Compliance monitoring solution providers look to take advantage of an “unprecedented” situation after Verizon announced plans to phase out its U.S. market-leading product.
Charlie Grisham to lead WSIL in Paducah, Ky.-Cape Girardeau, Mo.-Harrisburg, Ill., while Bryce Caldwell will head KTTC in Rochester, Minn.
Its purchase of WSIL Paducah, Ky., follows that of KVOA Tucson, Ariz., earlier this week. Terms have not yet been disclosed for either deal. The two stations swell Quincy’s portfolio to 16 markets.
Quincy Media’s NBC-Fox affiliate WGEM Quincy, Ill. (DMA 174) are once again being carried on Dish Network after a new retransmission agreement was reached.
He is tapped to succeed the retiring Jerry Watson. McKernan will continue as head of the group’s KWWL Cedar Rapids-Waterloo, Iowa.
The owner of ABC affiliate WAOW Wausau, Wis., has blacked out the channel for Dish Network subscribers as part of a fight with the satellite television provider over its monthly rates for local channels.
The Phase One and Two deal covers antennas, filters and/or transmission line customized for each station, with Dielectric’s modeling software driving accelerated delivery timelines.
The Wisconsin ABC affiliate owned by Quincy Media has tapped Curtis Miles to oversee the ABC affiliate. He joins from WLS Chicago.