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Univision to take over DC, Orlando, and Tampa affiliates


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  • Samantha changed the title to Univision to take over DC, Orlando, and Tampa affiliates

Univision owned these stations but contracted Entravision to run them. This isn't a purchase.

 

There were six markets in this deal, per Entravision's 10Q: Albuquerque, Boston, Denver, Orlando, Tampa and Washington, D.C. Is EVC going to take back the other three? In each market, swaps were made several years ago such that the Univision station license was held by UCI and EVC had the UniMás stick.

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Entravision also owns Radio stations, just one here in Orlando WNUE not sure what’ll be the faith of it.

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1 hour ago, MarkAP said:

Entravision also owns Radio stations, just one here in Orlando WRUM not sure what’ll be the faith of it.

 

I don't think this affects much of the rest of their portfolio. Entravision is an unusual company in that Univision owns non-voting stock in it (the shares of which are called Class U). But its focus has gone increasingly toward digital advertising. It sold off one of its Orlando properties to Radio Training Network (The Joy FM). It decided not to pony up for XHRIO's next renewal.

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