RNN Snags A First State Indie


RNN, born in Kingston, N.Y., out of the former independent WTZA-62, pocketed a cool $211,680,472 from relinquishing the spectrum for the digital TV station that succeeded WTZA — WRNN-48.

But, company led by the French Family is hardly cashing out of the TV business. In December 2017, it acquired the Channel Sharing Agreement for WMCN-44 in Atlantic City, N.J.

Now, it is grabbing an independent station serving the Delmarva Peninsula, directly across Delaware Bay from the southern tip of the Garden State, in a deal brokered by Kalil & Co.

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