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Woof Boom Radio to Acquire WKHL West Lafayette

Woof Boom Radio has agreed to acquire 6kW Christian WKHL-FM (106.7 MHz) West Lafayette, LA, from Educational Media Foundation (EMF) in a deal expected to close in late 2017. When completed, Woof Boom becomes a station group operating in three markets in Indiana and Ohio. WKHL will be run by Woof Boom Radio Lafayette Managing Partner Jim Stone.

Stone, a long-time radio veteran returns to Lafayette. He's the former Program Director, Operations Manager and air personality for a group of radio stations in Rockford, IL.

Stone said, "This is a rare opportunity to create a station from the ground up, and once we do, we will build it and then run it to serve the listeners of Lafayette."

"I worked with Jim Stone for nearly a decade. He is a natural leader and a great broadcaster," Woof Boom Radio President J Chapman remarked. "Jim, as part of our ownership group, will not only be invested in the community, but I know that he will work to make a difference in Lafayette."

The acquisition of WKHL follows last month's acquisition announcement by Woof Boom Radio of The Childers Media Group in Lima, OH.

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