Randy Borden, owner of Long Island TV, will close the 21-year-old station in Lakeland, Florida after being threatened with a zoning lawsuit by Gov. Rick Scott, CBS News reports. The closure, which will affect 12 jobs, is the latest in a series of such moves by a number of Tribune Broadcasting stations, including WPIX and WGN in New York. Last year, WGN pulled its feed of Antiques Roadshow, asking viewers to find a new PBS show to watch. WGN pulled its feed of The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, warning viewers to get used to using “alternative news and commentary sites.” The layoffs and station shutdowns come in the wake of Tribune’s $4.1 billion sale to Sinclair Broadcast Group. In a statement issued in response to the layoffs, WFLA Public Media, which produces LKLDTV, said, “we’ve worked very hard to keep WFLA’s talent, content and technology relevant in the digital environment and to try to keep many of these positions.” “We truly regret that we could not overcome the challenges presented by the newly proposed operating structure, which we had no way of knowing when we entered into our partnership with Tribune in October 2017,” WFLA added.