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Freedom Communications
625 N. Grand Ave.
Santa Ana, CA 92701
Voice (714) 796-7000
www.freedom.com
Freedom Communications was purchased by 2100 Trust, LLC on July 25, 2012. The company's website provides a brief timeline of its history, including a bankruptcy reorginization in 2009 and the selling of its broadcast unit to Sinclair Broadcast Group in 2011.
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last updated 4/23/2013

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