American Spirit Media

American Spirit Media

American Spirit Media, LLC is a broadcasting company based in Charlotte, North Carolina. Founded by Thomas B. Henson in 2003, it owns television stations in several cities in the Southeastern United States.

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Stations Currently Owned By Raycom Media
... Charlotte WBTV 3 ... CBS This TV Acquired from Lincoln Financial Media in 2008 ... Richmond - Petersburg WWBT 12 ... NBC Acquired from Lincoln Financial Media in 2008 ... Owned by American Spirit Media, controlled by WWBT under a shared services agreement ...
WUPW - History
... with Aflac's broadcasting group to form Raycom Media ... switched their websites over to Fox Interactive Media's "MyFox" platform, becoming the first Fox stations not owned-and-operated by the network to adopt ... On January 11, 2012, it was reported that LIN Media would sell WUPW to American Spirit Media, a company owned by Thomas B ...

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