Ever wanted to be a real TV mogul? As long as you don’t mind a little winter weather, Channel 38 in Muskegon, Michigan can be yours, for an opening bid of $550,000. (or perhaps less, the seller is motivated).

Not only a TV mogul, you’d practically be a TV monopolist (well, at least to the few folks who have only really bad analog antennas) since it’s the only local analog broadcast station!

For such a modest sum, the details are almost an afterthought, but here they are:

This is a full Television Station for sale.This broadcast from a 200 ft tower not shown. The 200 ft tower does not go with the sale but the antenna and all equipment does.

It has the license and the property. It is operating on channel 38 in Muskegon, Michigan. It also is on the area Comcast Cable system and several smaller cables throughout the city.

The station broadcasts to Muskegon County, Oceana County, Ottawa County and parts of Kent County.

It has been on the air since 1990.

The property, license and equipment are being sold as a unit. The station is operating 24 hours a day. It has not conformed to digital yet but has a construction permit that goes with the sale for digital 49.

The construction permit is good for six months with a renewal of an additional 6 months.

Owner wants to retire south.

Additional information is available upon request. Please call 231 733-4040  This station has a newer transmitter and over $100,000.00 in other equipment. All studio and editing equipment also comes with it. It is on thea air 24 hours a day.

When you add a digital transmitter you can also add several more broadcast channels.

This was priced at 1 million dollars before. This is priced to sell. The digital channel and the analog can both stay on the air. It is the only local broadcast station in this area.


via Ebay

Posted by:TV By The Numbers

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