marketing agreement

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  • Gray would have operated the station under a local marketing agreement.
  • Bostwick had already been operating the station for several years under a local marketing agreement.
  • The stations would have remained operated by Sinclair under a local marketing agreement.
  • It entered into a local marketing agreement to operate the station until the completion of the sale.
  • It is operated by Spanish Broadcasting System under a local marketing agreement.
  • Radio One operated the station under a local marketing agreement beginning in August 2001.
  • This is done on the basis of a management or marketing agreement, a joint venture or an association.
  • This is known as a local marketing agreement.
  • A marketing agreement was also entered into with then-major search engine/portal Lycos.
  • However, broadcasters still used local marketing agreements to help transition acquired stations to their new owners.
  • In the same year, following a marketing agreement between the operators, a joint central area map that included all the lines was published.
  • WPBN will continue to operate WGTU through local marketing agreement when the deal is completed.
  • Eventually, the station was leased in a local marketing agreement to various Spanish broadcasters.
  • Glencairn eventually bought ten more stations, and Sinclair controlled all their operations via local marketing agreements.
  • The company took over the day-to-day operations of the stations via local marketing agreements on June 25.
  • The liberal talk format was operated by Hanni and associates under a local marketing agreement.
  • The new owners immediately entered into a local marketing agreement with Abry-owned WTTO.
  • Two years later, Tom O'Brien signed a local marketing agreement to take over the station's operations.
  • As part of the deal, the new owners began operating the stations through a local marketing agreement on February 1.
  • However, the new owner entered into a local marketing agreement (LMA) so the stations could continue to be commonly operated.
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