Hoak Media Corporation

Hoak Media Corporation is a broadcast media company based in Dallas, Texas. Hoak owns eighteen television stations (including satellites), all in medium and small-markets, mostly in the Great Plains states and Colorado. Hoak Media was established in August 2003.

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