Overlapping Groups in Cox Media Group’s Television Markets

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Cox Media Group is in the enviable position has Gannett, its nearest peer competitor, has only seven TV stations within Cox Media Group’s footprint of 14 stations.

Group Overlap– When two broadcast ownership groups are compared to determine the TV market overlap of one group or the other. All channels, and subchannels, are counted for total duplicated households since competition is measured across total channels. Typically for editorial reasons educational, religious, LPTV-no cable, and other groups may be hidden from results.

Wave Broadband’s Seattle Systems Are Cox Media Group’s Richest Footprint

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Even though Wave Broadband is one of the smallest MVPD providers carrying Cox Media Stations the overbuilder has the highest median home value in the Atlanta-based broadcaster’s markets.

Median Home Value– Value is the respondent’s estimate, to the U.S. Census Bureau, of how much the property (house and lot) would sell for if it were for sale.

Median Household Income– Matching the broadcast groups households to the U.S. Census Data. This includes the income of the householder and all other individuals 15 years old and over in the household, whether they are related to the householder or not.

Roster of Cox Media Group’s 34 Channels

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Cox Media Group picks up two FOX affiliates and two Movies! channels with the purchase of WFXT-TV 25 Boston and WHBQ-TV 13 Memphis.

Footnotes:

Households- Determined by matching the FCC contour maps to the U.S. Census Data County maps and then tallied on market basis.

Markets– Determined by matching the FCC contour maps to the U.S. Census Data county maps and then tallied to determine TV markets and household estimates. Across Platforms’ methodology is a unique process and an estimate.

Gannett Is Cox Media Group’s Biggest Competitor

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Download Cox Media Group’s Atlanta media kit with images

Footnotes:

Group Overlap- When two broadcast ownership groups are compared to determine the TV market overlap of one group or the other. All channels, and subchannels, are counted for total duplicated households since competition is measured across total channels. Typically for editorial reasons educational, religious, LPTV-no cable, and other groups may be hidden from results.

Cox Media Group Broadcasting 16 Different Networks Across 14 TV Stations

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WSB-TV 2 ABC Atlanta, located in the same city as Cox Media Group’s corporate office, is considered the flagship station for the group. WSB also broadcasts ME-TV Network on a subchannel.



Footnotes:

Unduplicated Households: The households in the market are counted once even if the network is broadcast on TV stations reaching different sections of large markets or the TV station has multiple channels broadcasting in a market.