Lotus Communications

Lotus Communications Corporation is a media company that owns numerous radio stations and a few TV stations, and is one of the largest privately owned radio station groups in the United States. Headquarters are located in Los Angeles, and the company's President and CEO is Howard Kalmenson.

Lotus Communications Corporation
TypePrivate
IndustryBroadcasting
Founded1962; 59 years ago (1962)
Headquarters
Key people
Howard Kalmenson (CEO)
Websitewww.lotuscorp.com

RadioEdit

As of November 2017, Lotus has a total of 34 stations in Arizona, California, and Nevada.

In August 2018, Lotus announced that it would acquire Scripps' Tucson and Boise clusters for $8 million. To comply with ownership limits due to its existing stations in Tucson, Lotus divested KQTH and KTGV.[1]

ArizonaEdit

TucsonEdit

CaliforniaEdit

Los AngelesEdit

BakersfieldEdit

FresnoEdit

SacramentoEdit

IdahoEdit

BoiseEdit

NevadaEdit

Las VegasEdit

RenoEdit

TelevisionEdit

All of Lotus' television stations are affiliated with Multimedios Television, Telemax & Mira TV.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Lotus Grabs Scripps' Stations In Two Markets". Radio & Television Business Report. 2018-08-07. Retrieved 2018-11-12.

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