For what it’s worth.

Since the beginning of time, the Holy Grail for radio owners has been a radio station in Florida, California, or some other United States vacation paradise. Alas, many a radio owner has run aground pursuing that goal. It turns out—who knew?—that such stations don’t always do very well, especially under an absentee-ownership situation. (My father learned that lesson the hard way with an ill-fated investment in the station in Bradenton, Florida many years ago.) So I was particularly interested in the fact that an FM station on Maui just sold for all of $1000. (No, I didn’t leave any zeros off.) Best of luck to the purchaser, Hochman Hawaii Four, Inc.