Center Point Broadcasting

About Us

Center Point Broadcasting, LLC is a full-service broadcasting company that specializes in broadcast facility buildouts.  With a staff of over twenty top-tier engineers and FCC experts nationwide, Center Point Broadcasting executes all engineering, construction, equipment design, purchasing, and licensing requirements for television stations across the continental U.S. and beyond, from start to finish.
Whether you are a small start-up broadcaster or a well-established television group, we are here to power your success and drive your business forward.  Established in 2018, our broadcasting company has constructed the following TV stations:

KYMU/Channel 6-Seattle, WA

KMSQ/Channel 16-Mesquite, NV

WKIZ/Channel 29-Key West, FL

WEWF/Channel 5-West Palm Beach, FL

WQFT/Channel 18-Ocala, FL

W25FQ/Channel 25-Florence, SC

K34MW/Channel 34-Odessa, TX

KLUC/Channel 26-Beaumont, TX

K13KU/Channel 13-Delta Junction, AK

K13OC/Channel 13-Juneau, AK

KTBY/Channel 20-Anchorage, AK

KDNU/Channel 30-Las Vegas, NV

WHMR/Channel 16-Homestead, FL

WDGT/Channel 5-Miami, FL

WIIW/Channel 14-Nashville, TN

W33ER/Channel 16-Augusta, GA

W25FW/Channel 25-Columbus, GA

W17EH/Channel 17-Quincy, IL

CEO Scott Centers

With over two decades of industry experience in Broadcast Television Engineering and Operations, CEO Scott Centers is a leading expert in the field.  The veteran broadcaster has forged a solid career managing, operating, and building out broadcast television facilities throughout the continental United States, in addition to Alaska and Hawaii.  

Prior to establishing Center Point Broadcasting, Centers served as the Chief Operating Officer, Chief of Operations and Engineering, and General Manager for various companies, most recently Coastal Television, LLC.  During his past tenure, Centers was responsible for the buildout and development of 12 stations within Alaska and 22 stations within Wyoming.  

Center Point Broadcasting’s CEO now serves as the Vice President of NewsNet’s Broadcast Division at Bridge News.  Prior to this, Centers provided the Due Diligence for a group purchase of Way Point Media, a 12 station deal valued at over $35-million-dollars.  

Centers acts as an Executive Board Member for The Low Power Television Broadcaster’s Association, the nation’s leading low power television association, representing over 200 industry owners and members, and is a member of The National Translator Association and Advanced Television Broadcasting Alliance.  Scott Centers is also a proud U.S. Military Veteran, having served our country for 20 years.