West Michigan TV Station For Sale
Hundreds of channels, but STILL, nothing on worth watching?
Soon, you may only be able to blame yourself.
A West Michigan TV station is up for sale.
The owner of Muskegon’s WMKG is preparing for retirement and is ready to sell his station. The asking price? $300,000.
Grbj.com has more:
The station currently airs original and network programming 24 hours a day, seven days per week. Content includes local talk shows, local sports, family programs, local church services, satellite movies and programs from affiliated networks including Warner Brothers Network, America One, World Harvest Network and The Sportsman Channel.
The station’s signal reaches an audience in Muskegon, Ottawa, Oceana and parts of Kent counties, and could be enhanced to reach at least 90 percent of Kent.
Buy a TV station? Sounds like fun!
The first thing I’d do with my own station is broadcast all of the Detroit Tigers spring training games. Then we’d move into episodes of MacGyver and Twin Peaks. The rest of the day would be filled with recordings of The Great Daryl Nathan! Remember him?
Contracts and licensing deals? They just take care of themselves in my dream world.
What would YOU do with your own TV station?