OTA Broadcasting, which is backed by Dell CEO Michael Dell, has been “buying up independent stations with an eye toward selling the spectrum back to the government in the FCC’s planned incentive auction,” according to a TVNewsCheck report when the sale was announced.
OTA, based in Fairfax, Va., expands their portfolio to 10 stations with the acquisition.
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