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Grit (TV network)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Grit
TypeDigital broadcast television network
(Movies)
Country
AvailabilityNationwide via digital terrestrial television
(covering 86% of the U.S.)[1]
FoundedApril 3, 2014; 7 years ago (2014-04-03)
by Jonathan Katz
SloganTelevision with backbone
HeadquartersAtlanta, Georgia
OwnerKatz Broadcasting, LLC
(E. W. Scripps Company)
ParentGrit Media, LLC
Key people
Jonathan Katz (president
CEO, Katz Broadcasting)
Bill Cox (SVP of programming, Grit)[2]
Launch date
August 18, 2014; 6 years ago (2014-08-18)[3]
Picture format
480i 16:9 widescreen or 4:3 letterbox
AffiliatesList of Grit affiliates
Official website
www.grittv.com

Grit is an American free-to-air television network owned by the Katz Broadcasting subsidiary of the E. W. Scripps Company.[4] The network features classic TV series and western feature films targeted at men between the ages of 25 and 54 years old.

The network is available in many media markets via the digital subchannels of free-to-air television stations and on the digital tiers of select cable providers through a local affiliate of the network.

Originally, Katz sold the network to affiliated TV stations via ad split, but by October 2015 had moved to paying carriage fees in exchange for distributing the network's ad inventory.[5]1 Grit used direct response advertising as a meter of viewers before switching to Nielsen rating C-3.[5]3 It is available on Dish Network channel 217.

History

Grit was announced by Katz Broadcasting along with a sister network Escape on April 3, 2014, with a formal launch scheduled for that summer with initial affiliates announced at this time being Univision Communications owned stations.[4] On August 11, 2014, Katz announced that the two networks would launch simultaneously on August 18. Grit launched at Noon Eastern Time on that date,[6] with the 1952 film High Noon as the network's inaugural broadcast, leading off a week-long festival of John Wayne films.[3]

Katz estimated, based on direct response advertising business by September 2015, the network had over 250,000 prime time viewer and available in 91 million homes and 81% of the country. At that time, Grit along with its sister network, Escape, were signing up for national ratings from Nielsen. Previously handling the network's direct response advertising, Marathon Ventures would continue after the change over with advertising and sponsorship sales.[7]

Following Scripps' acquisition of Ion Media on January 7, 2021, Grit was moved out of subchannels of Univision-owned-and-operated stations, moving them to subchannels of Ion O&O stations.[8]

Programming

Grit's program schedule is a mix of action/adventure television series and westerns such as Death Valley Days, Laramie, The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp, and Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theatre, along with films encompassing the aforementioned genres.[9]

Katz Broadcasting president and CEO Jonathan Katz based the demographic-targeted concept of Escape and Grit after Bounce TV, a network Katz co-founded with Martin Luther King III and Andrew Young in 2011 that is targeted at African-American audiences. Katz stated Grit and Escape are "the country’s first ever male-centric and female-centric broadcast networks," featuring different programming from other classic television multicast networks that Katz referred to as "generic brands with generic names, created by studios to serve the studios."[10]

Movies

Grit's program schedule features an extensive library of films through multi-year program licensing agreements with several major film studios: Warner Bros. Pictures,[11] Universal Pictures,[12] Paramount Pictures[13] and Sony Pictures Entertainment.[14]

Affiliates

As of June 2016, Grit has current or pending affiliation agreements with television stations covering approximately 78% of the United States.[15]

When the network was first announced, Grit entered into an affiliation agreement with Univision Communications, which launched the network in 24 markets served by a station owned by the group or operated through local marketing agreements with Entravision Communications – giving Grit affiliates in 12 of the 20 largest U.S. television markets (including markets such as New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Dallas-Fort Worth). The network immediately sought carriage on the digital subchannels of television stations owned by other broadcasting companies;[4] on June 17, 2014, Katz signed group deals to carry Grit on stations owned and/or operated by Raycom Media in 26 markets (Raycom was merged into Gray Television at the start of 2019).[16]

On July 17, 2014, Katz announced affiliation deals with the Cox Media Group to carry Grit on WFTV in Orlando and KMYT-TV in Tulsa; as well as KJWP in the Philadelphia market, and Citadel Communications-owned stations in Providence (WLNE-TV) and Lincoln (KLKN). It also expanded its affiliation deal with Univision Communications to add stations in Washington, D.C., San Francisco, and Phoenix to the network's originally announced Univision-owned charter affiliates.[17][18]

On October 9, 2014, the Sinclair Broadcast Group announced that it would carry the network on stations it owns and/or operates in 47 markets.[19] The deal lasted for three years, and Sinclair dropped the network on their stations from February 2017 until the start of 2018 in preference for their co-owned network with MGM (and Grit's most direct competitor), Charge!.

On November 16, 2015, Katz announced an affiliation deal with Media General adding the network to five more markets.[20]

On June 15, 2016, Katz announced a more affiliation deal with Nexstar Broadcasting Group and Cordillera Communications's KATC-TV.[21]

Following Scripps' acquisition of Ion Media in January 2021, Scripps moved many of its subchannels, including Grit, to Ion-owned stations.[8]

List of affiliates

Starting December 8, 2018

City of license/market Station[22] Virtual
channel
Owner Launch date Notes †

Alabama

Birmingham WBRC 6.3 Gray Television August 18, 2014
Hoover (Birmingham) WPXH-TV 44.4 Inyo Broadcast Holdings
(Inyo Broadcast Licenses LLC)
March 1, 2021
Huntsville WAFF 48.3 Gray Television August 18, 2014
Montgomery WSFA 12.3
Mobile-Pensacola-
Fort Walton Beach
WJTC 44.2 Deerfield Media January 1, 2015
Ozark (Dothan) WDFX-TV 34.3 Lockwood Broadcast Group August 18, 2014

Arizona

Phoenix KASW 61.3 E.W. Scripps Company August 2016
KTVW-DT 33.3 Univision Communications August 18, 2014
Tucson KOLD-TV 13.3 Gray Television

Arkansas

Fayetteville KNWA-TV 51.3 Nexstar Media Group September 2016

California

Hanford (Fresno) KFTV-DT 21.4 Univision Communications August 18, 2014
MontereySalinas KMMD-CD 39.3 Caballero Television January 22, 2018
Ontario (Los Angeles) KFTR-DT 46.4 Univision Communications August 18, 2014
San Bernardino (Los Angeles) KPXN-TV 30.3 Ion Media Networks
(Subsidiary of E.W. Scripps Company)
March 1, 2021
Inglewood (Los Angeles) KILM 64.1 Ion Media Networks
(Subsidiary of E.W. Scripps Company)
March 1, 2021
San Diego KFMB-TV 8.3 Tegna July 2016
San Jose (SF Bay Area) KKPX-TV 65.4 Ion Media Networks March 1, 2021
Santa Maria (Santa Barbara) KCOY-TV 12.3 News-Press & Gazette Company March 30, 2018
Stockton (Sacramento) KTFK-DT 64.4 Univision Communications
Vallejo (SFOAKSJ) KFSF-DT 66.4 August 18, 2014

Colorado

Denver KPXC-TV 59.6 Inyo Broadcast Holdings March 1, 2021
Sterling (Denver) KCDO-TV 3.1 E.W. Scripps Company

Connecticut

New Haven WCTX 59.2 Nexstar Media Group
New London
(Hartford-New Haven)
WHPX-TV 26.4 Inyo Broadcast Holdings March 1, 2021

Delaware

Wilmington (Philadelphia, PA) WDPN-TV 2.3 Maranatha Broadcasting Company, Inc. August 18, 2014
WPPX-TV 61.3 Ion Media Networks March 1, 2021

Florida

Bradenton (Tampa Bay Area) WXPX-TV 66.3 Ion Media Networks March 1, 2021
Fort Myers WFTX 36.4 E.W. Scripps Company
Hollywood (Miami) WAMI-DT 69.4 Univision Communications August 18, 2014
Jacksonville WRCZ-LD 35.1 DTV America Corporation October 2, 2017
Lake Worth (West Palm Beach) WPXP-TV 67.5 Inyo Broadcast Holdings March 1, 2021
Melbourne (Orlando) WOPX-TV 56.4 Ion Media Networks
Miami WPXM-TV 35.3
Orlando WRDQ 27.4 Cox Media Group April 15, 2015
Panama City WPGX 28.3 Lockwood Broadcast Group August 18, 2014
TampaSt. Petersburg WFTS-TV 28.3 E. W. Scripps Company April 15, 2015
West Palm Beach WFLX 29.3 Gray Television
(operated by the E. W. Scripps Company)
August 18, 2014

Georgia

Atlanta WGCL-TV 46.3 Meredith Corporation [15]
Augusta WFXG 54.3 Lockwood Broadcast Group August 18, 2014
Brunswick (Jacksonville, FL) WPXC-TV 21.4 Ion Media Networks March 1, 2021
Columbus WTVM 9.3 Gray Television August 18, 2014
Savannah WTOC-TV 11.3 March 18, 2015

Hawaii

Honolulu KHNL 13.3 Gray Television August 18, 2014
Kaneohe (Honolulu) KPXO-TV 66.3 Inyo Broadcast Holdings March 1, 2021

Idaho

Boise KNIN 9.3 Gray Television March 2, 2017
Idaho Falls/Pocatello KPIF 15.3 Pocatello Channel 15, LLC October 2, 2017
Nampa (Boise) KTRV-TV 12.3 Inyo Broadcast Holdings March 1, 2021

Illinois

Champaign WCIA 3.4 Nexstar Media Group August 23, 2016
East St. Louis (St. Louis, MO) WRBU 46.3 Ion Media Networks March 1, 2021
Joliet (Chicago) WGBO-DT 66.3 Univision Communications August 18, 2014
Rockford WTVO 17.4 Nexstar Media Group September 1, 2016

Indiana

Evansville WFIE 14.3 Gray Television October 28, 2014
Fort Wayne WISE-TV 33.3 Quincy Media May 1, 2019
Indianapolis WRTV 6.2 E. W. Scripps Company October 1, 2016
Terre Haute WAWV-TV 38.2 Nexstar Media Group August 23, 2016

Iowa

Cedar Rapids KPXR-TV 48.2 Ion Media Networks March 1, 2021
OttumwaKeokuk, IAKirksville, MO KYOU-TV 15.3 American Spirit Media
(operated by Gray Television)
August 18, 2014 Moved from 15.2, which joined NBC January 24, 2018

Kansas

Derby (Wichita) KDCU-DT 31.2 Entravision Communications Launched July 2, 2018
LawrenceKansas City, MO KMCI-TV 38.4 E. W. Scripps Company Launched April 15, 2015
Wichita KGPT-CD 26.3 Great Plains Television Network

Kentucky

Bowling Green WCZU-LD 39.5 DTV America Corporation September 23, 2016
Louisville WAVE 3.2 Gray Television August 18, 2014
Newport (Cincinnati, Ohio) WXIX-TV 19.3 July 2015
Richmond (Lexington) WUPX-TV 67.3 Inyo Broadcast Holdings March 1, 2021

Louisiana

Baton Rouge WBXH-CD 39.3 Gray Television August 1, 2015
Lafayette KATC-TV 3.3 E. W. Scripps Company June 28, 2016
Lake Charles KPLC 7.4 Gray Television December 31, 2015 Moved to KPLC-TV DT4 when the CW was added in its old DT2 slot on August 31, 2017
Monroe/El Dorado KARD 14.3 Nexstar Media Group September 12, 2016
New Orleans WVUE-DT 8.3 Gray Television August 18, 2014
WPXL-TV 49.2 Ion Media Networks March 1, 2021
Shreveport KSLA 12.2 Gray Television December 31, 2015

Maine

Bangor WVII 7.3 Rockfleet Broadcasting
Lewiston (Portland) WIPL 35.4 Ion Media Networks March 1, 2021

Maryland

Salisbury WGDV-LD 32.6 Marquee Broadcasting October 2016

Massachusetts

Marlborough (Boston) WUNI 66.4 Univision Communications
(operated by Entravision Communications)
April 1, 2017
New Bedford (Providence, RI) WLNE-TV 6.2 Standard Media August 18, 2014

Michigan

Ann Arbor (Detroit) WPXD-TV 31.3 Inyo Broadcast Holdings March 1, 2021
Battle CreekKalamazooGrand Rapids WOTV 41.3 Nexstar Media Group January 2016
WZPX-TV 43.3 Inyo Broadcast Holdings March 1, 2021
Lake CityCadillacTraverse City WMNN-LD 26.5 Freelancer Television Broadcasting early 2016 Replaced original Grit affiliate WPBN-DT3
Mount ClemensDetroit WADL 38.2 Adell Broadcasting Corporation July 15, 2015
Marquette WLUC-TV 6.3 Gray Television Group January 2014
Saginaw WAQP 49.6 TCT March 2021

Minnesota

Mankato-St. James K16CG-D 16.6 Cooperative Television
Minneapolis-St. Paul KWJM-LD 15.3 HC2 Holdings
Redwood Falls K46FY-D 46.1 Redwood TV Improvement Corporation
St. Cloud (MinneapolisSt. Paul) KPXM-TV 41.3 Ion Media Networks March 1, 2021

Mississippi

Jackson WDBD 40.3 Gray Television October 2014

Missouri

Cape GirardeauPaducah, KY KFVS-TV 12.3 Gray Television October 6, 2014
ColumbiaJefferson City KQFX-LD 22.3 News-Press & Gazette Company April 6, 2018
Joplin KODE-TV 12.2 Nexstar Media Group August 25, 2016
Kansas City KPXE-TV 50.3 Inyo Broadcast Holdings March 1, 2021
Springfield KOLR 10.3 Nexstar Media Group August 20, 2016
St. Joseph KNPG-LD 21.5 News-Press & Gazette Company April 6, 2018

Montana

BillingsHardin KHMT 4.3 Nexstar Media Group September 2, 2016

Nebraska

Lincoln KLKN 8.2 Citadel Communications August 18, 2014

New Jersey

Paterson (New York City) WXTV-DT 41.4 Univision Communications August 18, 2014

New Mexico

Albuquerque KWBQ 19.2 Tamer Media January 11, 2016
Roswell KRWB-TV 21.2

New York

Amsterdam (Albany) WYPX-TV 55.4 Inyo Broadcast Holdings March 1, 2021
Batavia (Buffalo) WPXJ-TV 51.3
Binghamton WBNG-TV 12.5 Quincy Media 2019
Buffalo WKBW-TV 7.4 E. W. Scripps Company June 2017
New York City WPXN-TV 31.2 Ion Media Networks March 1, 2021
Syracuse WSPX-TV 56.3
Utica WUTR 20.3 Mission Broadcasting
(operated by Nexstar Media Group)
September 3, 2016

North Carolina

Burlington (Greensboro) WGPX-TV 16.2 Inyo Broadcast Holdings March 1, 2021
Charlotte WBTV 3.4 Gray Television October 8, 2014
Greenville WEPX-TV 38.3 Ion Media Networks March 1, 2021
W35DW-D 45.1 DTV America Corporation Unknown Future
Jacksonville WPXU-TV 35.3 Ion Media Networks March 1, 2021 Operates as a satellite station of WEPX-TV
Rocky Mount (Triangle Region) WRPX-TV 47.4
Wilmington WSFX-TV 26.3 American Spirit Media
(operated by Gray Television)
August 18, 2014

North Dakota

Bismarck/Minot KNDB 26.3 BEK Sports Network, Inc August 2018
KNDM 24.3
Fargo/Valley City/Grand Forks KRDK-TV 4.6 (24) Major Market Broadcasting January 2015

Ohio

Akron (Cleveland) WVPX-TV 23.2 Inyo Broadcast Holdings March 1, 2021
Cincinnati WXIX-TV 19.4 Gray Television July 2015
Cleveland WEWS-TV 5.2 E. W. Scripps Company April 14, 2017 Replaced Cozi TV[23][24]
Toledo WTOL 11.3 Tegna November 18, 2014

Oklahoma

Oklahoma City KOPX-TV 62.4 Inyo Broadcast Holdings March 1, 2021
KSBI 52.4 Griffin Communications Launched October 1, 2018[25][26]
Okmulgee (Tulsa) KTPX-TV 44.4 Ion Media Networks March 1, 2021
Tulsa KMYT-TV 41.3 Cox Media Group August 18, 2014

Pennsylvania

Erie WFXP 66.3 Nexstar Media Group August 28, 2016
Johnstown/Altoona/State College WTAJ-TV 10.4 October 2017
Pittsburgh WPCW 19.3 CBS Corporation July 1, 2017
Scranton (Wilkes-Barre) WQPX-TV 64.4 Ion Media Networks March 1, 2021
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton WBRE-TV 28.3 Nexstar Media Group August 27, 2016

Puerto Rico

Culebra W46EO-D 45.1 TV Red de Puerto Rico, Inc.

South Carolina

Charleston WCSC-TV 5.3 Gray Television December 31, 2015
Columbia WIS 10.2
WZRB 47.4 Ion Media Networks March 1, 2021
Greenville WHNS 21.5 Meredith Corporation 2015
Myrtle Beach WMBF-TV 32.5 Gray Television August 18, 2014

Tennessee

Chattanooga WDEF-TV 12.4 Morris Multimedia January 8, 2018
Franklin (Nashville) WNPX-TV 28.3 Ion Media Networks March 1, 2021
Knoxville WTNZ 43.3 Lockwood Broadcast Group August 18, 2014
Memphis WMC 5.3 Gray Television December 31, 2015
WPXX-TV 50.4 Inyo Broadcast Holdings March 1, 2021
Nashville WKRN-TV 2.4 Nexstar Media Group 2017

Texas

Abilene KRBC-TV 9.2 Nexstar Media Group August 25, 2016
Alvin (Houston) KFTH-DT 67.3 Univision Communications August 18, 2014
Amarillo KCIT 14.2 Nexstar Media Group August 25, 2016 Replaced This TV
Austin KNVA 54.2 January 29, 2016[27]
Arlington (Dallas) KPXD-TV 68.3 Ion Media Networks March 1, 2021
Brownsville/Harlingen, Texas KGBT-TV 4.5 Mission Broadcasting
(operated by Nexstar Media Group)
January 28, 2020[28]
Conroe (Houston) KPXB-TV 49.3 Ion Media Networks March 1, 2021
DallasFort Worth KSTR-DT 49.3 Univision Communications August 18, 2014
Del Rio (San Antonio) KYVV-TV 28.1 Stryker Media LLC July 1, 2018
El Paso KINT-TV 26.2 Entravision Communications June 2018
Jacksonville (TylerLongview) KETK-TV 56.2 Nexstar Media Group
Laredo KXOF-CD 31.4 Entravision Communications July 23, 2018
Lubbock KCBD 11.3 Gray Television August 18, 2014
Midland-Odessa KMID 2.4 Nexstar Media Group September 2016
San Angelo KLST 8.3 August 25, 2016
San Antonio KWEX-DT 41.3 Univision Communications August 18, 2014
Wichita Falls KJTL 18.3 Nexstar Media Group September 1, 2016

Utah

Provo (Salt Lake City) KUCW 30.3 Nexstar Media Group September 2, 2016
KUPX-TV 16.2 Ion Media Networks March 1, 2021

Vermont

Burlington WVNY 22.3 Nexstar Media Group August 23, 2016

Virginia

Arlington (Washington, D.C.) WFDC-DT 14.3 Univision Communications
(operated by Entravision Communications
August 18, 2014
Ashland (Richmond) WUPV 65.3 Gray Television

Washington

Bellevue (Seattle) KWPX-TV 33.4 Ion Media Networks March 1, 2021
Tacoma-Seattle KSTW 11.3 CBS Corporation 2017
Spokane KGPX-TV 34.3 Inyo Broadcast Holdings March 1, 2021
Vancouver (Portland, Oregon) KPDX 49.4 Meredith Corporation February 2017

West Virginia

Charleston WLPX-TV 29.4 Ion Media Networks March 1, 2021
Huntington-Charleston WOWK-TV 13.4 Nexstar Media Group October 2017

Wisconsin

Antigo (Wausau) WTPX-TV 46.2 Ion Media Networks March 1, 2021
Green Bay WACY-TV 32.2 E. W. Scripps Company August 11, 2015
Kenosha (Milwaukee) WPXE-TV 55.4 Ion Media Networks March 1, 2021
La Crosse WLAX 25.4 Nexstar Media Group August 30, 2016
Madison WIFS 57.8 Byrne Acquisition Group, LLC April 30, 2018
Milwaukee WTMJ-TV 4.4 E. W. Scripps Company March 2018 moved to WTMJ from WCGV-DT3 (24.3), which left the air January 8, 2018[29]
Wausau WJFW-TV 12.3 Rockfleet Broadcasting

Former affiliates

Market Station Channel Current owner Years of affiliation Notes
Fort Smith
(Arkansas)
KFLU-LD 20.2 HC2 Holdings 2015-2016 Replaced by Court TV
Lewiston
(Idaho)
KLEW-TV 3.3 Sinclair Broadcasting Group 2015-2018 Replaced by Stadium
Baltimore
(Maryland)
WUTB 24.2 Deerfield Media 2014-2017
Boston
(Massachusetts)
WWJE-DT 50.4 Univision Communications
Bay City
(Michigan)
WBSF 46.3 Cunningham Broadcasting 2015-2017 Replaced by Charge!
Midland
(Michigan)
WFKB-LD 38.1 HC2 Holdings 2014-2020 Went off the air
Jefferson City
(Missouri)
KRCG 13.3 Sinclair Broadcasting Group 2015-2017 Replaced by Charge!
Kansas City
(Missouri)
KMCI 38.4 E.W. Scripps Company 2015-2020 Replaced by Court TV
Reno
(Nevada)
KRXI-TV 11.3 Sinclair Broadcasting Group 2014-2018 Replaced by Antenna TV
Buffalo
(New York City)
WUTV 29.3 2014-2017 Replaced by Charge!
Rochester
(New York City)
WHAM 13.3 Deerfield Media 2015-2017
Syracuse
(New York City)
WTVH 5.2 Sinclair Broadcasting Group
Cleveland
(Ohio)
WUAB 43.3 Gray Television 2014-2018
Columbus
(Ohio)
WWHO 53.2 Sinclair Broadcasting Group 2015-2017 Replaced by Charge!
Dayton
(Ohio)
WKEF 22.3/22.4 Replaced by TBD
Lancaster
(Pennsylvania)
WXBU 15.1 Howard Stirk Holdings 2016-2017 Replaced by Comet and TBD
Nashville
(Tennessee)
WNAB 58.3 Sinclair Broadcasting Group 2015-2017 Replaced by Charge!
Beaumont
(Texas)
KDFM 6.3 2014-2018 Replaced by Charge! and Fox
Brownsville
(Texas)
KVEO-TV 23.4 Nexstar Media Group 2014-2020
Norfolk
(Virginia)
WTVZ-TV 33.3/33.4 Sinclair Broadcasting Group 2014-2017 Replaced by Comet and TBD
Yakima
(Washington)
KIMA-TV 29.3 2015-2018 Replaced by Stadium
Tri-Cities
(Washington)
KEPR-TV 19.3 2015-2018 Replaced by Stadium
Charleston
(West Virginia)
WCHS-TV 8.3 2015-2017 Replaced by Charge!
Madison
(Wisconsin)
WMSN-TV 47.3 2014-2017
Saginaw
(Michigan)
WFKB-LD 38.1 HC2 Holdings 2019-2020 Station off the air

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