Gray Television says it has reached an agreement in principle with NBC to renew all of the station group’s network affiliates.
The agreement covers 24 stations in 21 markets across the US. The terms of the deal were not revealed.
“Today is another historic day for Gray Television because we proudly announce the long-term extension of our deep relationship with NBC,” Gray CEO Hilton H. Howell, Jr. said in a statement. “Most of our NBC affiliated stations have been partners with the network since they first began operation.”
Check out the list of affiliates covered after the jump.
The agreement in principle includes early renewals for all 24 Gray-owned NBC affiliates: WSAZ in Charleston-Huntington, West Virginia; WOWT in Omaha, Nebraska; WMTV in Madison, Wisconsin; WNDU in South Bend, Indiana; WITN in Greenville, North Carolina; KSNB in Lincoln, Nebraska; WILX in Lansing, Michigan; KVLY in Fargo, North Dakota; WEAU in Eau Claire, Wisconsin; KFYR, KMOT, KUMV and KQCD in Minot-Bismarck-Dickinson, North Dakota; WJHG in Panama City, Florida; WRGX in Dothan, Alabama; KALB in Alexandria, Louisiana; KGNS in Laredo, Texas; KKCO in Grand Junction, Colorado; KBGF in Great Falls, Montana; WTAP in Parkersburg, West Virginia; KCWY in Casper, Wyoming; KCHY in Cheyenne, Wyoming; KTVH in Helena, Montana; and KNOP in North Platte, Nebraska.