We purchased the broadcast license for WSCG-TV in Savannah GA from FCC bankruptcy court in 2017. Our original plan was to operate the business as a conventional tv station, but we found better success in building out the station and selling it.
Following this model, we acquired the low power (LPTV) licenses for Beaufort, Savannah, Charleston and Myrtle Beach, and Dover, Delaware. We built out the stations and sold them in 2020 and found a niche business in the television industry. Our new business model is to find and develop under-performing assets (LPTV licenses and Construction Permits), and to provide engineering support and equipment for other broadcasters.
Our extensive network of high-level contacts within the broadcast community is a unique contributor to our success.
Thursday, May 27, 2021:
Lowcountry 34 Media purchases twenty unbuilt low power television stations from Landover 2, LLC.
Friday, May 21, 2021:
Lowcountry 34 Media purchases nine unbuilt low power television stations; seven from DTV America Corporation, one from HC2 Broadcasting License, Inc. and one from HC2 Station Group, Inc.
30+ years experience in television broadcast engineering.
We offer equipment, installation, engineering and tower crew management.
As innovators in wireless technologies, Wave manufacturers wireless camera systems for television broadcasters, sports and event venues, tv & film production. Wave was established in 2008, however most of these people have worked together in previous Winemiller entities since 1998.
As our very first company (more than 20 years old), Microwave Rental is an umbrella which handles all activities not specifically assigned to another entity. MR owns real estate, vehicles, about $100k in capital equipment and inventory. Inventory turnover is close to 100% per year. Annual revenue varies widely, depending on the number and value of projects run through this company.