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Raycom Media owns WWBT and controls WUPV through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Nexstar Broadcasting owns KNWA and controls KFTA through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Sainte Partners II, LP owns KCVU and controls KVIQ through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Cordillera Communications owns KRIS and controls KZTV through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Local TV owns KDVR and controls KWGN through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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News-Press & Gazette Broadcasting owns KIFI and controls KIDK through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Raycom Media owns WWBT and controls WRLH through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Nexstar Broadcasting owns WEHT and controls WTVW through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Local TV owns KTVI and controls KPLR through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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LIN Media owns WDTN and controls WBDT through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Pappas Telecasting owns KHGI and controls KFXL through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Nexstar Broadcasting owns WQRF and controls WTVO through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

Local Marketing Agreement
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Sinclair Broadcasting owns WTTO and WABM and has a Local Marketing Agreement with WDBB, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Raycom Media owns KOLD and controls KMSB and KTTU through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Granite Broadcasting Corporation owns WISE and controls WPTA through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Smith Media owns WFFF and controls WVNY through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Local TV owns WHO and controls KDSM through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Schurz Communications owns KWCH and KSCW and controls KDCU through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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New Vision owns WKBN and WYFX and controls WYTV through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Nexstar Broadcasting owns KARD and controls KTVE through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Catamount Broadcasting owns KHSL and controls KNVN through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Quincy Newspapers owns WAOW and controls WFXS through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Newport Television owns KTVX and controls KUCW through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers may see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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LIN Media owns WLUK and controls WIWB through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Media General owns WJBF and controls WAGT through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Granite Broadcasting Corporation owns KBJR and controls through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Raycom Media owns WTNZ and controls WBIR through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Raycom Media owns WTOL and controls WUPW through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Granite Broadcasting Corporation owns WEEK and controls WHOI and WAOE through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Bahakel Communications owns WAKA and controls WNCF and WBMM through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Bonten Media Group owns WCTI and controls WFXI through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Raycom Media owns KHNL and KFVE and controls KGMB through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Young Broadcasting owns WATE and controls WBXX through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

Shared Services Agreement
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Newport Television controls WOAI through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Barrington Broadcasting owns WPBN and controls WGTU through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Sinclair Broadcasting owns WUHF and controls WROC through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Sinclair Broadcasting owns WSYX and controls WWHO through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Heritage Broadcasting Group owns WWTV and controls WFQX through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Titan Broadcast Group owns KPTH and controls KMEG through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Quincy Newspapers owns KTTC and controls KXLT through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Nexstar Broadcasting owns WTWO and controls WFXW through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Schurz Communications owns KYTV and controls KSPR through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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LIN Media owns KRQE and KASA and controls KWBQ and KASY through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Barrington Broadcasting owns WSTM and WSTQ and controls WTVH through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Nexstar Broadcasting owns KTAB and controls KRBC through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Newport Television owns WAWS and controls WTEV through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers may see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Newport Television controls KGET through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers may see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Nexstar Broadcasting owns WFXV and controls WUTR through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Scripps Media, Inc. owns WPTV and controls WFLX through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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In Baltimore, one company controls three of the main TV stations. Sinclair Broadcasting owns WBFF in Baltimore and controls WUTB through a shared services agreement with Deerfield LLC. Sinclair also operates the WNUV in Baltimore through an agreement with Cunningham Broadcasting, a shell company that is essentially controlled by Sinclair.

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One company controls four stations in Little Rock, Ark. Mission Broadcasting bought Fox affiliate KLRT-TV and CW affiliate KASN-TV from Newport Television and entered into an "outsourcing agreement" with Nexstar Broadcasting, which will manage the stations and produce the news. Nexstar already owns Little Rock NBC affiliate KARK-TV and MyNetworkTV affiliate KARZ-TV.

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Raycom Media owns WECT and controls WSFX through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

Shared Services Agreement
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Newport Television controls KGPE through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Drewry Communications owns KSWO and controls KAUZ through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Nexstar Broadcasting owns WBRE and controls WYOU through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Comcorp El Paso owns KTSM and controls KDBC through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

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Raycom Media owns WTVM and controls WXTX through a Shared Services Agreement, the most severe form of covert consolidation. These deals often result in a single consolidated newsroom producing news for two or more stations with a single staff. Viewers see the exact same news on multiple stations.

Local Marketing Agreement
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Sinclair Broadcasting has a Local Marketing Agreement with WTTA, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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WTVA, Inc. owns WTVA and has a Local Marketing Agreement with WLOV, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Sinclair Broadcasting has a Local Marketing Agreement with KFDM, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Sinclair Broadcasting owns WCHS and has a Local Marketing Agreement with WVAH, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

Local Marketing Agreement
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Barrington Broadcasting owns WPDE and has a Local Marketing Agreement with WWMB, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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WTVA, Inc. owns WTVA and has a Local Marketing Agreement with WKDH, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Sinclair Broadcasting owns WBFF and has a Local Marketing Agreement with WNUV, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Sinclair Broadcasting owns WKEF and has a Local Marketing Agreement with WRGT, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Hoak Media Corporation owns KNOE and has a Local Marketing Agreement with KAQY, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Sinclair Broadcasting owns WZTV and has a Local Marketing Agreement with WNAB, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Newport Television owns KSAS and has a Local Marketing Agreement with KMTW, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Raycom Media owns WCSC and produces news programming for WTAT. The stations produce news out of the same studio and share many of the same on-air staff, story scripts and footage, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

Local Marketing Agreement
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Sinclair Broadcasting owns WSYX and has a Local Marketing Agreement with WTTE, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Journal Communications owns WGBA and has a Local Marketing Agreement with WACY, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Nexstar Broadcasting owns KLBK and has a Local Marketing Agreement with KAMC, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Sinclair Broadcasting has a Local Marketing Agreement with KUTV and KUSG, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Sinclair Broadcasting owns WLOS and has a Local Marketing Agreement with WMYA, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Nexstar Broadcasting owns WMBD and has a Joint Sales Agreement with WYZZ, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Joint Sales Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Nexstar Broadcasting owns WJET and has a Local Marketing Agreement with WFXP, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Sinclair Broadcasting has a Local Marketing Agreement with WTVX, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Bonten Media Group owns WCYB and has a Local Marketing Agreement with WEMT, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Nexstar Broadcasting owns KSFX and has a Joint Sales Agreement with KOLR, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Joint Sales Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

Local Marketing Agreement
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Nexstar Broadcasting owns KSNF and has a Local Marketing Agreement with KODE, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Sinclair Broadcasting has a Local Marketing Agreement with KEYE, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Newport Television owns WHP and has a Local Marketing Agreement with WLYH, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Sinclair Broadcasting owns KBSI and has a Local Marketing Agreement with WDKA, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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New Vision owns WJCL and has a Local Marketing Agreement with WTGS, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Sinclair Broadcasting has a Local Marketing Agreement with WLWC, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Tanana Valley Television owns KFXF and KXD and has a Joint Sales Agreement with KTVF, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Joint Sales Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Local TV owns WTKR and has a Local Marketing Agreement with WGNT, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Hoak Media Corporation owns KVLY and has a Local Marketing Agreement with KXJB, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Sinclair Broadcasting has a Local Marketing Agreement with WPEC, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Waterman Broadcasting has a Local Marketing Agreement with , which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Cowles Publishing Company owns KION and has a Local Marketing Agreement with KCBA, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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New Vision owns KSNT and KTMJ and has a Local Marketing Agreement with KTKA, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Sinclair Broadcasting has a Local Marketing Agreement with WWMT, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Entravision owns WVEN and has a Local Marketing Agreement with WOTF, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Sinclair Broadcasting owns WSYT and has a Local Marketing Agreement with WNYS, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Sinclair Broadcasting has a Local Marketing Agreement with WRGB and WCWN, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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LIN Media owns kxan and has a Local Marketing Agreement with KNVA, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Sinclair Broadcasting owns KGAN and has a Local Marketing Agreement with KFXA, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Nexstar Broadcasting owns KAMR and has a Local Marketing Agreement with KCIT, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Hoak Media Corporation owns KREX and has a Local Marketing Agreement with KFQX, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Nexstar Broadcasting owns KFDX and has a Local Marketing Agreement with KJTL, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Sinclair Broadcasting has a Local Marketing Agreement with WTVC, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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LIN Media owns WPRI and has a Local Marketing Agreement with WNAC, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Sinclair Broadcasting owns WMMP and has a Local Marketing Agreement with WTAT, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Nexstar Broadcasting owns KLST and has a Local Marketing Agreement with KSAN , which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Sinclair Broadcasting has a Local Marketing Agreement with WLAJ, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Barrington Broadcasting owns KTVO and has a Local Marketing Agreement with KYOU , which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Nexstar Broadcasting has a Local Marketing Agreement with KHMT, which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

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Sinclair Broadcasting has a Local Marketing Agreement with , which gives it control of ad sales and a percentage of advertising revenue from that station. Local Marketing Agreements often result in one station providing local news for another, an arrangement that harms competition and reduces editorial independence.

Local News Sharing
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Fox, NBC Universal and Tribune Co. share newsgathering resources under a Local News Sharing agreement, combining journalists, crew and editorial staff. Often, news crews from each station are coordinated to ensure that no two stations cover the same story; the footage collected is shared between the stations. The result is a loss of editorial independence and diversity of viewpoints, as the stations are cooperating and not competing to cover the news.

Local News Sharing
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Belo, Post-Newsweek and Sinclair Broadcasting share newsgathering resources under a Local News Sharing agreement, combining journalists, crew and editorial staff. Often, news crews from each station are coordinated to ensure that no two stations cover the same story; the footage collected is shared between the stations. The result is a loss of editorial independence and diversity of viewpoints, as the stations are cooperating and not competing to cover the news.

Local News Sharing
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NBC Universal and Fox share newsgathering resources under a Local News Sharing agreement, combining journalists, crew and editorial staff. Often, news crews from each station are coordinated to ensure that no two stations cover the same story; the footage collected is shared between the stations. The result is a loss of editorial independence and diversity of viewpoints, as the stations are cooperating and not competing to cover the news.

Local News Sharing
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Fox, Belo, LIN Media and Four Points Media share newsgathering resources under a Local News Sharing agreement, combining journalists, crew and editorial staff. Often, news crews from each station are coordinated to ensure that no two stations cover the same story; the footage collected is shared between the stations. The result is a loss of editorial independence and diversity of viewpoints, as the stations are cooperating and not competing to cover the news.

Local News Sharing
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Gannett, NBC Universal and Fox share newsgathering resources under a Local News Sharing agreement, combining journalists, crew and editorial staff. Often, news crews from each station are coordinated to ensure that no two stations cover the same story; the footage collected is shared between the stations. The result is a loss of editorial independence and diversity of viewpoints, as the stations are cooperating and not competing to cover the news.

Local News Sharing
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Fox and CBS Corporation share newsgathering resources under a Local News Sharing agreement, combining journalists, crew and editorial staff. Often, news crews from each station are coordinated to ensure that no two stations cover the same story; the footage collected is shared between the stations. The result is a loss of editorial independence and diversity of viewpoints, as the stations are cooperating and not competing to cover the news.

Local News Sharing
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Fox and Post-Newsweek share newsgathering resources under a Local News Sharing agreement, combining journalists, crew and editorial staff. Often, news crews from each station are coordinated to ensure that no two stations cover the same story; the footage collected is shared between the stations. The result is a loss of editorial independence and diversity of viewpoints, as the stations are cooperating and not competing to cover the news.

Local News Sharing, FCC Waivers
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Tribune Co. , Fox, CBS Corporation and NBC Universal share newsgathering resources under a Local News Sharing agreement, combining journalists, crew and editorial staff. Often, news crews from each station are coordinated to ensure that no two stations cover the same story; the footage collected is shared between the stations. The result is a loss of editorial independence and diversity of viewpoints, as the stations are cooperating and not competing to cover the news.

Local News Sharing
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Fox, Meredith Corporation and Scripps Media, Inc. share newsgathering resources under a Local News Sharing agreement, combining journalists, crew and editorial staff. Often, news crews from each station are coordinated to ensure that no two stations cover the same story; the footage collected is shared between the stations. The result is a loss of editorial independence and diversity of viewpoints, as the stations are cooperating and not competing to cover the news.

Local News Sharing
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Media General and Sinclair Broadcasting share newsgathering resources under a Local News Sharing agreement, combining journalists, crew and editorial staff. Often, news crews from each station are coordinated to ensure that no two stations cover the same story; the footage collected is shared between the stations. The result is a loss of editorial independence and diversity of viewpoints, as the stations are cooperating and not competing to cover the news.

Local News Sharing
Between:

Fox and Gannett share newsgathering resources under a Local News Sharing agreement, combining journalists, crew and editorial staff. Often, news crews from each station are coordinated to ensure that no two stations cover the same story; the footage collected is shared between the stations. The result is a loss of editorial independence and diversity of viewpoints, as the stations are cooperating and not competing to cover the news.

Local News Sharing
Between:

Fox, Scripps Media, Inc. and Gannett share newsgathering resources under a Local News Sharing agreement, combining journalists, crew and editorial staff. Often, news crews from each station are coordinated to ensure that no two stations cover the same story; the footage collected is shared between the stations. The result is a loss of editorial independence and diversity of viewpoints, as the stations are cooperating and not competing to cover the news.

Local News Sharing
Between:

Fox, Meredith Corporation and Scripps Media, Inc. combine newsgathering resources under a Local News Sharing agreement, sharing news crews and assignment editors. The video footage collected is shared between the stations. The result is a loss of editorial independence and diversity of viewpoints, as the stations are cooperating and not competing to cover the news.

Local News Sharing
Between:

Fox, Tribune Co. and NBC Universal share newsgathering resources under a Local News Sharing agreement, combining journalists, crew and editorial staff. Often, news crews from each station are coordinated to ensure that no two stations cover the same story; the footage collected is shared between the stations. The result is a loss of editorial independence and diversity of viewpoints, as the stations are cooperating and not competing to cover the news.

Local News Sharing
Between:

Fox, NBC Universal, CBS Corporation and Tribune Co. share newsgathering resources under a Local News Sharing agreement, combining journalists, crew and editorial staff. Often, news crews from each station are coordinated to ensure that no two stations cover the same story; the footage collected is shared between the stations. The result is a loss of editorial independence and diversity of viewpoints, as the stations are cooperating and not competing to cover the news.

Local News Sharing
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LIN Media , Freedom Communications and Gannett share newsgathering resources under a Local News Sharing agreement, combining journalists, crew and editorial staff. Often, news crews from each station are coordinated to ensure that no two stations cover the same story; the footage collected is shared between the stations. The result is a loss of editorial independence and diversity of viewpoints, as the stations are cooperating and not competing to cover the news.

Local News Sharing
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Raycom Media and Gannett share newsgathering resources under a Local News Sharing agreement, combining journalists, crew and editorial staff. Often, news crews from each station are coordinated to ensure that no two stations cover the same story; the footage collected is shared between the stations. The result is a loss of editorial independence and diversity of viewpoints, as the stations are cooperating and not competing to cover the news.

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