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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by MChase2017 View Post
    If they figure out how to make that trick work......let me know the secret! Ha!
    Imagine the ghost of Victor Diaz buying his stations back.
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  2. #12
    If KSOQ gets spun off let's say too Cumulus just a long shot I'm guessing here. Well they buy more stations in this market.

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by dvdnjr91 View Post
    If KSOQ gets spun off let's say too Cumulus just a long shot I'm guessing here. Well they buy more stations in this market.
    I can't say for sure, of course, but I don't think Cumulus has the resources to buy any station in San Diego. They're at the brink of having to sell stations to stay afloat. As I understand it, they have a $2-billion dollar debt to service, and their common stock is trading well below the $1 level, $1 being the minimum to stay listed in NASDQ Global Markets. Recently, they had to do a reverse stock split in order to prevent delisting and to raise the share price to above $1 and now here they are again, trading well below $1. That corporation is not well.

  4. #14
    Even if corporate debt were not an issue, why would Cumulus want a stand-alone Class A rimshot signal like KSOQ? Cumulus has no San Diego stations. Seems more likely KSOQ would go to Salem, which owns two AM's in S.D. that could benefit from even a small FM signal. Or possibly Crawford. It could simulcast AM 1240, which is less than 1kw and doesn't get to North County well.
    Last edited by Signal Geek; 03-26-2017 at 12:57 PM.

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