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  • A listing of television stations owned and operated by Hearst Television. All stations are listed in order by their primary affiliations and market sizes from largest to smallest, according to The Nielsen Company.

Keys

  • Stations built and signed on by Hearst.
  • Stations that were owned by Argyle Television Holdings II prior to the formation of Hearst-Argyle Television in 1997.
  • Indicates a station that was affected by an ownership swap between Argyle II and Gannett Company in 1997.
  • Indicates a station that was affected by an ownership swap between Hearst-Argyle and Sunrise Television (Later LIN Media) in 1998.
  • Indicates a station that was owned by Pulitzer prior to its acquisition by Hearst-Argyle in 1998.
  • Indicates a station that was owned by Kelly Broadcasting prior to its acquisition by Hearst-Argyle in 1999.
  • Indicates a station that was acquired by Hearst from Media General in 2014.

ABC affiliates

Notes

  • 1 KHBS operates a satellite station called KHOG-TV in Fayetteville.

CBS affiliates

CW affiliates

Notes

  • 1 KHBS operates a satellite station called KHOG-TV in Fayetteville.

MyNetworkTV affiliates

NBC affiliates

Other

MeTV affiliates

Most of Hearst's stations has its own MeTV affiliate, here are some of them

True Crime Network affiliate

Independent station

Former

Based from its current affiliation.

NBC

Notes

  • 1 Now owned by Tegna
  • 2 Now owned by Nexstar Media Group
  • 3 WDTN was ABC affiliate prior it's trade with Sunrise Television.

ABC

Notes

Fox

Notes

  • 1 Now owned by Super Towers, Inc.
  • 2 Nexstar operates this station through an LMA.
  • 3 WNAC-TV was owned by Argyle, but operated from 1996 to 2001 by Clear Channel Communications (now iHeartMedia) under an LMA with WPRI-TV, which Clear Channel owned at the time.

Cable

Notes


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