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  2. List of newspapers in Arkansas - Wikipedia

    The Morning News [27] 2009 [27] Merged with the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette' s northwest operation [27] Mountain View Herald. Mountain View. 1932. 1953. Merged with the Stone County Leader.

  3. National CineMedia - Wikipedia

    National CineMedia (NCM) is an American cinema advertising company.NCM displays ads to U.S. consumers in movie theaters, online and through mobile technology. NCM presents cinema advertising across a digital in-theater network, consisting of theaters owned by AMC Entertainment (excluding certain theaters whose advertising is fulfilled by Screenvision after AMC's purchase of Carmike Cinemas ...

  4. NewsNet - Wikipedia

    NewsNet. NewsNet (stylized as NEWSnet) is an American news-oriented free-to-air television network and newscast production company owned by Bridge News, LLC, a corporation jointly owned by Manoj Bhargava (as MBX Wyoming, Inc.) and Eric Wotila, the network's founder. [1] The network is structured to broadcast a tightly-formatted 30-minute ...

  5. Stephens Media (newspapers) - Wikipedia

    The company was called Donrey Media Group, which was founded by Arkansas media mogul Donald W. Reynolds and based in Fort Smith, Arkansas. After Reynolds died in 1993 at the age of 86, the company was sold to the Stephens family of Arkansas, known for their Little Rock investment banking business Stephens Inc.

  6. KARZ-TV - Wikipedia

    KARZ-TV (channel 42) is a television station in Little Rock, Arkansas, United States, affiliated with MyNetworkTV.It is owned by Nexstar Media Group alongside NBC affiliate KARK-TV (channel 4); Nexstar also provides certain services to Fox affiliate KLRT-TV (channel 16) and Pine Bluff–licensed CW affiliate KASN (channel 38) under joint sales and shared services agreements (JSA/SSA) with ...

  7. KPBA (1270 AM) - Wikipedia

    Transmitter coordinates. 34°10′N 92°01′W  / . 34.17°N 92.01°W. / 34.17; -92.01. KPBA (1270 AM) was an American AM radio station transmitting from Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Launched as KADL in 1960 by Jefferson County Broadcasting Company, as part of the Southwestern Broadcasting group, KPBA had its license cancelled by the FCC in 2005.

  8. Paxton Media Group - Wikipedia

    Paxton Media Group of Paducah, Kentucky, is a privately held media company with holdings that include newspapers and a TV station, WPSD-TV in Paducah. David M. Paxton is president and CEO. The company owns 32 daily newspapers and numerous weekly newspapers, mostly in the southern United States. Daily circulation totals 350,000.