MARKET SHARE

Two Stations In Different States Share Weather Coverage

MARKET SHARE | DMA 147: WICHITA FALLS-LAWTON, OK

KSWO’s Chief Meteorologist Fights Fires

MARKET SHARE | DMA 148: WICHITA FALLS, TX

KAUZ-KSWO Guilty Of First-Alert Weather Coverage

DMA 148: WICHITA FALLS, TX

KSWO Meteorologist Fired Over Noose Riddle

DMA 148: WICHITA FALLS, TX

David Bradley Gone From KSWO After 31 Years

PLAYOUT (DMA 147: WICHITA FALLS, TX)

KSWO Deploys Bitcentral CORE:news

DMA 147: WICHITA FALLS, TX-LAWTON, OK

Kelvin Mize Named VP-GM Of KSWO

Raycom chooses the GM of its Knoxville, Tenn., Fox affil to lead its ABC station in Wichita Falls, Texas-Lawton, Okla.

FCC OKs Drewry Sale To Raycom Media

The FCC has approved the sale of six Texas stations in a deal that will quadruple the number of stations Raycom Media has in Texas. The $160 million purchase will likely be completed Dec. 1.

Raycom Buying Drewry For $160 Million

The deal comprises six stations in Texas in Waco (KXXV), Amarillo (KFDA-KEYU), Odessa-Midland (KWAB-KWES) and Wichita Falls (KSWO), plus a second station in Wichita Falls (KAUZ)  that Raycom is buying from Hoak Media and then spinning off to American Spirit, which will enter into a shared services agreement with Raycom, under which KSWO will provide news, production services, administrative support and equipment and building space to KAUZ.