Bay Area Revolution: 1 If by Land, 2 If by Drone

Kuperberg, Jonathan
January 2016
Broadcasting & Cable;1/25/2016, Vol. 146 Issue 4, p35
Trade Publication
The article offers an update on television stations in San Francisco Bay Area in California as of January 2016. KTVU Oakland was bought by Fox Television Stations to become the fourth owned-and-operated station in the market. KGO San Francisco retooled its morning program with a new team. A new production control room was established by KPIX San Francisco.


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