Scripps Renews ABC And CBS Affiliations

The multi-year agreements cover one CBS and 15 ABC stations.

E.W. Scripps said today that it has completed new multi-year affiliation agreements with ABC and CBS Corporation for stations in several markets.

The ABC agreement covers all 15 Scripps ABC affiliates serving Bakersfield, Calif. (KERO); Baltimore (WMAR); Boise, Idaho (KIVI); Buffalo, N.Y. (WKBW); Cincinnati (WCPO); Cleveland (WEWS); Denver (KMGH); Detroit (WXYZ); Indianapolis (WRTV); Las Vegas (KTNV); Phoenix (KNXV); San Diego (KGTV); Tampa, Fla. (KFTS); Tucson, Ariz. (KGUN); and Twin Falls, Idaho (KSAW).

The CBS agreement covers WTVF Nashville, Tennessee.

“These renewals reinforce our long-standing relationships with two of our most important network partners,” said Brian Lawlor, president of Local Media for Scripps. “Together, we serve local communities around the country with news, entertainment, sports and other high-quality programming that draws tens of millions of viewers a day. We value our strong, mutually beneficial partnerships with these networks.”

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FlashFlood says:

May 24, 2018 at 3:22 pm

Mark, I believe that all the TV Stations in Tampa/St. Petersburg have W, not K at the beginning of their call letters (East of the Mississippi River. is W, West is K, though there are exceptions in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh).

newsoldie says:

May 24, 2018 at 6:29 pm

There are also (W) exceptions west of the Mississippi, too

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