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Offices: Burlington, Vermont
ABC 22 is the exclusive ABC station serving Burlington, Plattsburgh and Montreal. They carry all of ABC's top rated programs as well as extremely popular syndicated programs. Each and every week, ABC 22 reaches more than 200,000 homes and 416,500 adults 18+ in their coverage area. They are carried on over 60 cable systems throughout Vermont, New York, New Hampshire and the Province of Quebec representing 98% of the cable households in the marketplace. ABC 22's sales staff prides itself in its marketing and creative expertise.
Offices: Johnstown-Altoona-State College, Pennsylvania
WATM-TV signed on October 13, 1986. Originally WATM was an independent broadcast facilities, within 10 months of going on the air WATM became the ABC affiliate for the region. Palm Television, with a LMA for Peak Media of Pennsylvania to run the station. ABC 23 is a full-time affiliate of the ABC Television Network offering the complete ABC network program schedule, local news, and popular syndicated programming.
Offices: Memphis, Tennessee
WPTY is the ABC affiliate for the Memphis market, and is owned and operated by Clear Channel Communications. WPTY offer local advertisers the opportunity to reach a targeted, local audience with integrated on-air/online campaigns. They possess an unmatched power of promotion, driving viewers from on-air to online. Reporters have high-energy and knows how to make live shots and stand-ups advance the story.
Offices: Jacksonville, Florida
Gannett made history on March 17, 2000, when it completed its acquisition of WJXX-TV and became the first company in the country to own and operate two network affiliated stations in one TV market. Prior to joining Gannett, WJXX was owned by Allbritton Communications. It became the ABC network affiliate for the Jacksonville market in February 1999. It now operates out of WTLV's facilities. Most newscasts for both stations now are simulcast under the brand of First Coast News.

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Offices: New Orleans, Louisiana
ABC26 News has more news resources than ever before. ABC26 will continue to work with sister station WBRZ News 2 Louisiana, the ABC affiliate in Baton Rouge. ABC26 News is committed to continuing to offer their viewers complete coverage of the stories that are affecting their everyday lives during this time of rebuilding. They are an affiliate of ABC and are currently owned by Tribune Broadcasting.
ABC 30 Action News (KFSN)
Offices: Fresno, California
On May 10, 1956, the ancestor of what was to become KFSN-TV, Channel 30, began its television service to Fresno and the San Joaquin Valley. In 1971, the station was purchased by Capital Cities. Today ABC-30, a Disney Company, is one of the most watched television station in the Valley. ABC-30's programming reflects its staff's commitment to be responsive to the local community. In addition to the programs of the ABC Television Network, ABC-30 televises many of the most popular nationally syndicated programs.
ABC 33/40 (WBMA)
Offices: Birmingham, Alabama
ABC 33/40 is the ABC affiliate for the Birmingham market. In February 1999 ABC 33/40 became the #1 Newscast 10p-1035p in the following demographic: HH, A25-54, F25-54 and M25-54. The ABC 33/40 Sales Department is dedicated to customer service and quality programming. Their reporters demonstrate the ability to perform live, on-scene reporting making use of taped inserts and live interviews.
ABC Action News (WFTS)
Offices: Tampa Bay, Florida
WFTS signed on the air as an independent television station December 14, 1981. Local businessman Ian Wheeler founded it with an objective to provide Tampa Bay viewers with syndicated reruns, religious programming and movie classics.  The station was sold to Capital Cities Communications April 16, 1984. When E.W. Scripps began operation of WFTS January 2, 1986, it had a staff of 55 and a 19-hour broadcast day that featured new and classic programming targeted toward family viewership. In 1988 WFTS became a FOX affiliate. WFTS emerged as an ABC affiliate with an immediate need for a full-fledged news department.

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ABC Columbia (WOLO)
Offices: Columbia, South Carolina
Channel 25, was South Carolina’s first television station. Channel 25 signed on the air as WCOS-TV in May of 1953 as an ABC Affiliate. After struggling for several years to gain an audience the owners of WCOS-TV decided to go off the air in 1956. In 1961 local investors returned Channel 25 to the air in Columbia, as WCCA-TV, the ABC affiliate for Columbia. In 1964, Cy N. Bahakel purchased WCCA and changed the call letters to WOLO-TV.
Action News 5 (WMC)
Offices: Memphis, Tennessee
On December 1948 WMC-TV became the first television station in the states of Tennessee, Arkansas and Mississippi. As the news leader in Memphis and the Mid-South, Action News 5 is the #1 source for breaking news. WMC-TV5 broadcasts more than 30 hours of local news programming each week. WMC-TV is proud of its distinguished record of community service; providing support to a diverse roster of educational and humanitarian projects. WMC-TV5 is an NBC affiliate serving 44 counties in Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi and Missouri.
Action News 36 (WTVG)
Offices: Lexington, Kentucky
WTVQ-TV first signed on the air June 2, 1968 as WBLG-TV. WBLG-TV was founded by Lexington area businessman Roy White and was the third commercial television station to begin broadcasting in Lexington. Since the first day of operation, the station has been the ABC Television Network affiliate for Central Kentucky. In 1997 Media General gained control of WBMA. Media General's 26 network-affiliated television stations reach more than 30 percent of the television households in the Southeastern United States.
Atlanta's WB (WATL)
Offices: Atlanta, Georgia
In 1969, WATL signed on as US Communications simultaneously signed-on three independent television stations. In 1992, Renaissance and Fox both were interested in the station. Renaissance acquired the station, but after negotiations with Fox, sold the station to Fox one month after acquisition. WATL was purchased, in December 1994, by Qwest Broadcasting WATL signed a contract with the Warner Brothers Network to become Atlanta's WB affiliate beginning in 1995. WATL's ratings were strong with WB programming, and the station became a top affiliate.