WGHQ will remain on the air after 12/31/13 after all. Owner Pamal is donating the station to Tri-State Public Communications, a non-profit group. And immediately, it's rumored that the station requires $20,000 in repairs, the cost of which will be shared by Kingston Community Radio and Tri-State. KCR runs a show mornings from 7-9AM. Originally the operation will be an LMA.
The official announcement about Kingston Community Radio was posted on their website (http://mykcr.org/
) on 12/29/13.
If WGHQ is worthless as a commercial radio station, what does that say about the value of WRKL?