Double O Radio

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Double O Radio
Industry radio broadcasting
Fate Merged with Townsquare Media in 2011
Founded 2003
Defunct 2011
Headquarters Charleston, South Carolina, U.S.
Key people Terry Bond (CEO) Bob Pittman
Products Mass media
Parent Pilot Group LLC

Double O Radio was a privately held media corporation with corporate headquarters in Charleston, South Carolina. At its peak, Double O Radio owned 28 radio stations in the United States.

On August 8, 2011, Double O announced it would merge with Townsquare Media and become part of the Oaktree Capital Management broadcast empire.

The Panama City, Florida and Columbia, South Carolina clusters were not part of the transaction, and continued to be held by Double O's parent company, Pilot Group LLC. The Panama City cluster would be spun off on April 11, 2012 to Iowa-based Powell Broadcasting for $950,000.[1][2] The Columbia stations would later be spun off to a local broadcaster, Hometown Columbia.

U.S. radio stations owned by Double O Radio[edit]

Central New York[edit]

  • WBKT 95.3 FM, Norwich
  • WCHN 970 AM, Norwich
  • WDLA 1270 AM, Walton
  • WDHI 100.3 FM, Delhi
  • WIYN 94.7 FM, Deposit
  • WKXZ 93.9 FM, Norwich
  • WZOZ 103.1 FM, Oneonta
  • WSRK 103.9 FM, Oneonta
  • WDOS 730 AM, Oneonta
  • WTBD 97.5 FM Delhi

Columbia, South Carolina[edit]

Panama City, Florida[edit]

Odessa-Midland, Texas[edit]

San Angelo, Texas[edit]

Missouri[edit]

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