Stations For Sale

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NEW! Digital Low Power VHF TV Station located in the Palm Springs, CA market.  DMA Ranked #145 with 147,170 TV Homes.  Currently licensed and on the air with 300 watts from a temporary site.  Construction permit in hand to increase power to 3,000 watts from the same site (expires 11/7/21).  A new owner would be expected to re-locate the transmitter site and it is believed the primary local tower farm would be the best place to go.  The asking price is only $125,000, cash.  Two sub-channels are being used, but no revenue for now.  For details, contact MCH Enterprises, Inc.

NEW! FM Translator is located in upper New York State and licensed in the reserved (non-commercial) band. The asking price is only $15,000, cash and that’s pretty firm since it is so low. Contact MCH Enterprises with questions or to request a presentation.

PRICED REDUCED!  Southern California Desert Rated Market: Well-established AM with cross-service FM translator. The owner has decided it’s time to sell and pass the torch. The tower site is NOT included but may be purchased as a separate transaction or leased on reasonable terms and conditions.   A new owner will want to construct its own office/studio if desired. Asking Price reduced to $300,000.  As a separate item, the asking price for the tower site is $150,000 or it can be leased at $1,500 per month with 3% escalators.

BACK ON THE MARKET:  Non-Commercial FM with Translator: The primary FM is licensed to the reserved (non-commercial) band in the Pacific Northwest. The Translator is licensed in the non-reserved (commercial) band. Asking: $290,000. Contact MCH Enterprises for details.

OUTSTANDING VALUE!  Southern Oregon Coast combo with translator. Good revenue stream and good cashflow. Very effective NTR. Great quality of life. Asking price is $550,000 which is well worth it.  Super opportunity for owner/operator with strong sales and programming background. Seller financing may be available for the right Buyer with operating and financial bona fides and a strong down-payment. AM station has cross service FM translator and FM coverage is also extended via leased translator. Significant regional coverage to both Oregon and California cities. Non-disclosure required.

NEW! Oregon FM in nice small market. Pop count in excess of 160,000 in 60-dbu contour and over 127,000 in 70-dbu contour. Asking $195,000. Recently completed construction and needs a strong owner/operator with sales background and savvy. Office/studio will be up to a new owner. Non-disclosure required.

NEW!  NORTHERN CALIFORNIA COAST:  Established FM with re-transmission on non-fill-in translator. Asking $195,000. Beautiful place to live and be a part of the business community. Non-disclosure required.

CALIFORNIA SOUTH BAY AREA TRANSLATOR: Covers more than 800,000 people according to engineering, Longley-Rice studies. San Jose, California market. Tower site secured with reasonable lease rates. The translator is priced at only $.50 price per pop and the seller is inclined to consider terms for a qualified buyer. Asking price: $402,439.

Nevada FM Needs Sales-Marketing Oriented Buyer: The FM is located in central-eastern Nevada about half-way between Las Vegas and the Idaho border. The station is small market radio at its best with community involvement, live-local talent, and resident owners. Local competition consists of one AM station and an FM translator…that’s it! Asking $150,000. The owner has expressed a willingness to stay on if desired.  Contact MCH Enterprises for a presentation.

N. Central Oregon: Class C1 FM. Rural community suitable for a first-time acquisition. The asking price is $150,000 and Seller may be willing to carry terms depending on Buyer’s qualifications.

Colorado FM: licensed in one rated market with coverage in second rated market. Recently returned to air after hiatus per FCC STA. Class C1 facility with in-town office/studio and microwave STL. Longley-Rice coverage shows 563,813 people can receive a 54-dBu signal or greater. Asking price is $895,000 which works out to $1.59 Price Per Pop. Contact MCH Enterprises for further information: 805.769.8511 direct.  Tower site is NOT included but can be leased on reasonable terms.  For a package price, station and tower site, the asking would be $1.3M.

California Central Coast: Two FMs with virtually identical coverage. Co-located office/studio and co-located transmission facilities. Rated market. Excellent quality of life-style. Asking price is $495,000. Both to be sold together. All cash offers preferred. In the book – no details. Contact MCH Enterprises for details.


SALE PENDING!  Oregon Coast FM with FM-1 Booster: Beautiful area and good retail trade. Nice layout, room to grow and established goodwill. The Asking Price is $150,000. All-cash or cash to existing loan (estimated loan balance at closing: $75,000). Mezzanine financing may be a possibility depending on buyer qualifications.

SOLD WITH FCC ASSIGNMENT PENDING! Montana Class C1: This construction permit had limited time left; expiration date was November 4, 2018 and the construction date was met from a short stick at reduced power. The original authorization was for a Class C1 facility with 85kw at 314 meters HAAT. The asking price was only $7,500. Contact MCH Enterprises with questions.

SOLD AND CLOSED!  Central California Valley AM w/Translator:  $300,000, all-cash preferred but all offers welcome.  Tower site and office/studio building included.  Real estate assessed at over $200K.  Obviously a very motivated Seller.  Translator was the result of last year’s 250-mile mod filing window. Translator is now licensed with low power and a CP to modify the translator antenna to the top of the AM tower at 250 watts has been granted.