBS RADIO - INFINITY
BROADCASTING - CBS radio is one of the largest major-market
radio operators in the United States, with stations covering news,
alternative rock, country, FM talk, classic rock, oldies, JACK and
urban formats, among others. A division of CBS Corporation, CBS
RADIO operates 179 radio stations, the majority of which are in the
nation's top 50 markets. The overall mix of each radio station's
programming is designed to fit the station's specific format and
serve its local community.
CUMULUS - Cumulus Media Inc. owns and operates FM and AM radio station clusters serving mid-size markets throughout the United States. They are the second largest radio broadcasting company in the United States based on the number of stations owned or operated. According to Arbitron’s Market Report and data published by Miller Kaplan, they have assembled market-leading groups or clusters of radio stations that rank first or second in terms of revenue share or audience share in substantially all of our markets. As of March 31, 2004, they owned and operated 306 radio stations in 61 mid-sized U.S. media markets. In addition, they own and operate a multi-market network of five radio stations in the English-speaking Caribbean.
EMMIS - Emmis (the Hebrew
word for “truth”) went public in 1994 and now owns and operates
radio stations in the nation's largest markets, including: WRKS-FM
(98.7 KISS FM), WQHT-FM (HOT 97) and WQCD-FM (CD 101.9) in New York
City; KPWR-FM (Power 106) and KZLA-FM (Country 93.9) in Los Angeles;
and WKQX-FM (Q101) and WLUP-FM (The Loop) in Chicago.
ENTERCOM - Entercom owns
and operates a nationwide portfolio of radio stations. They operate
multi-station operations with leading positions in virtually all of
our markets, which includes many of the country’s top markets. These
markets include Boston, Seattle, Denver, Sacramento, Portland,
Kansas City, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, New Orleans, Norfolk, Buffalo,
Memphis, Providence, Greensboro, Rochester, Greenville/Spartanburg,
Madison, Wichita, Wilkes- Barre/Scranton and Gainesville/Ocala .
GREATER MEDIA - Greater
Media, founded in 1956 by two Yale classmates, is a privately owned
company with corporate headquarters in Braintree, Massachusetts.
From the ownership of a single radio station in Southbridge,
Massachusetts, Greater Media steadily and quietly built a
broad-based combination of successful communications companies,
spanning America from coast to coast. By the 1980’s, Greater Media’s
business included radio, cable television, printing, publishing, and
telecommunications operations. In 1999, the company sold its cable
business in order to focus more exclusively on its radio and
JEFFERSON PILOT, NOW LINCOLN
FINANCIAL - Lincoln Financial Media is a wholly owned subsidiary
of Lincoln National Corporation, an insurance and financial services
company. Beginning with its first radio station in 1934, Lincoln
Financial Media now boasts 18 radio stations, all in top 50 markets;
3 television stations in major southeastern markets including North
Carolina's first TV station; and Lincoln Financial Sports, a TV
production company that facilitates the broadcast of Atlantic Coast
Conference and Southeastern Conference football and basketball
throughout the Southeast.
REGENT BROADCASTING - A holding company in the radio broadcasting business. Regent was incorporated in Delaware in November 1996 by William L. Stakelin and Terry S. Jacobs with the objective of acquiring radio properties, primarily in medium and smaller radio markets, that have a history of growing revenues and broadcast cash flow, have capable operating management and are in communities with good growth prospects or have attractive competitive environments. Regent acquired its first radio station in 1997. Pending the close of all announced transactions, Regent will own and operate 64 stations (48 FM and 16 AM) clustered in 13 markets in Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, and Texas.
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