Max Media

Max Media
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Max Media is a company that owns radio and television stations throughout the United States. It is based out of Virginia Beach, Virginia.

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History

Max Media was founded in 2001. Prior to this, some of the company's management had run the TVX Broadcast Group from 1979 until its sale to Paramount Communications (who renamed it the Paramount Stations Group) in 1991, and Max Media Properties (similarly named to the current company) from then until its sale to the Sinclair Broadcast Group (which owned some former TVX stations) in 1998.

Max Media-owned stations

Television stations

City of license/Market Station Channel Owned Since Affiliation
Arecibo, Puerto Rico WMEI1 60 (14) 2005 Mega TV
Billings, Montana KULR-TV 8 (11) 2004 NBC
Butte - Bozeman, Montana KWYB 18 (19) 2001 ABC
Fox/MyNetworkTV (DT2)
Bowling Green, Kentucky WNKY 40 (16) 2003 NBC
CBS (DT2)
Great Falls, Montana KFBB-TV 5 (8) 2004 ABC
Fox (DT2)
Helena, Montana KHBB-LD
(satellite of KFBB-TV)
21 2004 ABC
Fox (DT2)
Mayagüez, Puerto Rico WOST1
(satellite of WMEI)
16 (22) 2005 Mega TV
Miles City, Montana KYUS-TV2
(satellite of KULR-TV)
3 2 NBC
Missoula, Montana KTMF 23 2001 ABC
Fox (DT2)
Ponce, Puerto Rico WQQZ-CA1
(satellite of WMEI)
33 2005 Mega TV
Quebradillas, Puerto Rico WWKQ-LP1
(satellite of WMEI)
26 2005 Mega TV
Waterville - Portland, Maine WPFO1 23 2003 Fox

Footnotes:

  • 1 These stations are owned by Corporate Media Consultants Group, which Max Media holds a 49 percent stake in.
  • 2 This station is owned by Marks Radio Group and controlled by Max Media.

Radio stations

AM Stations FM Stations
Market Station Owned Since Current Format
Cape Girardeau, Missouri KCGQ-FM-99.3 2004 Active rock
KEZS-FM-102.9 2004 Country music
KGKS-93.9 2004 Hot adult contemporary
KGIR-1220 2004 Sports radio
KZIM-960 2004 News/talk
Denver, Colorado KDHT-FM-107.1 2009 Contemporary hit radio
KJHM-101.5 2009 Rhythmic oldies
Elizabeth City, North Carolina WCMS-FM-94.5 2003 Country music
WCXL-104.1 2003 Hot adult contemporary
WGAI-560 2003 News/talk
Marion - Carbondale, Illinois WCIL-FM-101.5 2004 Contemporary hit radio
WOOZ-FM-99.9 2004 Country
WUEZ-95.1 2004 Adult contemporary
WXLT-103.5 2004 Sports radio
WCIL-1120 2004 News/talk
WJPF-1340 2004 News/talk
Morrilton, Arkansas KVOM-FM-101.7 2003 Country music
KVOM-800 2003 Sports radio
Norfolk - Virginia Beach - Newport News WGH-FM-97.3 2005 Country music
WVBW-92.9 2005 Adult hits
WVHT-100.5 2005 Contemporary hit radio
WVSP-FM-94.1 2005 Sports radio
WGH-1310 2005 Urban contemporary gospel
Poplar Bluff, Missouri KJEZ-95.5 2004 Active rock
KKLR-FM-94.5 2004 Country music
KWOC-930 2004 News/talk
Russellville - Dardanelle, Arkansas KCJC-102.3 2003 Country music
KVLD-99.3 2003 Oldies
KWKK-100.9 2003 Adult contemporary
KCAB-980 2003 News/talk
Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania WFYY-106.5 2003 Adult contemporary
WVSL-FM-92.3 2003 Sports radio
WWBE-98.3 2003 Country music
WYGL-FM-100.5 2003 Country music
WVSL-1240 2003 Sports radio
Sikeston, Missouri KLSC-92.9 2004 Classic hits
KMAL-1470 2004 Sports radio
KSIM-1400 2004 News/talk

Former Max Media-owned stations

City of license/Market Station Channel Years Owned Current affiliation/owner
Christiansted, U.S. Virgin Islands WVIF1 15 2003-2009 defunct, went silent in 2009
Great Falls, Montana KTGF 16 (45) 2001-2004 Silent station owned by RGW Investments
Nacogdoches - Tyler - Longview - Jacksonville, Texas KYTX 19 (18) 2003-2008 CBS affiliate owned by London Broadcasting Company
Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan WGTQ
(satellite of WGTU)
8 2003-2008 ABC affiliate owned by Tucker Broadcasting
(operated by Barrington Broadcasting)
Traverse City, Michigan WGTU 29 2003-2008 ABC affiliate owned by Tucker Broadcasting
(operated by Barrington Broadcasting)

Footnotes:

  • 1 WVIF was owned by Corporate Media Consultants Group, which Max Media holds a 49 percent stake in.

References

External links


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