Bayou City Broadcasting, LLC is a Texas based company founded by Mr. DuJuan McCoy in December 2007. The company’s sole purpose was to purchase and operate broadcast TV stations in America.
In January 2008, Bayou City Broadcasting made it's first TV acquisition by agreeing to purchase seven broadcast TV stations in West Texas from Sage Broadcasting. Included in this purchase were two FOX affiliates, KIDY-FOX San Angelo and KXVA- FOX Abilene, Texas. This acquisition earned Bayou City Broadcasting the distinction of being the only African American company to own and operate a FOX affiliate in the United States of America and purportedly the only African American company to own and operate a full powered major affiliate (FOX, ABC, NBC or CBS) in America.
For the next five years, Bayou City Broadcasting significantly improved the operation of these properties and in December 2012 divested those TV assets to London Broadcasting Company.
In January 2015, Bayou City Broadcasting acquired WEVV-TV (CBS and FOX) in Evansville, Indiana and in January 2017, acquired KADN and KLAF (Fox, NBC, and MNTV) in Lafayette, Louisiana.