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List of radio stations owned by iHeartMedia

The following is a list of radio stations currently owned by iHeartMedia. Of these stations, 448 of the stations which are outside the Top 100 DMA markets, plus another 91 stations which may or may not be in the top 100 DMAs are for sale. The TV stations formerly owned by Clear Channel were sold to Providence Equity Partners, a private equity firm, on April 23, 2007, with the deal closing in late November 2007. 185 radio stations were to have been sold to GoodRadio.TV LLC until the sale fell apart over financing.,[1][2] and another 177 stations have been sold to other entities.[3] Another 201 stations are up for sale.[4]

Contents

  • Radio stations 1
    • Alabama 1.1
    • Alaska 1.2
    • Arizona 1.3
    • Arkansas 1.4
    • California 1.5
    • Colorado 1.6
    • Connecticut 1.7
    • Delaware 1.8
    • District of Columbia 1.9
    • Florida 1.10
    • Georgia 1.11
    • Hawaii 1.12
    • Illinois 1.13
    • Indiana 1.14
    • Iowa 1.15
    • Kansas 1.16
    • Kentucky 1.17
    • Louisiana 1.18
    • Maryland 1.19
    • Massachusetts 1.20
    • Michigan 1.21
    • Minnesota 1.22
    • Mississippi 1.23
    • Missouri 1.24
    • Nebraska 1.25
    • Nevada 1.26
    • New Hampshire 1.27
    • New Jersey 1.28
    • New Mexico 1.29
    • New York 1.30
    • North Carolina 1.31
    • North Dakota 1.32
    • Ohio 1.33
    • Oklahoma 1.34
    • Oregon 1.35
    • Pennsylvania 1.36
    • Rhode Island 1.37
    • South Carolina 1.38
    • Tennessee 1.39
    • Texas 1.40
    • Utah 1.41
    • Virginia 1.42
    • Washington 1.43
    • West Virginia 1.44
    • Wisconsin 1.45
    • Satellite radio stations 1.46
      • United States only 1.46.1
  • Notes 2
  • References 3

Radio stations

Alabama

Auburn

Birmingham

Gadsden

Huntsville

Mobile

Montgomery

Tuscaloosa

Alaska

Anchorage

Fairbanks

Arizona

Phoenix

Tucson

Arkansas

Fayetteville

Fort Smith

Little Rock

California

Bakersfield

Fresno

Lancaster/Antelope Valley

Los Angeles

Modesto/Stockton

Monterey

Riverside/San Bernardino

Sacramento

San Diego

San Francisco

Colorado

Colorado Springs

  • KCSJ – News/Talk
  • KDZA-FM – Oldies
  • KIBT – Hip-Hop and R&B
  • KKLI – Soft rock
  • KPHT – Classic hits
  • KVUU – Hot Adult contemporary

Denver

  • KBCO – Adult Alternative
  • KBPI – Rock
  • KHOW – News/Talk
  • KKZN – News/Talk
  • KPTT – Top 40
  • KOA – News/Talk
  • KRFX – Classic rock
  • KTCL – Adult Alternative

Fort Collins

Pueblo

Connecticut

Hartford

New Haven

Delaware

Wilmington (Part of Philadelphia area)

District of Columbia

Washington

Florida

Fort Myers/Naples

Fort Pierce

Jacksonville

Melbourne

Miami/Fort Lauderdale

Orlando

Panama City

Pensacola

Punta Gorda

Tampa/Bradenton/Sarasota/Venice

Tallahassee

Vero Beach

West Palm Beach

Georgia

Albany

Atlanta

Augusta

Brunswick

Columbus

LaGrange

Macon

Newnan

Savannah

West Point

Hawaii

Honolulu

Illinois

Chicago

Indiana

Indianapolis

Iowa

Ames

Cedar Rapids

  • KKSY-FM – 96.5 – New country
  • KKRQ – 100.7 – Classic rock
  • KMJM – 1360 – Classic country
  • KXIC – 800 – News/Talk
  • KOSY-FM – 95.7 – Top-40
  • WMT – 600 – News/Talk

Davenport

Des Moines

Kansas

Wichita

Kentucky

Lexington

Louisville

Somerset

Louisiana

Baton Rouge

New Orleans

Maryland

Baltimore

Ocean City

Massachusetts

Boston

Cape Cod

Worcester

Springfield

Michigan

Detroit

Grand Rapids

Muskegon

Minnesota

Twin Cities

Rochester

Mississippi

Biloxi

Hattiesburg

Jackson

Missouri

St. Louis

Springfield

Nebraska

Omaha

Nevada

Las Vegas

New Hampshire

Manchester

Portsmouth

New Jersey

Newark (part of New York City area)

Sussex

New Mexico

Albuquerque

Farmington

Gallup

Thoreau (Part of the Gallup area)

New York

Albany/Schenectady/Troy

Binghamton

New York City

Poughkeepsie/Kingston

Rochester

Syracuse

North Carolina

Asheville

Charlotte

Greensboro

Ocean Isle Beach

Raleigh

North Dakota

Bismarck

Dickinson

Grand Forks

Minot

Ohio

Ashland

Akron/Canton

Chillicothe

Cincinnati

Cleveland

Columbus

Dayton

Defiance

Lima

Marion

Napoleon (Part of the Defiance area)

Springfield (Part of the Dayton area)

Toledo

Washington Court House (Part of the Chillicothe area)

Youngstown

Oklahoma

Oklahoma City

Tulsa

Oregon

Portland

Pennsylvania

Allentown

Harrisburg

  • WHKF-FM Rhythmic-leaning Top 40 – 99.3
  • WHP News/Talk – 580
  • WRBT-FM Country – 94.9
  • WRVV-FM Rock and Roll – 97.3

Lancaster/Harrisburg

Philadelphia

Pittsburgh

Reading

Williamsport

Rhode Island

Providence

South Carolina

Charleston

Columbia

Florence

Greenville

Kingstree

Myrtle Beach

Tennessee

Chattanooga

Memphis

Nashville

Texas

Austin

Beaumont

Bryan

Corpus Christi

Dallas-Fort Worth

El Paso

Houston

Killeen (Part of the Waco area)

McAllen

San Antonio

Waco

Utah

Salt Lake City/Provo area

Virginia

Norfolk/Virginia Beach

Richmond

Winchester

Washington

Seattle-Tacoma

Spokane

West Virginia

Charles Town

  • WMRE (operated from Winchester, Virginia)

Huntington

Parkersburg

Wheeling

Wisconsin

Eau Claire

Milwaukee

Madison

Satellite radio stations

United States only

Notes

References

  1. ^ http://www.bismarcktribune.com/articles/2007/05/05/news/local/132954.txt
  2. ^
  3. ^ [1]
  4. ^ [2]
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