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Rhode Island company completes its purchase of KHON-TV

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 12:16 p.m. HST, Oct 12, 2012


Providence, R.I.-based LIN TV Corp. said today it has completed its acquisition of KHON-TV and stations in seven other cities from New Vision Television.

LIN TV said the acquisitions bring its stable of TV stations to 43. Seller New Vision Television recently emerged from bankruptcy.

In addition to Honolulu's KHON, the stations acquired by LIN TV are in Portland, Ore., Birmingham, Ala., Wichita and Topeka, Ks., Savannah, Ga., Youngstown, Ohio, and Mason City, Iowa.

In May, LIN announced it was buying 13 stations for $330.4 million and assumption of about $12 million in debt.







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hilopango wrote:
LIN TV Corp would do well to get rid of Joe "The Boor" Moore while they're at it. Never seen such a self-centered prima donna as he.
on October 12,2012 | 12:30PM
KekoaBradshaw wrote:
I think the correct spelling is "bore". And, BTW, most of us don't think he is one.
on October 12,2012 | 01:45PM
Publicbraddah wrote:
That whole station needs a makeover. They all seem to be on qualudes compared to HawaiiNewsNow. And if you're going to have women reporters, drop the 'eye candy' ones. Tanya Joaquin and Ramsey Wharton are solid reporters.
on October 12,2012 | 01:33PM
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