Former McGraw-Hill stations begin rolling out new sites

Former McGraw-Hill stations, including KMGH-TV in Denver, have begun switching over to the standardized websites used by new parent company Scripps Broadcasting.

Scripps, which acquired the stations in 2011, is rolling out the new sites in batches, with KMGH-TV and KERO-TV in Bakersfield, Calif., are part of the initial rollout.

The former McGraw-Hill stations will also switch to the standardized Scripps graphics package as well.

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