Allbritton Communications Company
Allbritton Communications Company owns and operates network-affiliated television stations serving nine markets in the United States in Washington, D.C., Virginia, Alabama, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina. All of its television stations are affiliates of ABC Network, which is owned by the Walt Disney Company. "The company also owns a 24-hour cable news channel (NewsChannel 8) that serves the Washington, DC, area. NewsChannel 8 shares facilities with the company's Washington, DC station WJLA." 
ABC Network TV Stations
- WBMA Channel 58 in Birmingham, Alabama
- WCFT Channel 33 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama
- WCIV Channel 4 in Charleston, South Carolina
- WHTM Channel 27 in Harrisburg, PA
- WJLA Channel 7 in Washington, DC
- WJSU Channel 30 Anniston, Alabama
- WSET Channel 13 in Lynchburg, Virginia
- KATV Channel 7 in Little Rock, Arkansas
- KTUL Channel 8 in Tulsa, Oklahoma
- Robert L. Allbritton, Chairman and CEO
- Stephen P. Gibson, SVP and CFO
- Frederick J. Ryan, Jr., Vice Chairman, President, and COO
1000 Wilson Blvd., Suite 2700
Arlington, VA 22209
Phone: 703 647-8700
FAX: 703 236-9268
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- Katharine Q. Sellye, "More Journalists Join Political News Venture," New York Times, December 12, 2006.
- Katie Wilmeth, "Albritton Communications launches latest venture," The Examiner, January 23, 2007.
- Glenn Greenwald, Opinion: "Who funds and runs the Politico?" (with updates), Salon, May 4, 2007.