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KSWO becomes a part of Raycom Media

LAWTON, Okla._Here at 7News, we wanted to let you know about our change of ownership.

We told you it was coming several weeks ago, and it's now official. Our station is now part of Raycom Media. Wednesday afternoon, the president and CEO of the company, Paul McTear, visited our station and addressed the entire staff.

McTear said they are committed for the long-term, and are ready to provide our station with the resources, information and opportunities we need to continue to serve our audience, as we have for the past 60 years. 

We're looking forward to the changes that are coming, and hope our viewers enjoy them as well.

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