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  2. List of television stations in Oregon - Wikipedia

    satellite of KVAL-TV ch. 13 Eugene TBD on 4.2, Charge! on 4.3 Roseburg: Roseburg: 36 18 KTVC: 3ABN: Better Health Channel on 36.2, Nature Channel on 36.3, Vida Mejor TV on 36.4 Roseburg: Roseburg: 46 36 KTCW: NBC: satellite of KMTR ch. 16 Eugene CW on 46.2, Comet on 46.3 ~Richland/Pasco/Kennewick WA: Pendleton: 11 11 KFFX-TV: Fox: Telemundo on ...

  3. Dr. Demento - Wikipedia

    Beginning in approximately 2006, The Dr. Demento Show began offering pay-per-show audio streaming at the show's official website. Large archives from 1992 to the present, as well as a few select archives from the early 1970s, are available, but most of the syndicated programs from 1978 to 1992 are not because the broadcast rights are currently in limbo (Dial Global and later Cumulus Media ...

  4. KUCW - Wikipedia

    In February 2006, Clear Channel obtained the KUCW call letters and placed them on a Coos Bay, Oregon satellite of KMTR in Eugene, Oregon in anticipation of the acquisition of KUWB. On September 18, 2006, Clear Channel changed the calls of the Coos Bay station to KMCB and moved the KUCW calls to channel 30 to coincide with the official launch of ...

  5. List of The CW affiliates (by U.S. state) - Wikipedia

    The CW is an American television network, which launched on September 18, 2006 as a programming and management consolidation of its two predecessors The WB (majority-owned by Time Warner) and UPN (owned at the time of that network's shutdown by CBS Corporation), both of which began broadcasting in January 1995.

  6. Lifetime (TV network) - Wikipedia

    Lifetime's original content is currently composed of made-for-TV films and reality series, such as Dance Moms.The network states that it "is committed to offering the highest quality entertainment and information programming, and advocating a wide range of issues affecting women and their families."

  7. Comcast - Wikipedia

    Comcast included a 10-year commitment to the operations and funding of Sky News similar to that of Disney's offer. On June 19, 2018, Disney formally agreed to acquire Sky News as part of Fox's proposed bid, with a 15-year commitment to increase its annual funding from £90 million to £100 million.