Cambria needs a few more stations - that can go broke fast. LOL The new 106.7 CP is a lost cause. No site. Just a fake site -- on paper. And the County will never allow any new site or tower. In fact -- the old KOTR tower is the ONLY site and the 106.7 is to short spaced to use that site. Bet you can buy that CP for less than 25 K.
KTEA is up for sale if anyone has a spare 300K lying around in a low/no interest savings account. I'm thinking the station currently bills about 50K a year. Part of the problem with KTEA is its sleepy format of standards and old radio shows which the owner insists on keeping (I don't think it has ever changed formats). But with the right format and promotion, the station could do well.
Another problem CP is KCJZ 105.3 which is also for Cambria. The owner has about a year left and there has been talk of building the station at the KTEA site and getting it licensed before the CP runs out. Looking at the contour map it seems that much of KCJZ's signal goes out into the ocean. So they're basically going to be broadcasting to the seals and otters.
If I had that CP I would try to move it to San Miguel which would provide a first service to that town. From there I'd send the signal down through the valley into Paso Robles, Templeton and Atascadero. Eventually try to get a booster (or translator) and put the signal into Cayucos and Morro Bay. Could be a very nice little station for the Central Coast.
Anyway, it's fun to dream.