(AUDIO) Inside the Wilson/Ingstad $9 Million Deal
When you speak with Jim Ingstad or Larry Wilson, it's hard to keep track of the number of times they say the words live and local. When it comes to the radio stations they operate, that's what they are all about. In fact, Wilson named his latest company, which closed on Triad Broadcasting this week, L&L for Live and Local. Wilson sold the Fargo cluster he had just purchased from Triad to Ingstad for $9 million. Ingstad had just sold his Fargo cluster to Duke Wright, another great live and local broadcaster. Ingstad told Radio Ink last night he loves radio in Fargo, North Dakota. He also told us how much fun it was doing business with two great broadcasters that he had never met before, Larry Wilson and Duke Wright. And, how excited he is about the future of radio. Live and local radio, that is. LISTEN HERE
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I have had the pleasure of consulting Jim Ingstad's stations, including the Mighty 790 KFGO, for the past five years. Jim sets the pace for still doing radio right. Live and Local. Investing in great people and treating them right. A strong commitment to news and touching the community. Jim shows his class by talking about the friendly rivalry he will have with the new owner of the KFGO group of stations in Fargo, Duke Wright. The future of radio is lucky to have them both.
|- Jon Quick|
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