Teeple Returns as Voice of the Bobcats on KLXX

BISMARCK, ND – The Bismarck Bobcats announced that Paul Teeple will be returning to Bismarck-Mandan to serve as Director of Broadcasting and Media Relations for the upcoming 2014-15 season. Teeple, 32, served in the same capacity from 2009 through 2013. “Coming back to North Dakota feels a lot like coming home,” confirmed Teeple, who has…

Riverfront Buys KZKK

SIOUX FALLS, SD — Riverfront Broadcasting, LLC will purchase Huron outlet KZKK-FM “Z-105.1” from Dakota Communications for $300,000. The sale will leave Dakota Communications with remaining Huron properties KOKK-AM, KIJV-AM, KJRV-FM, and a construction permit for translator K237EL/95.3 FM. KZKK joins Riverfront’s cluster of South Dakota stations KCCR-AM and KLXS-FM in Pierre, KORN-AM and KQRN-FM…

KDKT Joins The Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks Team

BISMARCK, ND — North Dakota’s only professional baseball team, The Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks, will be expanding their broadcast coverage this season, as the franchise joins the lineup on DSN Radio’s Sports Radio outlet KDKT. Starting this weekend KDKT, which serves the Bismarck market and surrounding areas in western North Dakota, will simulcast games fed from “740…

HomeSlice Buys 2 AMs in Rapid City Area

RAPID CITY, SD — HomeSlice Media Group, LLC has announced it will purchase of KKLS-AM and KBHB-AM from Rushmore Media, a wholly owned subsidiary of Schurz Communications, Inc for $650,000. Schurz needs to divest two stations in order to come into Federal Communications Commission (FCC) ownership compliance, following their recent acquisition of KOTA-TV and other…

Digity Buys Three Eagles Communications

RAPID CITY, SD — Dean Goodman’s Digity LLC has agreed to purchase Three Eagles Communications, which owns and operates 48 stations in Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota, and South Dakota. “Digity is on-air, online, on-demand, on-location, and on-the-go. It connects today’s busy consumers with content they want, people they trust, products they enjoy, and things that matter.…

Real Presence Radio Closes on KZTW-FM

WILLISTON, ND — The heart of the North Dakota oil patch adds a new radio signal, as the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), has granted Real Presence Radio permission to purchase KZTW/Tioga from L.Topaz Enterprises for $175.000. The Construction permit in the deal is for the frequency of 104.1 FM, which is most likely to carry…