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AOL Time Warner Inc.'s Acme Communications -- run by Turner Broadcasting System Chairman and CEO Jamie Kellner, who also oversees The WB -- has been trying for about a year to bring a primary WB affiliate to the Richmond-Petersburg market.
Richmond-Petersburg's cable TV landscape has undergone its share of changes in the last year.
With a 1995 population estimated at 745,372, greater Richmond makes up the bulk of the Richmond-Petersburg MSA, which totals 927,335 and includes the nearby city and outskirts of Petersburg to the south.
According to a recent article in American Demographics magazine, the Richmond-Petersburg metropolitan statistical area (MSA) has seen the highest growth rates in four retail categories in the nation.
Principal battles: Cerro Gordo (between Vera Cruz and Xalapa) (1848); Chapultepec (1848); Seven Days' (near Richmond), Bull Run II (Manassas, Virginia), Antietam, Fredericksburg (1862); Chancellorsville (near Fredericksburg), Gettysburg (1863); the Wilderness (south of the Rapidan) (1864); Richmond-Petersburg (1864-1865).