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Journal Broadcast to sell 2 Calif. stations

7:06 PM, Oct. 4, 2013  |  Comments
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Journal Broadcast Group Inc. of Milwaukee has agreed to sell two California television stations.

Journal Broadcast said Friday it agreed to sell NBC affiliate KMIR-TV and MyNetwork affiliate KPSE-TV, both of Palm Springs, Calif., to Virginia-based OTA Broadcasting LLC. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

The sale requires approval from the Federal Communications Commission.

Journal Broadcast is a subsidiary of Journal Communications Inc. The Milwaukee-based media company owns and operates 15 TV stations and 35 radio stations in 12 states, and also publishes the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and several community publications in Wisconsin.

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