Summit Sells Station

After failing to pass a 2.0 share of listeners for the last 20 months with its struggling adult contemporary format on WFYR-FM, Summit Broadcasting has sold the station for $19 million to Major Broadcasting. Summit bought WFYR for $21 million in June 1989. It was tied for 21st place with a 1.4 share in the last Arbitron survey.

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