WUPV joins the CW. Lockwood sells the station to Southeastern Media Holdings.
Lockwood Broadcast Group entered into an agreement to purchase Daystar affiliate WMAK from Word of God Fellowship while at the same filed an application with the Federal Communications Commission to change the station’s call letters to WKNX-TV.
The FCC approved the sale of WMAK to Lockwood Broadcast
Lockwood takes control of the WMAK, which converted to an independent television station with general entertainment programming format its branding was also changed to “WKNX, The Knox”.
Lockwood acquires CW affiliate WCWG in Lexington, North Carolina from Titan Broadcasting
Lockwood purchases a 51% stake in WSKY-TV, a full-power independent television station currently owned by Sky Television, LLC
Lockwood sells WQCW to Gray Television
Lockwood acquires KAKE-TV in Wichita, Kansas in a deal that includes WBXX-TV
Lockwood wins FCC Spectrum Auction bid option for WCWG to go off-air
Lockwood sells WCWG license and assets to Hearst Television
Lockwood agrees to sell WHDF to Nexstar Media Group
Lockwood purchases four Fox affiliates WTNZ in Knoxville, Tennessee; WFXG in Augusta, Georgia; WPGX in Panama City, Florida; and WDFX-TV in Dothan, Alabama from Gray Television.
Lockwood acquires Charlottesville, Virginia stations WCAV (CBS and FOX) and WVAW (ABC) from Gray Television.