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TEGNA renews affiliation agreements with ABC

TEGNA Inc. entered into a multiyear deal to renew the station affiliation agreements for all of its nine ABC (US)-affiliated television stations.

The agreement includes TEGNA-owned ABC affiliates WFAA in Dallas; KXTV in Sacramento, Calif.; KVUE in Austin, Texas; WVEC in Norfolk, Va.; WZZM in Grand Rapids, Mich.; WJXX in Jacksonville, Fla.; WHAS in Louisville, Ky.; KIII in Corpus Christi, Texas; and KBMT in Beaumont, Texas.

"This long-term agreement adds certainty and stability for our stations as they continue to provide their communities with valuable, must-have and multi-platform local and network content," TEGNA President and CEO Dave Lougee said.

Financial terms of the renewal were not disclosed.

TEGNA recently ended its retransmission dispute with Verizon Communications Inc. after the companies reached a new multiyear retransmission consent agreement.