Here's a good story as to why you should never take revenge against your old station.
Matthew Keys worked at KTXL, the Tribune station in Sacramento, CA. The station fired him from his job.
It appears that Keys like everyone else that gets sacked was angry and wanted to back back at his old station.
The Justice Department (never a good thing when they are involved) says that in December 2010, two months after his termination from KTXL, Keys gained access to an Anonymous chat room and proceeded to provide the group with passwords to Tribune's computer system.
Hackers hit Tribune websites including the LA Times. Now Keys has been indicted. He faces up to 30 years in prison and a maximum fine of $250,000.
So the next time you want to get back at your old station. You might want to think twice. Just saying....