Gray Television Group
Gray Television, Inc. (NYSE: GTN) is a communications company headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, with administrative offices in Albany, Georgia.
Gray Television currently owns 34 television stations serving 26 mainly mid-size and small-size media markets. (The highest-ranked market Gray serves is Knoxville, Tennessee, the 58th ranked market in 2007.) One of the stations is affiliated with FOX, 6 are with ABC, 10 are with NBC, and 17 are affiliated with CBS (making Gray the largest independent owner of CBS affiliates in the country).
Among their stations, Gray also operates a total of 36 digital subchannels. Eleven of the subchannels are affiliated with MyNetworkTV, 8 are with The CW, 5 are with FOX, 1 has no network affiliation, 1 repeats a cable-only ABC station, and 5 broadcast weather information exclusively.
The combined station group had 22 stations ranked number 1 in local news audience and 22 stations ranked number 1 in overall audience within their respective markets based on the results of the average of the Nielsen February, May, July and November 2003 ratings reports. The combined TV station group reached approximately 5.3% of total U.S. TV households.
In 2006, the company spun off its five daily newspapers and wireless messaging business into the newly formed Triple Crown Media, which subsequently merged with Host Communications.
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