The Wolfe family has sold 10TV, WBNS, WBNS AM and FM to TEGNA Inc.
Included in the sale is also the NBC television station in Indy, at a sale price of $535 million.
The announcement came TUESDAY morning from the company out of Tysons, Virginia. The company currently owns 49 television stations in 41 markets, and is the largest group owner of NBC-affiliated stations and the second-largest group owner of CBS affiliated stations.
TEGNA, whose name was derived from the letters in Gannett, owns two other Ohio television stations — WKYC (Channel 3), an NBC affiliate in Cleveland, and WTOL (Channel 11), a CBS affiliate in Toledo.
There was no reason as into why the Wolfe family has sold their station.
Courtesy of the Columbus Dispatch.com