ROH’s Parent Company Acquires 18 New Stations


ROH’s parent company, Sinclair Broadcasting, has announced that it has acquired eighteen TV stations owned by Barrington Broadcasting Group for $370 million. If the sale goes through (it is subject to approval by the Federal Communications Commission and antitrust clearance), then Ring of Honor is likely to air in the new markets. The full list of stations involved in the purchase are below:

* WEYI (Flint/Saginaw/Bay City/Midland, MI)

* WBSF (Flint/Saginaw/Bay City/Midland, MI)

* WNWO (Toledo, OH)

* WACH (Columbia, SC)

* WSTM (Syracuse, NY)

* WTVH (Syracuse, NY)

* WSTQ (Syracuse, NY)

* KGBT (Harlingen/Weslaco/Brownsville/McAllen, TX)

* KXRM (Colorado Springs, CO)

* KXTU (Colorado Springs, CO)

* WPDE (Myrtle Beach/Florence, SC)

* WWMB (Myrtle Beach/Florence, SC)

* WHOI (Peoria/Bloomington, IL)

* WPBN (Traverse City/Cadillac, MI)

* WGTU (Traverse City/Cadillac, MI)

* WTOM (Traverse City/Cadillac, MI)

* WGTQ (Traverse City/Cadillac, MI)

* KVII (Amarillo, TX)

* KVIH (Amarillo, TX)

* KRCG (Columbia/Jefferson City, MO)

* WFXL (Albany, GA)

* KHQA (Quincy, IL/Hannibal, MO/Keokuk, IA)

* WLUC (Marquette, MI)

* KTVO (Ottumwa, IA/Kirksville, MO)

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