LIN And TWC Resolve Retrans Dispute

More than 1.5 million Time Warner Cable subscribers in 14 markets can relax. The cable company — which also represents Bright House Network – “has reached an agreement with LIN Media for continued carriage of their broadcast stations,” it said today without details about terms.


LIN Sees Digital Media As Key To Its Future

Vincent Sadusky, LIN’s president-CEO, says his company has adopted a digital mindset and has gone from about 40 employees dedicated to digital full time in 2007 to close to 300 today. “We want to be able to exploit our content in ways that follow the way people are going about their days.”

Ousted Tribune Chief Michaels Returns to Radio