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Satterlee, B. (2014) said the necessary conditions include (1) expanding markets (2) gaining access to resources, (3) cutting costs (4) capitalizing
Cost, in Media Communication Industry Aaron Weiss, (2011) said, on QUORA …….
Anywhere from tens of thousands to millions of dollars, depending on the station.
Bare "maintenance" of broadcast equipment would include a master control switcher, a few satellite receivers, a few tape decks, and a transmitter. That’s pretty cheap, assuming you own it all and it doesn’t break regularly.
Of course, then you’d have a TV station with no programming. Stations pay for syndicated programming, and many stations now pay their networks as well, a reversal of the traditional model in which networks paid their affiliates. Programming costs vary wildly depending on the size of the market and the popularity of the show — it’s relatively cheap to run Wheel of Fortune in Glendive, Montana, but very expensive in Miami.
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Satterlee, A. (2013) Organizational Management and Leadership: A Christian Perspective Raleigh, NC (p.82)27615 Publisher Synergistic International “Media” Global Marketing III Aaron Weiss, https://www.quora.com/How-much-does-it-cost-annually-to-maintain-a-broadcast-television-station-in-the-US