On the auction block: College radio sales and transfers

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College radio stations across the U.S. at both public and private universities have  been sold, are under consideration for sale or have been transferred from student stations to non-student operation. Here is a list.

  • KAUR, Augustana College, still owned by Augustana but being operated by Minnesota Public Radio
  • KTRU, Rice University, sold to University of Houston for use as public radio station
  • KTXT, Texas Tech University, still owned by Texas Tech but control transferred to public station KOHM
  • KWJC, William Jewell College, leasing airwaves to Air-1
  • WCAL, St. Olaf College, sold to Minnesota Public Radio
  • WDYN, Tennessee Temple University, sold to Charlotte Radio Group
  • WJHU, Johns Hopkins University
  • WNAZ, Trevecca Nazarene University, sold to Bott Broadcasting
  • WRVU, Vanderbilt University, leasing airwaves to Nashville Public Radio– paperwork for sale has not yet been submitted to FCC
  • WXEL, Barry University, sold to Classical South Florida
  • KUSF, University of San Francisco, leasing airwaves to Classical Public Radio Network– FCC still investigating and has not yet approved potential sale
  • WAWL (now WJBP), Chattanooga State Technical Community College, sold to Family Life Radio Network
  • WJMF, Bryant University, leasing airwaves to WGBH for use by its classical station

– Daniel Reimold and Jennifer Waits