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Noalmark Broadcasting Corporation (870)-862-7777 is a radio and media company based in El Dorado, Arkansas. The company was founded by William C. Nolan, Jr. (now deceased.) Current Executive Vice President Edwin B. Alderson, Jr. along with El Dorado car dealer Russell Marks (now deceased) also assisted in starting the company in 1970.
Noalmark owns and / or operates radio stations in two states, Arkansas & New Mexico. The Officers are William C. Nolan, III, President, Diane N. Landen, Executive Vice President, Anna M. Canterbury, Senior Vice President and Harry Harlan, Vice President and Edwin B. Alderson Jr., Chairman of the Board.
KLAZ, KHRK, KBHS, KZYP, which are all operated out of their studios in [Hot Springs, Arkansas]. KZHS was also part of this cluster until Noalmark surrendered the station's license on February 7, 2014.
Prior to the purchase of these stations, Noalmark received a construction permit in the FCC Auction 70 to build a new Class A FM radio station on the 93.5 MHz frequency.
In that same auction, Noalmark received a construction permit to build another Class A FM radio station on the 92.7 MHz frequency KIXC in Bearden, Arkansas. This radio station will serve the Camden, Hampton, and Fordyce communities.
Noalmark also publishes a weekly community newspaper, The South Arkansas Leader.
KBIM is operated in Roswell New Mexico on 94.9 FM and 910 AM. KBIM website is www.KBIM949.com. The station manager is Kevin Bonner and the Sales manager is Darryl Burkfield. News director is Tom A. Ruiz. KIXN, KZOR, KEJL, KYKK, KPZA-FM, KPER, which are all operated in two Hobbs, New Mexico studios. These properties are managed by Harry Harlan. Assisting Harlan in management is Al Lobeck.
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