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Originally published August 6, 2013 at 2:45 PM | Page modified August 7, 2013 at 8:17 AM

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Fisher stockholders approve sale to Sinclair

Fisher, the owner of Seattle’s KOMO TV and 19 other television stations, said the $373 million sale was approved by more than 90 percent of the shares voted.

By Seattle Times staff

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Shareholders of Fisher Communications approved Tuesday the company’s sale to Sinclair Broadcast Group for $41 per share.

Fisher, the owner of Seattle’s KOMO TV and 19 other television stations, said the $373 million sale was approved by more than 90 percent of the shares voted.

Regulatory approval is still needed before Hunt Valley, Md.-based Sinclair can complete the acquisition.

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