The multi-year deal covers 13 CBS affiliates serving nearly six million television households.
The new deal covers 20 markets that cover 17% of the U.S. Tegna is the largest independent owner of NBC affiliates.
ViacomCBS said it reached a new multi-year extension of its CBS network affiliation deal with Cox Media Group. CMG is among the 10 largest operators of CBS affiliates. The deal covers KIRO Seattle-Tacoma, Wash.; WJAX Jacksonville, Fla.; WHIO Dayton, Ohio; KYMA Yuma-El Centro, Ariz.; and KVIQ Eureka, Calif.
The station group reups eight of its CBS affils plus another to which it provides services.
The new multi-year agreement covers all seven CBS affiliates owned by Meredith, which reach 7% of the U.S. audience serving more than 7.6 million television households.
The new multi-year agreement with the largest independent operator of CBS affiliates covers nine stations reaching approximately 3.5% of the U.S.
Fox Corp. and Cox Media Group have renewed the affiliation agreements for four of Cox’s TV stations. The deal will see WFXT Boston; WHBQ Memphis; WFOX Jacksonville, Fla.; and KOKI Tulsa, Okla., remain affiliates of the Fox broadcast network.
The new four-year deal covers 21 NBC affiliated television stations owned by Nexstar and Mission Broadcasting.
The Sunbeam-owned station makes a multi-year deal after 30 years with the Fox network.
The new agreement covers 31 stations owned, operated or for which Nexstar programs or provides services. The Fox affiliates that Nexstar is acquiring from Tribune will also be covered by new agreements immediately upon closing of the deal.
The group reups WGBA Green Bay, Wis.; WTMJ Milwaukee; KJRH Tulsa, Okla.; WPTV West Palm Beach, Fla.; and KSHB Kansas City, Mo.
The new deal reups WFAA Dallas; KXTV Sacramento, Calif.; KVUE Austin, Texas; WVEC Norfolk, Va.; WZZM Grand Rapids, Mich.; WJXX Jacksonville, Fla.; WHAS Louisville, Ky.; KIII Corpus Christi, Texas; and KBMT Beaumont, Texas.
The station group reups deals for stations in 26 markets that were set to expire at the end of this year.
Tribune Broadcasting today renewed its eight Fox Broadcasting Co. affiliations: KCPQ Seattle, KDVR Denver, WJW Cleveland, KTVI St. Louis, WDAF Kansas City, KSTU Salt Lake City, WITI Milwaukee and WGHP Greensboro, N.C. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
Three stations plus one owned by Cunningham Broadcasting reup in multi-year deals.
The new agreement extends carriage of the Bounce, Escape, Grit and Laff multicast networks through 2024. In addition, Univision will add Bounce in Washington on Sept. 30.