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  1. Bally Sports Sun is an American regional sports network owned by Diamond Sports Group, a joint venture between Sinclair Broadcast Group and Entertainment Studios, and operates as an affiliate of Bally Sports.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › KTVUKTVU - Wikipedia

    KTVU, along with Cox's other two independent stations WKBD-TV in Detroit and KDNL-TV in St. Louis officially joined Fox seven months later on October 9, 1986, when the fledgling network inaugurated programming that day with the debut of the late night talk show The Late Show Starring Joan Rivers, which was also their only program in their first ...

  3. Bally Sports South (BSSO) is an American regional sports network owned by Diamond Sports Group, and operates as an affiliate of Bally Sports Networks.The network carries regional coverage of professional and collegiate sports events from across the Southern United States, along with other sporting events and programming from Bally Sports.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › WTTVWTTV - Wikipedia

    The station's digital subchannel on 4.2/29.2 first launched as an affiliate of The Tube Music Network in the fall of 2006, as part of the network's group affiliation deal with Tribune Broadcasting; after The Tube shut down on October 1, 2007, the subchannel switched to a standard definition simulcast of WTTV/WTTK's main channel to provide a quality signal for cable providers before they began ...

  5. Bally Sports North is an American regional sports network owned by Diamond Sports Group, and operates as a Bally Sports affiliate. The channel broadcasts coverage of sporting events involving teams located in the Upper Midwest region, with a focus on professional and collegiate sports teams based in Minnesota.

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › WISH-TVWISH-TV - Wikipedia

    History Early history. The station first signed on the air on July 1, 1954 at 6:00 pm. Founded by C. Bruce McConnell—owner of WISH radio (1310 AM, now WTLC)—it was the third television station to sign on in the Indianapolis market, after WFBM-TV (channel 6, now WRTV), which signed on in May 1949 and Bloomington-licensed WTTV (channel 10, now on channel 4), which signed on six months later ...

  7. KYTV (channel 3) is a television station in Springfield, Missouri, United States, affiliated with NBC.It is owned by Gray Television alongside ABC affiliate KSPR-LD (channel 33) and Branson-licensed CW affiliate KYCW-LD (channel 24); it is also sister to Branson-licensed tourist information–formatted station K17DL-D, channel 17 (which is owned by Branson Visitors TV, LLC, a joint venture ...

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