Sinclair is the largest owner of over-the-air TV stations, and it is about to make a major investment in making them even better.
It recently announced plans to keep investing in its over-the-air TV networks. Not only in the many popular ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC affiliates but in the sub networks that it owns. These networks include Comet, Charge!, and TBD.
Now it seems that Sinclair wants to invest in these smaller networks. The goal seems to be to bring more high quality content to Comet, Charge!, and TBD.
Not only is it investing in what it has now, it seems that Sinclair is working on a new over-the-air TV network called the Overlay Network. Details on Overlay are still thin, but Sinclair has said that it wants to use it to supplement its current networks in an effort to enhance them and its offerings.
Sinclair is not only investing in what it has now but is also buying a Tribune family of networks including WGN America.
Sinclair is working on this now; however, we are likely still at least a few months away from these changes happening. The good news is Sinclair is working hard to make over-the-air TV better.
Source: MultiChannel News
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