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  1. Under Disney's agreement with the DOJ, the DOJ has to approve any buyer. https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/walt-disney-company-required-divest-twenty-two-regional-sports-networks-order-complete
  2. With the incentive auction now having been complete for two years, the FCC has released the list of of unsuccessful bidders in the incentive auction. Here's the complete list, along with the (previously announced) successful bidders.
  3. Nexstar wouldn't break up an existing duopoly without creating a new one. WVBT didn't have to be sold in any event due to Nexstar being the surviving company and therefore the WAVY/WVBT duopoly didn't have to be reevaluated by the FCC.
  4. Maybe CNBC, which is airing Shark Tank right now. EDIT: The game will start on the NBC Sports App.
  5. NPG does own KRDO-AM/FM in Colorado Springs, as well as KESQ-AM and KUNA-FM in Colorado Springs.
  6. Tribune's shareholders have approved the merger. http://investors.tribunemedia.com/2019-03-12-Tribune-Media-Company-Stockholders-Approve-Nexstar-Merger
  7. The FCC's Administrative Law Judge has cancelled the hearing over the Sinclair/Tribune deal. https://www.broadcastingcable.com/news/fcc-alj-drops-sinclair-hearing
  8. The Court of Appeals has upheld the District Court's ruling in favor of the merger. https://www.broadcastingcable.com/news/court-upholds-at-t-time-warner-merger
  9. They'll probably keep it so they can have an in-house national sales division (and probably also use it for the Northwest stations, which Apollo are also reportedly acquiring).
  10. They just showed highlights from today's game with the CBS graphics during a Super Bowl LIII rebroadcast, so it looks like the NFL Network broadcasts will be produced by CBS.
  11. The scoreboard appears to be the same.
  12. Looks like the same ones WHTM got yesterday.
  13. The press release from Gray announcing FCC and DOJ approval of the merger says they intend to close the deal January 1 (tommorow).
  14. They also have KTLE-LP, which is being kept by Gray and was just granted a CP to go digital.
  15. Also, Gray will be retaining the Telemundo affiliations for KWES and KXXV and the CW affiliations for KWES and WSWG.
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