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  1. In some smaller markets in the United States, a station may even be simultaneously listed as an affiliate of two networks

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  2. a local broadcaster which carries some or all of the programme line-up of a television or radio network, but is owned by a company other than the owner of the network

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  3. a term from the broadcasting industry (especially in North America)

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  4. This distinguishes such a station from an owned-and-operated station (O&O), which is owned by its parent network

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  5. In the United States, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations limit the number of network-owned stations as a percentage of total market size

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