The Wolfe media dynasty is approaching the door into history.
And Tegna’s buying binge continues.
Selling price: $535 million.
The Wolfe family’s media company influenced Ohio’s capital city for more than a century.
Tegna announced the sale that includes Columbus’ top-rated WBNS and WBNS-AM and WBNS-FM radio and top-rated WTHR in Indianapolis.
Back in 2015, Dispatch sold “The Columbus Dispatch” newspaper to GateHouse Media for $47 million.
Tegna owns 49 television stations in 41 markets.