The managers of ABC 27 and CBS 21 said Tuesday it was too early to tell what changes may be in store for both local television stations now that an agreement is in place that requires both to be sold.
“We don’t know much and it’s to be seen (what will happen),” said Joe Lewin, the general manager of ABC 27. “We’re going to become part of the largest broadcasting group in the country. That’s what we know. That could be a very good thing.”
Lewin was referring to Sinclair Broadcasting Group, which on Mondayannounced a $985 million deal that includes the acquisition of seven ABC affiliates — including ABC 27 — and a 24-hour cable news network. Those stations are being sold by Allbritton Communications.