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|Headquarters||Pleasanton, California, United States|
|Ravi Patharlanka, President|
|Owner||Blackstone Group (99%)|
As of April 12, 2017, LocusPoint Networks, hired by the San Mateo Community College District to sell KCSM-TV in the spectrum auction, claimed fiscal mismanagement by school officials and administrators to fulfill their basic duties to facilitate the sale properly. The station was to be sold in the auction due to the college's $1 million annual losses. In turn, the District has counter-sued LocusPoint and its partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers, for failure to enter KCSM-TV into the FCC auction.
|City of license / Market||Station||Channel
|San Francisco, California||KFTL-CD||28 (28)||2012||ZUUS Latino/HSN (DT2)
24/7 Network (DT10)
ZUUS Country (DT15)
|Orlando, Florida||WRCF-CD||29 (35)||2013||Independent|
|Plano, Illinois||WLPD-CD||30 (35)||2013||America One|
|Milwaukee, Wisconsin||WMKE-CD||7 (21)||2014||Rev'n|
|Detroit, Michigan||W33BY-D||33 (33)||2014||Independent|
|Edison, New Jersey||WDVB-CD||23 (23)||2013||Independent|
|Wildwood, New Jersey||WMGM-TV||40 (36)||2014||Independent|
|Buffalo, New York||WBNF-CD||15 (15)||2014||TCT1|
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- "Failed KCSM-TV sale forces lawsuits: College district and contractor point fingers over who dropped the ball on auction". San Mateo Daily Journal. April 12, 2017. Retrieved April 21, 2017.