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  2. The Nashville Network - Wikipedia

    The Nashville Network was launched as a basic cable and satellite television network on March 7, 1983, operating from the now-defunct Opryland USA theme park near Nashville, Tennessee. Country Music Television (CMT), founded by Glenn D. Daniels, beat TNN's launch by two days to become the first country music cable television network.

  3. Media in Nashville, Tennessee - Wikipedia,_Tennessee

    The Nashville Network was also based in Nashville until it closed in 2000. Radio Nashville is ranked by Arbitron as the 44th-largest radio market in the United States and its territories. {cn|date=April 2022}} Its stations, licensed to Nashville and surrounding cities, include: AM FM See also Tennessee media List of newspapers in Tennessee

  4. WNAB - Wikipedia

    WNAB - Wikipedia WNAB From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Not to be confused with WMAB-TV. WNAB (channel 58) is a television station in Nashville, Tennessee, United States, affiliated with the digital multicast network Dabl.

  5. WKRN-TV - Wikipedia

    WKRN-TV (channel 2) is a television station in Nashville, Tennessee, United States, affiliated with ABC and owned by Nexstar Media Group. The station's studios are located on Murfreesboro Road (U.S. Routes 41 and 70S) on Nashville's southeast side, and its transmitter is located in Forest Hills, Tennessee.

  6. List of African-American newspapers in Tennessee - Wikipedia

    A front page of the Maryville Republican from 1867. This is a list of African-American newspapers that have been published in Tennessee. It includes both current and historical newspapers. More than 100 such papers have been published in Tennessee. The first was The Colored Tennessean, first published in Nashville on April 29, 1865.

  7. Nexstar Media Group - Wikipedia

    Nexstar Media Group, Inc. is an American publicly traded media company with headquarter offices in Irving, Texas, New York City, and Chicago.The company is the largest television station owner in the United States, owning 197 television stations across the U.S., most of which are affiliates with the four "major" U.S. television networks, The CW, and MyNetworkTV.

  8. NRB TV - Wikipedia

    (January 2022) NRB TV is an evangelical Christian cable channel founded by members of the National Religious Broadcasters, a non-partisan, international association of Christian communicators. While the NRB association is located in Manassas, Virginia, the channel's corporate headquarters is located in Nashville, Tennessee.

  9. Salem Media Group - Wikipedia

    Salem Media Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: SALM; formerly Salem Communications Corporation) is an American radio broadcaster, Internet content provider, and magazine and book publisher formerly based in Camarillo, California (moved most operations to Irving, Texas in early 2021), targeting audiences interested in Christian values and what it describes as "family-themed content and conservative values."