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Larry Morton

Media Gateway at 1 Shackleford Drive in west Little Rock.
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Tax Liens Total Nearly $972K for Media GatewayLock Icon

Last year, a slew of tax liens was visited upon SSN Media Gateway LLC, the limited liability company does business as Media Gateway. read more >
Larry Morton
Legal / Media & Marketing

Chicago TV Station: Larry Morton Dodged Service of LawsuitLock Icon

A new episode of the long-running legal soap opera surrounding the Soul of the South TV network is playing out in Pulaski County Circuit Court, where a Chicago television station is accusing Little Rock businessman Larry Morton of dodging service in a lawsuit. read more >
Larry Morton
Government & Politics / Investments / Legal / Media & Marketing

Soul of the South Investors Battle Over KMYA License

The broadcast license for KMYA-TV, Channel 49, that Soul of the South Network investors are fighting over was an important piece to a funding puzzle two years ago. read more >
Government & Politics / Investments / Legal / Media & Marketing

Investors Battle Over Valuable Soul of the South License

A schism among Soul of the South investors has erupted into a lawsuit over control of the venture’s most valuable asset: the broadcast license for KMYA-TV, Channel 49. read more >
Soul of the South CEO Doug McHenry said the board considered wrapping up operations in a meeting last week, but no decision was made.
Investments / Legal / Media & Marketing

Soul of the South Mulls ‘Winding Down’

The board of directors for Soul of the South — the 2-year-old television network backed by nearly $2 million in state money — considered winding down operations at a board meeting last week, CEO Doug McHenry said. read more >
Soul of the South CEO Doug McHenry said he is making changes to try to right the course of the fledgling network, including laying off about a quarter of the staff.
Government & Politics / Investments / Legal / Media & Marketing

Soul of the South Faces Money Woes, Lays Off Some Workers

Less than two years after the launch of Soul of the South — backed by nearly $2 million awarded by the state — the television network is struggling to pay its bills, laying off employees and fighting at least one lawsuit. read more >
Soul of the South Network has a Little Rock home after a $1.6 million deal. (Photo by Jason Burt)
Legal / Media & Marketing

Soul of the South Sued for Alleged Breach of Contract

A federal lawsuit against Soul of the South's owners and related entities alleges the fledgling Little Rock network failed to pay for broadcasting time for its programming. read more >
Katherina Yancy
Legal / Media & Marketing

KATV Sues Soul of the South After Reporter Katherine Yancy Makes Move

Little Rock’s ABC affiliate is suing another TV station in town for allegedly swiping some reporting talent. read more >
Soul of the South Network has a Little Rock home after a $1.6 million deal. (Photo by Jason Burt)
Agriculture & Poultry / Construction / Media & Marketing / Real Estate

Farmland Produces $1.8M Transaction (Real Deals)

More than 800 acres in east Pulaski County tipped the scales at $1.87 million. A media office project in west Little Rock weighed in at $1.65 million. And the sale of a 23.4-acre mini-storage development in south Pulaski County changed hands in a $1.2 million sale. read more >
Former Arkansas Supreme Court Justice Richard Mays is chairman of the Soul of the South network's board.
Construction / Investments / Media & Marketing

Soul of the South Buys Little Rock HQ

Soul of the South, a new television network targeting African-American viewers from Southern states, says it will pump up its Little Rock headquarters in order to expand its national reach. read more >
Former Arkansas Supreme Court Justice Richard Mays is chairman of the Soul of the South network's board.
Investments / Media & Marketing / Real Estate

Soul of the South Network Expanding, Buys Little Rock Headquarters

Soul of the South, a national television network headquartered in Little Rock, says it will expand its Little Rock facility. read more >
Former Arkansas Supreme Court Justice Richard Mays is chairman of the Soul of the South network's board.
Government & Politics / Investments / Media & Marketing

Soul of the South TV Network to Launch May 27

A 24-hour regional broadcast network based in Little Rock and targeting southern African-American viewers is set to launch May 27. The Soul of the South Network will launch in 30 markets throughout the southern U.S. and several northern and Midwestern cities. read more >