Indiana RadioWatch: January 5, 2002

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Natalee Kohls exits as Promotions Director at Federated Media's WMEE/WONO/WOWO/WQHK.

Chris Cage removes "interim" and is now middays at Hot AC/WMEE (97.3fm, Fort Wayne).


Artistic Media purchases Classic Rock/WZOW (97.7fm, Goshen) and Religious/WGTC (102.3fm, New Carlisle). WZOW was purchased from VanHawke-Johnson Communications, while WGTC was bought from Summit Radio, Inc.

An LPTV displacement as WKGK-LP (Channel 48, Kokomo) moves to Channel 50.


Hoosier Broadcasting amends their application for the 89.1fm open slot in Cloverdale. The change involves a move from Class B1 to Class B and a power change from 22kW to 49kW ERP, along with 25 watts Horizontal. This application comes with a change in directional pattern - the new pattern aims north while the previously applied for pattern aimed south and west-northwest. This change allows Bethel Baptist Church to provide service to Linton on 89.3fm (Bethel's previous application was for 88.9fm), and it also allows Good Samaritan's application on 88.9fm in Oolitic and Calvary Chapel's application on 89.1fm in Ladoga to proceed.

Where Are They Now: Former Then-Alternative/WEDJ (107.1fm, Danville) MD/Afternoon guy Scott "Tez" Sanford is now APD/MD at KRZQ in Reno, Nevada.


N-T/WULF (94.3fm, Hardinsburg, Kentucky) is sold by Terry Forcht's Key Broadcasting, Inc. to Billy & Marilyn Evans' Skytower Communications, Inc. for $1.15 million.

That's it for this issue. See you in a week!

Blaine Thompson
Indiana RadioWatch
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