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Saturday, June 08, 2019

KHOU, KENS, KYTX to remain CBS affiliates

KHOU Houston, KENS San Antonio, KYTX Tyler to remain CBS affiliates with renewed agreements


CBS Corporation (NYSE: CBS.A and CBS) and TEGNA Inc. (NYSE: TGNA) today announced a comprehensive, multi-year deal that renews station affiliation agreements for 11 TEGNA markets nationwide, including two top 10 markets – Washington, D.C. and Houston, Texas. The 11 markets renewed cover 10% percent of the U.S. audience and nearly 11 million households.

TEGNA CBS affiliates are also locally available to subscribers of CBS All Access, the Network's subscription video on demand streaming platform.

"TEGNA is a valued and longtime CBS partner," said Ray Hopkins, President, Television Networks Distribution, CBS Corporation. "We are pleased to extend this important relationship between America's #1 Network and an industry-leading local broadcaster. We look forward to continuing this great relationship delivering premium content to the viewers we both serve."

"CBS and TEGNA have a valuable partnership that serves communities across the country with a powerful combination of premium national and local content. We value our partnership with CBS and are pleased to extend our long-standing relationship," said Dave Lougee, President and CEO, TEGNA. "This multi-year agreement enables our stations to continue providing consumers and advertisers with must-have local and network content on multiple platforms."

The agreement includes renewals for these TEGNA-owned CBS affiliates: WLTX in Columbia, S.C.; WFMY in Greensboro, N.C.; KHOU in Houston, Texas; KTHV in Little Rock, Ark.; WMAZ in Macon, Ga.; WWL in New Orleans, La.; KENS in San Antonio, Texas; KREM in Spokane, Wash.; WTSP in Tampa, Fla.; KYTX in Tyler, Texas; and WUSA in Washington, D.C.

(This post was taken from a release by CBS Corporation)


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