FOX Locks Up Another Station Affiliation Deal


LOS ANGELES — There’s no need for viewers to worry about a “great affiliation swap” of FOX network programming in six cities, thanks to a new multi-year affiliation agreement announced Monday (10/28) by the Fox Corporation.

A “comprehensive” long-term deal will keep FOX affiliations in place on a half-dozen TEGNA stations — including a pair of stations the company welcomed into the fold in September as it closed on Nexstar Media Group divestments made necessary by that company’s merger with Tribune Co.

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