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H&C Communications is a now defunct corporation that owned a number of media outlets throughout the United States.
Originally known as Channel 2 Television Company, it was created in 1983 to unite the Hobby family's television & radio interests under one umbrella after the Houston Post, their flagship business, was sold. The family had been involved in broadcasting since the 1920s.
In 1994, the Hobby family fully relinquished control and by the end of 1995, the H&C stations were sold off to various owners.
- KPRC-AM Houston (flagship local news/talk radio station, now part of Clear Channel)
- KPRC-TV Houston (flagship station, now part of Post-Newsweek Stations)
- KCCI-TV Des Moines (now part of Hearst Television)
- WTVF-TV Nashville (now part of Journal Communications)
- WESH-TV Orlando (now part of Hearst Television)
- KSAT-TV San Antonio (now part of Post-Newsweek Stations)
- KVOA-TV Tucson (now part of Evening Post Industries)
The Eyes of Texas
Produced by flagship station KPRC-TV, H&C maintained the rights to "The Eyes of Texas" and was the syndicator of the program to stations across the state of Texas.