The Finch Formerly Known As Gold

16 May 2006

Perry continues to grow

Russell M. Perry, publisher of the Black Chronicle in Oklahoma City, started out with one radio station: a thousand-watt AM daytimer.

He's now picking up his eleventh: KACO (98.5 FM) in Apache, which he's buying from a Dallas group and converting to a country format. Perry owns his own tower facilities northwest of Anadarko, where he will likely move the KACO signal once the sale is completed; this is the same transmitter site used for Perry's flagship KVSP, licensed to Anadarko/Oklahoma City.

The Perry broadcast group includes two stations in Oklahoma City, two in Tulsa, three in Duncan and three in Lawton.

Posted at 9:21 AM to Overmodulation

3 in Duncan?!?!?!? Isn't that pretty much the entire market there ?

Posted by: Bobbert at 12:51 PM on 16 May 2006

Just about, though it's possible to pick up stations from Marlow, Grandfield and Lawton.

(KDDQ is actually licensed to Comanche.)

Posted by: CGHill at 1:36 PM on 16 May 2006