Despite speculation about 104.3 being moved to Dade County, I still cannot understand why this is one of the signals being sold. 103.1 and 102.3 are weak in southern Palm Beach County. Why wouldn't Goodman want to keep the best signals?
David Gleason, aka DavidEduardo said it best a few comments ago:
The Number 7 station in Miami bills twice as much as the Number 1 station in West Palm Beach.
Doubt Lincoln wants it, unless they use it as a 790 simulcast and put WQAM out of business permanently. Cox has their hands full cherrypicking LFM talent and getting their house in order. CC is over their limit and even if they wanted WIOD on FM, they just dumped Super X for the phoenix that is WSHE as a Jack clone.
Maybe Goodman sells 106.3, and moves 104.3 to Miami and keeps it for himself. Different market, no ownership cap to worry about (yet...unless he's in a buying mood).....