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john fortmeyer says:
September 19, 2016 10:42 pm at
So this was always meant to be just a six-month arrangement, after which KTNT was to still lose the affiliation? I guess I am wondering if it was even worth the effort by KTNT? Why did Channel 11 agree to such a short time frame?
(By the way, I remember at age 5 or 6 flipping the dial and seeing the CBS shows on both stations. If we had lived farther north than Seattle’s U District at the time, perhaps I could have flipped the dial a little more and seen the CBS shows on a third station — KVOS 12 in Bellingham.)