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April 20, 2018
Changing channels in Jacksonville

Photo: WJXT

Graham Holding's WJXT took in 25% of the market's TV revenue in 2015.

Northeast Florida Roundup

Changing channels in Jacksonville

Mark Basch | 4/26/2017

Competition is fading in the Jacksonville TV market. In January, Graham Holdings, owner of independent station WJXT, acquired CW network affiliate WCWJ — leaving Jacksonville’s six commercial TV stations in the hands of just three operators.

Tegna owns the NBC and ABC affiliates, and Cox Media runs the CBS and Fox stations.

The acquisition reflects current trends in station ownership, says BIA/Kelsey media analyst Mark Fratrik.

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