DMA 124

Woods Goes For Triopoly In Montgomery, Ala.

David Woods is buying Neal Ardman’s Birmingham, Ala., Cozi TV affiliate WIYC to go with WCOV, the market’s Fox affiliate, and low-power WALE, which airs 12 multicast networks.

DMA 122: MONTGOMERY, AL

NFL Jaguars Get Pre-Season Slot On WIYC

Neal Ardman’s independent WIYC Montgomery, Ala. (DMA 122), will air three pre-season NFL Jacksonville  Jaguars contests live in HD. Aug. 11 — 6:30 p.m. CT at New York Jets Aug 20 — 6:30 p.m. at home against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sept. 1 — 6 p.m. at Atlanta Falcons All games are part of the […]

DMA 118

Neal Ardman Buy Of WIYC Troy, Ala., OK’d

The FCC has granted the application by WIYC Inc., headed by CEO and sole stockholder Neal Ardman, to purchase WIYC Montgomery, Ala. (DMA 118), from Josie Park Broadcasting for $650,000. Ardman also operates WPAN-DT Mobile, Ala., under an LMA and owns WKBX-FM Jacksonville, Fla. Ardman, the founder and former head of Retro TV Network, through his company Broadcast Partners now syndicates TV shows including The Lone Ranger, Lassie, He-Man, She-Ra and The Archies to various networks and distributers.

DMA 118

Neal Ardman Buying WIYC Montgomery, Ala.

WIYC Inc., headed by CEO and sole stockholder Neal Ardman, has filed an application with the FCC to purchase WIYC Montgomery, Ala. (118), from Josie Park Broadcasting for $650,000. Ardman also operates WPAN-DT Mobile, Ala., under an LMA and owns WKBX-FM Jacksonville, Fla. Ardman, the founder and former head of Retro TV Network, through his company Broadcast Partners now syndicates TV shows including The Lone Ranger, Lassie, He-Man, She-Ra and The Archies to various networks and distributers.