Philadelphia-based Main Line Broadcasting President Dan Savadove said in an interview Wednesday he does not anticipate any programming or staffing changes at the five Dame Broadcasting stations in the Tri-State area he acquired for $22.5 million on May 19.
"This will be an evolution, not a revolution," Savadove said. "We're starting this radio group, this is our first acquisition. We think this is a great initial acquisition because, as you know, it's in a growth market."
About eight months ago, Savadove signed an agreement with Arlington Capital Partners to acquire new stations under Main Line Broadcasting. He became familiar with Dame while managing WNNK 104 in Harrisburg, Pa., and worked through Dame's broker to buy the stations.