July 2015: Sinclair formed a joint venture with a company owned by former Walt Disney CEO Michael Eisner to create, produce and distribute first-run syndicated television shows and also announced launch of partnership with MGM to create broadcast science fiction channel Comet TV.
September 2014: Sinclair agreed to acquire Las Vegas NBC affiliate KSNV for $120 million.
July 2014: Sinclair said it would launch American Sports Network to broadcast live events, including football, basketball and other sports, from more than 50 colleges and universities.
May 2014: Sinclair launched OneMedia with Coherent Logix to develop an alternative broadcast standard allowing ultra high-definition signals to be transmitted to multiple devices.
September 2013: Sinclair agreed to buy eight TV stations from New Age Media for $90 million
July 2013: Sinclair agrees to pay $985 million for seven ABC affiliates and a local D.C. news channel from Allbritton Communications.
June 2013: Sinclair reached an agreement to buy Titan Television Broadcast Group, owner of four television stations in three markets, for $115.4 million, and take over Titan's sales and service agreements with two more stations. Separately, Sinclair agreed to buy Dielectric, a manufacturer of transmission antennas.
April 2013: Sinclair announced a deal to acquire Fisher Communications Inc., with 20 stations, for $373 million.