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  1. Didn't they actually remake some Sony-owned shows? Like Charlie's Angels?
  2. Is it that, or is it that the networks people watch didn't want LIV Golf?
  3. I mean, the creation of the WB and UPN was in large part driven by independents' fear of being outcompeted not only by network affiliates and the nascent Fox, but by cable networks... And considering how much bigger cable was in 2006 than it was in 1993, when those two networks officially threw down the gauntlet...
  4. Somebody would probably want the spectrum... Also you've gotta love big corporations and their aversion to paying taxes. They'd rather be in a cash crunch than pay taxes!
  5. Doesn't Paramount need money bad? Wouldn't selling off KSTW or WTOG for cash help with that?
  6. They hold some minority interest in Sarkes Tarzian, Inc.
  7. They own WKSY-LD in Rome, which is part of the Chattanooga market.
  8. I say this as someone with no ties to DFW, but my heart doesn't exactly flutter over the prospect of KXAS's star 5 being canned.
  9. The political ad dollars Florida brings in? Their already strong presence in the state?
  10. Aren't those LPs that don't count against the cap?
  11. Oh jesus I keep forgetting that's what Standard General's logo looks like.
  12. TEGNA has one class of stock, no controlling shareholder, and is much easier to push around. Gray is protected from a takeover by the way its stock is structured, Hearst is a huge private company and doesn't have to sell if they don't want to, and Nexstar is probably in too strong a position to be bullied into selling right now.
  13. Paid for its operations, Paramount and WBD literally gave the 75% interest in the network itself away.
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