What’s Next For Entravision’s D.C. DMA TV Station?


Entravision Communications pocketed millions of dollars by relinquishing spectrum to wireless services companies in the just-completed FCC incentive auction.

We now know that the company has entered into a channel-sharing agreement with a Washington, D.C.-based station that will allow the company to let a UHF station in the enormous DMA live on.

This involves relocating the station from Hagerstown, Md., as its UHF signal will go off the air within the next 39 months.

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