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Not surprisingly for a station with roots in a newspaper, channel 3 dominated the news ratings in Hampton Roads for many years.However, its ratings slipped after a botched relaunch in 1994.WTKR managed the station through a time brokerage agreement from that point until Local TV closed on the purchase on August 4.This purchase created the market's second co-owned duopoly operation, after the LIN TV-owned combination of WAVY and Fox affiliate WVBT.Today, customers demand frequent communication in order to take action.
On May 8, 2017, Sinclair Broadcast Group—owner of My Network TV affiliate WTVZ-TV (channel 33)—entered into an agreement to acquire Tribune Media for .9 billion, plus the assumption of .7 billion in debt held by Tribune, pending regulatory approval by the FCC and the U. As such, the companies may be required to sell either WGNT or WTVZ to another broadcasting group in order to comply with FCC ownership rules and alleviate potential antitrust issues preceding approval of the acquisition; however, a sale of either of the two lower-rated stations to an independent buyer is dependent on later decisions by the FCC regarding local ownership of broadcast television stations and future acts by Congress.This TV, a diginet co-owned by Tribune Media, was placed on virtual channel 3.2.WTKR began digital broadcasts on channel 40 on March 11, 2002 at pm.There is one low-powered translator of WTKR on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, W18EG-D in Onancock.WTKR-TV and Tribune do not own any translators located in the Greater Hampton Roads area.
WTAR became solely affiliated with CBS in 1957, when WAVY-TV signed on as the ABC affiliate (WAVY and WVEC would swap affiliations in 1959 making the latter station the ABC affiliate). In 1967, Norfolk Newspapers was reorganized as Landmark Communications, WTAR-AM-FM-TV became the flagship stations.