Well, KPXJ already runs Springer now (both syndicated and CW version).
And then another article says that WPIX, KDAF, WPHL, WCIU, WLVI and WATL also will be carrying the show. My guess would be that the majority of the stations running it outside of the ones already listed would be the ones that carry Springer's syndicated package (and not the ones who only carry it via the CW).
As for the CW Daytime, I'm curious as to what this means for those reruns since obviously the network has the right to ask for new episodes but proabably can't as long as Judge Jerry is in production. (and I do wonder, Is Judge Jerry being treated as a "successor" to the Jerry Springer Show but done in a different format). I suppose NBCU and Nexstar (if either party cares enough, Nexstar being the successor to Tribune) could just rush out a new show to take over that timeslot (maybe give that proposed panel talk show called The Squad a second revisit) or just give it back to the affiliates. An alternate possibility being CBS or Warner take the time slot for another show that otherwise would have been sold into regular syndication.
Otherwise, if the Springer talk reruns do come back, I can see some stations trying to bury it in overnight slots and giving the daytime spot to something else (for example, KPXJ picking up Kelly Clarkson to air at 2pm, where the CW daytime currently is)