The media market continues to change in Alaska, with the sale of KTVA to Gray Television, the parent company of KTUU, which is the station’s competitor.

GCI said Friday it will leave the television business, which it entered in 2013 with Denali Media Holdings; it owned and operated stations in Anchorage, Juneau, Sitka, and Ketchikan. All of the stations are now sold to Gray, a company based in Atlanta.

The Southeast Alaska stations were recently sold to…

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