Emmis sold ¾ of its New York stations, retains ¼ ownership and gets paid to manage them.
Cox sells TV and radio and retains minority ownership and management stays in place.
There’s a trend developing here to take advantage of declining station prices and help owners get out of the debt business.
In fact, there’s a third group thought to be ready to sell partial ownership next.
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