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Media General and LIN Merger Approved by Shareholders - Posted October 6, 2014
The shareholders of Media General and LIN Media have approved the merger between the two companies. The two station groups announced the news and reaffirmed the newly merged company will be called Media General to be headed by Vincent Sadusky... [TVSpy]

Media General Cuts 45 Jobs - Posted April 25, 2014
A month after announcing a $2.6 billion merger with Lin Media, Media General is cutting 45 corporate and shared services jobs. In an email sent to staffers, obtained by TVSpy, CEO ... [TVSpy]

Media General and LIN Media Announce Merger - Posted March 21, 2014
Media General and LIN Media have announced a definitive merger agreement valued at $2.6 Billion creating the second largest TV broadcast company in the US. Vincent Sadusky, LIN Media's president and CEO, will become president and CEO of the new co... [TVSpy]

LIN Announces Blumenthal Retiring, Names Howell Successor - Posted September 27, 2013
LIN Media has announced the retirement of Scott Blumenthal, executive vice president television and the appointment of his successor, Jay Howell. Blumentha... [SocialTimes.com]

LIN Media Completes Acquisition of Stations from New Vision Television - Posted October 15, 2012
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LIN Reports 15% Revenue Increase, Stokes Excitement for New Vision Deal - Posted May 9, 2012
LIN Media, which operates or services 32 network affiliates around the country, today reported a 15% increase in revenue for the first quarter, compared to the same period last year. LIN TV stations brought in $103.2 million in net revenue during the first three months of the year, compared to $89.7 million... [TVSpy]

LIN Agrees to Buy New Vision Stations for $342M - Posted May 7, 2012
LIN Media today announced that it has agreed to purchase 13 stations from New Vision Television for $330.4 million and the assumption of $12 million of debt. New Vision's 13 network affiliated stations are located in eight markets across the country, including Birmingham, Honolulu, and Portland, ... [TVSpy]

With Drop in Political Advertising, LIN Focuses on 12% Increase in Local Revenue - Posted March 14, 2012
LIN Media, which owns network affiliates in 15 markets across the country, today reported financial results for the fourth quarter, as well as the full year, of 2011. Lik... [TVSpy]

LIN Media Names Michael Kelly VP of Sales - Posted February 15, 2012
Michael Kelly has been named vice president of sales for LIN Media, the company announced today. Kelly, a 30-year veteran of the broadcast industry, has been the director of interactive and new media sales since 2008, where he was "ins... [TVSpy]

With Boost From Online Advertising and Retrans Fees, LIN Reports 1% First Quarter Increase - Posted April 27, 2011
LIN TV, which manages 32 stations in 17 markets across the country, announced today that its net revenue for the first quarter was $92.6 million, up 1% from the same period last year. "We delivered another strong performance in the first quarter, in spite of sig... [TVSpy]

LIN Sees 24% Increase in Revenue - Posted March 16, 2011
LIN TV, which has 32 stations in 17 markets, announced today that it saw a 24% increase in net revenue for the fourth quarter of 2010. The succ... [TVSpy]

LIN Media Stations Return to DISH as Companies Reach New Retrans Agreement - Posted March 14, 2011
LIN Media stations are back on DISH Network systems this morning as the two companies were able to reach a new retrans agreement over the weekend. On Sunday, LIN announced that it had entered into a new deal with DISH, ending weeks of intense negotiations as well ... [TVSpy]

LIN Media Pulls 27 Stations from DISH - Posted March 7, 2011
At midnight on Friday, LIN Media pulled 27 of its stations off of DISH systems in 17 markets. The black-out came as LIN was unable to reach a new retrans agreement with DISH before the previous contract expired on the 4th. "We only want what is fair for our local stations," ... [TVSpy]

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