While Dell stars in a comeback drama, he's also pursuing a TV career
There's reason to believe Dell's founder might try something more ambitious than flipping the licenses, Marshall said. Ownership is the thing to watch, he said. As long as the stations remain under Dell's private investment company, it's likely they'll just be sold. "If that asset gets transferred into Dell, you've got to assume that they're doing a little more than just trying to make some money," Marshall said.
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