Marshall Broadcasting
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Marshall Broadcasting
Marshall Broadcasting Group, Inc.
Industry Broadcast Television
Television Production
Founded 2014
Headquarters Houston, Texas
Area served
Flag of the United States.svg United States (Midwest, and South Central regions)
Key people
Pluria Marshall, Jr., President/CEO
Products Broadcast television

Marshall Broadcasting Group, Inc. is a television broadcasting company that owns three full power television stations in the United States. The company was founded in 2014 by Pluria Marshall, Jr. All three of its television stations are affiliated with the Fox and are operated through shared services agreements by the Nexstar Media Group.

In 2014, Nexstar Broadcasting Group acquired the stock of television operators Grant Broadcasting, Communications Corporation of America, and White Knight Broadcasting. Due to FCC ownership limits, Nexstar sold former Grant station KLJB in Davenport, Iowa, and former ComCorp stations KPEJ-TV in Odessa, Texas and KMSS-TV in Shreveport, Louisiana, all three of which are Fox affiliates, to Marshall Broadcasting. Nexstar operates all three of the television stations owned by Marshall Broadcasting through a shared services agreement, providing non-programming resources to the stations such as master control, advertising sales, and engineering support.[1][2]


Current Marshall Broadcasting properties include:


  1. ^ "Nexstar Selling 3 Fox Affils For $58.5 Million". TVNewsCheck. Retrieved 2015.
  2. ^ "Nexstar Plans Sale of Three Fox Affiliates For $58.5 Million". Broadcasting & Cable. Retrieved 2016.
  3. ^ Consummation Notice for KLJB, CDBS Public Access, Federal Communications Commission, Retrieved 22 April, 2015.
  4. ^ a b Consummation Notice for KMSS-TV/KPEJ-TV, CDBS Public Access, Federal Communications Commission, Retrieved 22 April, 2015.

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