KB Broadcasting Radio Stations Group
Ben's Holdings Television Stations
Ben's Owned Television Stations
El Poi Owned Television Stations
Crystal Television Stations
KB Broadcasting Television Stations Group
August 2017-January 2019
ITV Television Stations
Laserium Television Stations
In July 2016, Laserium Television Stations acquired the commercial and media medium rights to Peugeotland 2017, Townsville 2019, Allameda 2021, Sunnydale 2023, Melbourne 2025, Topeka 2027 and Angel Grove 2029. In 2017/2018, Laserium Television Stations sold its rights and assets to Old Dominion Media. The company still remained in operation, and soon transferred into a new internal company called Octagon Cable Entertainment. Before rebranding, they acquired all the former Laser Sonic Network, DuMont Television Network, UBT and GoAnimate Network O&Os, along with the companies Suius M&E Hispanic Networks and GBC Television Stations. All of them became affiliated with a new channel called Octagon.
Octagon Television Stations
On January 30, 2019, Octagon Television Stations merged to form Qualis Television Stations Group.
WFXM Partnership Inc.
Old Dominion Stations Group
Zits International Stations
Qube Media Inc.
Qualis Television Stations Group
2019Champion Digital Broadcasting and shut down operations. However, after many months of negotiations, on October 29, 2019, only WATT-TV, WMAX and WSDE were sold to CDB, while the rest was sold to Quest Media&Entertainment.
CubenRocks Owned Stations
Zabrus Global Media
In January 2020, CPN Holdings revived QTSG under a new name and as a television stations-focused joint venture with RedStrong Holdings. RKO Television Stations and CubenRocks Owned Stations also merged into Zabrus Global Media later, with RKO Holdings taking part in the joint venture. Shortly before re-establishment, they bought out the newspapers division of RKO Publishing.
The merger was then investigated by the FCC, who told Zabrus to sell off stations or have the company "disintegrated". In March 2020, Zabrus Global Media reached a deal with Hyper Television Stations and T&C Television Stations for the sale of 286 television stations. (143 stations will become part of Hyper, while the other 143 goes to T&C.)
Due to the sale of stations to Aberic Holdings, Rubrum (formerly RedStrong) may be pulled out of the joint venture in the near future, right before its merger into Aberic Holdings.
|V • T • E RKO|
| Predecessor: RKO Holdings, LLC|
Split from: CPN Holdings
RKO Network (HD | 3D | +1):
1 Operated by Zabrus Global Media.