LeSEA confirms sale of WDOW AM to Langford

Published 5:10 am Wednesday, January 3, 2007

By Staff
NILES – LeSEA Broadcasting Corporation of South Bend, Ind., confirmed Tuesday they are selling WDOW 1440 AM to Larry Langford of Chicago, the owner of WGTO in Cassopolis.
In a released statement, Angela Sumrall, public relations coordinator for LeSEA Broadcasting, said the Dowagiac AM studio was being sold, but the FM counterpart will remain in LeSEA's ownership.
"LeSEA Broadcasting Corporation is pleased to be a part of the southwestern Michigan family and would like to assure its listeners of WHPD 92.1 FM (formerly WDOW FM), that the station will remain with LeSEA Broadcasting despite the sale of its sister station WDOW 1440 AM to Mr. Larry Langford," Sumrall said in the statement.
WHPD broadcasts 24 hours of contemporary Christian music with news, weather and sports updates. In addition to WHPD FM, LeSEA Broadcasting also broadcasts programming to the Michiana community through Pulse FM 92.1 FM, WHME 103.1 FM and WHME TV- 46.