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August 4, 1995 | THOMAS S. MULLIGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
And the broadcast deals keep on coming. In what it billed as the largest radio transaction in history, Chancellor Broadcasting Co. of Dallas on Thursday agreed to pay $395 million for Burbank-based Shamrock Broadcasting Inc., whose most prominent investor is Roy E. Disney. However, to call the Chancellor-Shamrock deal a record-setter is to overlook that two even bigger radio groups are changing hands with Walt Disney Co.'s proposed acquisition of Capital Cities/ABC Inc.
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BUSINESS
October 18, 1994
Premiere Radio Networks Inc., a Sherman Oaks supplier of syndicated radio programming, said it has agreed to sell its radio station KZDG-FM in Denver to Shamrock Broadcasting Inc. for $5.5 million in cash. Burbank-based Shamrock Broadcasting is owned by Shamrock Holdings Inc., a privately held company controlled by Roy E. Disney and his family, and Trefoil Capital Investors L.P., also of Burbank. Roy E. Disney is the nephew of Walt Disney.
BUSINESS
October 18, 1994
Premiere Radio Networks Inc., a Sherman Oaks supplier of syndicated radio programming, said it has agreed to sell its radio station KZDG-FM in Denver to Shamrock Broadcasting Inc. for $5.5 million in cash. Burbank-based Shamrock Broadcasting is owned by Shamrock Holdings Inc., a privately held company controlled by Roy E. Disney and his family, and Trefoil Capital Investors L.P., also of Burbank. Roy E. Disney is the nephew of Walt Disney.
BUSINESS
August 3, 1993
Investor Roy E. Disney completed the previously announced purchase of Malrite Communications Group Inc.'s radio operations in a stock swap valued at more than $300 million. Acquiring Cleveland-based Malrite gives Disney's Shamrock Broadcasting Inc. in Burbank 21 radio stations, making Shamrock one of the largest radio-station owners in the nation. Shamrock Broadcasting is a unit of Shamrock Holdings, a private company principally owned by Disney and Trefoil Capital Investors L.P.
BUSINESS
November 9, 1993
Shamrock Broadcasting Inc., a Burbank radio station operator, said it has tentatively agreed to sell its Cleveland radio stations, WHK-AM and WMMS-FM, to Hirsch Holdings of Cleveland Inc. Terms of the proposed transaction were not disclosed. Shamrock Broadcasting is owned by Shamrock Holdings Inc., a privately held company controlled by Roy E. Disney and his family, and Trefoil Capital Investors L.P. of Burbank. Roy E. Disney is the nephew of Walt Disney.
BUSINESS
August 4, 1995 | THOMAS S. MULLIGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
And the broadcast deals keep on coming. In what it billed as the largest radio transaction in history, Chancellor Broadcasting Co. of Dallas on Thursday agreed to pay $395 million for Burbank-based Shamrock Broadcasting Inc., whose most prominent investor is Roy E. Disney. However, to call the Chancellor-Shamrock deal a record-setter is to overlook that two even bigger radio groups are changing hands with Walt Disney Co.'s proposed acquisition of Capital Cities/ABC Inc.
BUSINESS
March 12, 1993 | JAMES BATES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Investor Roy E. Disney on Thursday agreed to buy the radio operations of Marlite Communications Group in a stock swap valued at more than $300 million. The nine-station deal will make his Shamrock Broadcasting one of the largest radio station owners in the nation. The acquisition of the Cleveland-based company, which requires regulatory approval, will give Shamrock 21 radio stations, including local country stations KZLA-FM and KLAC-AM.
BUSINESS
March 28, 1995
Premiere Radio Networks Inc., a Sherman Oaks-based producer of radio programming, said it has completed the sale of its FM radio station in Denver to Shamrock Broadcasting Inc. for $5.5 million in cash. Steve Lehman, chief executive of Premiere, said the company has already used a portion of the proceeds to repay a $1.9-million bank loan, reducing the company's total long-term debt to about $2 million.
BUSINESS
November 9, 1993
Shamrock Broadcasting Inc., a Burbank radio station operator, said it has tentatively agreed to sell its Cleveland radio stations, WHK-AM and WMMS-FM, to Hirsch Holdings of Cleveland Inc. Terms of the proposed transaction were not disclosed. Shamrock Broadcasting is owned by Shamrock Holdings Inc., a privately held company controlled by Roy E. Disney and his family, and Trefoil Capital Investors L.P. of Burbank. Roy E. Disney is the nephew of Walt Disney.
BUSINESS
August 3, 1993
Investor Roy E. Disney completed the previously announced purchase of Malrite Communications Group Inc.'s radio operations in a stock swap valued at more than $300 million. Acquiring Cleveland-based Malrite gives Disney's Shamrock Broadcasting Inc. in Burbank 21 radio stations, making Shamrock one of the largest radio-station owners in the nation. Shamrock Broadcasting is a unit of Shamrock Holdings, a private company principally owned by Disney and Trefoil Capital Investors L.P.
BUSINESS
March 12, 1993 | JAMES BATES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Investor Roy E. Disney on Thursday agreed to buy the radio operations of Marlite Communications Group in a stock swap valued at more than $300 million. The nine-station deal will make his Shamrock Broadcasting one of the largest radio station owners in the nation. The acquisition of the Cleveland-based company, which requires regulatory approval, will give Shamrock 21 radio stations, including local country stations KZLA-FM and KLAC-AM.
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