Salem Might Be Selling More Stations

Salem Media Group is considering selling some of its non-core stations and assets, the company said this week. CEO Ed Atsinger said the Christian media and conservative talk-focused company has compiled a hit list of stations to potentially put on the block. But whether it would part with them depends on the prices today’s market would fetch.

“We’ve gone through our entire list of assets and we’ve identified those that are less strategic that we would be willing to sell,” Atsinger said Tuesday. “We’ve identified prices that would make sense for us; and if those properties can attract those kinds of prices, it’s very likely that we will do some sales.”

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