Adelphia Communications Corporation is a cable television company headquartered in Coudersport, Pennsylvania. Taking it's name from the defunct cable company of the same same, Adelphia is named after the Greek word αδελφοί adelphoi, meaning "Brothers." Adelphia is formed after the partnership between Island Television, Oakhurst Broadcasting, and Higgins Broadcasting.
After Lady Luck purchasing a share of UPN and Capital Cities purchasing a share of The WB, Island Television, Oakhurst Broadcasting, and Higgins Broadcasting looked into possibly purchasing a share of a network. Island Television, Oakhurst Broadcasting, and Higgins Broadcasting decided to pitch in and form a new company between the three. On Jan. 5, 2014, the new company became Adelphia Communications Corporation (not to be confused with the defunct cable provider of the same name).
- (**) – Indicates a station owned by Higgins Broadcasting prior to its merger to form Adelphia.
- (~~) – Indicates a station owned by Island Television prior to its merger to form Adelphia.'
- (##) – Indicates a station owned by Oakhurst Broadcasting prior to its merger to form Adelphia.'
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|WATI||64||Fox||2014||Operated by Diversity Media|