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|Short Percentage of Float||5.17%|
|52-Week Range $||19.44 - 29.24|
|EPS without NRI($)||1.23||0.88|
|Industry:||Entertainment » Broadcasting - TV|
|Compare:||TV, CBS, GTN, SKDTY, TVBCY » details|
|Traded in other countries:||L2M.Germany,|
|LIN Media LLC, formerly LIN TV Corp., was incorporated on February 11, 1998. The Company is a local multimedia company that operates or services approximately 43 television stations and seven digital channels in 23 U.S. markets, and a diverse portfolio of web sites, apps and mobile products. Its television stations deliver superior local news, community service, and popular sports and entertainment programming to viewers, reaching U.S. television homes. All of its television stations are affiliated with a national broadcast network and are primarily located in the top 75 Designated Market Areas as measured by Nielsen Media Research. Its digital media division operates from 31 markets across the country, including New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, Detroit and Washington D.C. The Company provides free, over-the-air broadcasts of its programming 24 hours per day to the communities its are licensed to serve. In its local markets, it competes directly against other local broadcast stations and cable networks carried on cable, satellite television and telecommunication systems for audience. It also competes with online video services, including local news websites and websites such as hulu.com, Netflix and Amazon Prime. Its television operations are subject to the jurisdiction of the FCC.|
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|LIN TV Corp. (TVL) President and CEO Vincent L Sadusky sells 3,440 Shares Dec 20 2010|
|LIN TV Corp. (TVL) Sr.VP CFO Richard J Schmaeling sells 1,030 Shares Dec 20 2010|
|LIN TV Corp. (TVL) President and CEO Vincent L Sadusky sells 13,600 Shares Sep 14 2010|