West Michigan: Newsmakers May 1, 2007




Grand Haven Tribune:

Grand Haven radio station WGHN (92.1 FM and 1370 AM) is being sold to a Lansing man. WGHN Inc. President and General Manager Bill Struyk announced Monday that he and Vice President Ron Mass are selling their stock to Will Tieman, who owns the Spartan Sports Network and does the play-by-play for Michigan State University men's basketball radio broadcasts. Struyk, 68, and Mass, 59, are currently the only shareholders of WGHN Inc. They bought out four other shareholders in the business in 1997. "It's time retire," Struyk said. "I will be 69 in June, and Ron is ready to hang it up soon, too." The application for transfer of control was filed with the Federal Communications Commission on Thursday... WGHN radio being sold to Lansing man (Tue, 5/1)

Muskegon Chronicle:

Officials at Grand Haven radio station WGHN (92.1 FM, 1370 AM) announced Monday that the station is being sold to Lansing-area broadcaster Will Tieman. WGHN owners Bill Struyk and Ron Mass said the purchase, which was filed Thursday with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in Washington, D.C., will take 60-90 days to complete... Local radio station sold to Lansing firm Tue, 5/1)


Tieman Buys WGHN/Grand Haven, MI
WILLIAM STRUYK and RONALD MASS are selling their stock in WGHN INC., licensee of AC simulcast WGHN-A & F/GRAND HAVEN-MUSKEGON, MI, to MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY football broadcaster WILL TIEMAN for $1.15 million. (Mon, 4/30)







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