2 News (KUTV)
Offices: Salt Lake City, Utah
2 News is the Utah based station of the
CBS Television Network and is owned and
operated by CBS Corporation. The "CBS is
Always On" initiative extends 2News's local
market reach beyond TV to broadband Web
and wireless content distribution 24/7.
2News’s goal is to be Salt Lake City’s news
source and play an important part of users’
daily lives with news, weather, traffic
and must-know community information through
the integration of both local TV and the
Offices: Colorado Springs, Colorado
KOAA-TV's Colorado Springs/Pueblo Coverage
is quite extensive and also different than
most the networks that are in this market.
Their Full power transmitter is located
on Baculite Mesa 7 miles North East of Pueblo.
This transmitter has an output of 100,000
Watts on Channel 5. This signal can be received
with a VHF antenna. Their high power "translator"
is located on Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado
Springs and has a power output of 126,000
WATTS on Channel 30. This signal can be
received with a UHF antenna. They are an
affiliate of NBC.
6 ABC (WPVI)
Offices: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
6ABC was the first affiliate of ABC-TV and
on April 1, 1998, the station celebrated
its 50th anniversary with the network. WPVI-TV/6abc
went on the air as WFIL-TV in 1947 producing
some of the earliest ABC-TV network programs.
In 1971 Capital Cities Communications, later
Capital Cities/ABC, purchased the station
and changed its call letters from WFIL-TV
to WPVI-TV. Throughout its history, 6abc
has remained committed to serving the diverse
needs and interests of the Delaware Valley
7 NBC (WHDH)
Offices: Boston, Massachusetts
7 NBC the NBC affiliate of the Boston Market
began broadcasting in 1948 originally as
a CBS affiliate. They also picked up the
ABC and DuMont affiliate as secondary ones.
After constant affiliates switches WHDH
became a NBC affiliate in 1995. After changing
hands and call signs a few times WHDH became
owned by Sunbeam Broadcasting. WHDH is a
strong # 2 in local news (behind WCVB),
occasionally beating WCVB for number-one.
7 News (WKBW)
Offices: Buffalo, New York
WKBW-TV offers more local television, news,
weather, and entertainment programming.
WKBW-TV offers business more ways to reach
central Illinois consumers than any other
local advertising source. WKBW has experience
and aggressive reporters with strong investigation
and live reporting skills. They are the
ABC affiliate serving the Buffalo area,
and are owned and operated by Granite Broadcasting.
9 News (KUSA)
Offices: Denver, Colorado
Originally known by the call letters KBTV,
Channel 9 first went on the air in October
1952. In the 1980s and 90s, the station
underwent several major changes. In April
1984, KBTV changed its call letters to KUSA.
Then, in September 1995, KUSA changed its
affiliation from ABC to NBC. 9NEWS
defines its role in the community through
its outreach programs.
9 News (WAFB)
Offices: Baton Rouge, Louisiana
The tradition of television in Baton Rouge
began on April 19, 1953, when WAFB signed
on the air as the second television station
in Louisiana. Over the following decades,
Channel 9 created the number one news organization
in south Louisiana, covering local, state,
and regional news. Today, WAFB brings its
viewers 25 hours of news programming each
week. While news and programming are their
broadcast trademarks, WAFB is constantly
being honored for its community service.
They are currently an affiliate of CBS.
10 News (WBIR)
Offices: Knoxville, Tennessee
WBIR-TV, Channel 10 began its long service
to East Tennessee in 1956. In 1995, Channel
10 joined the Gannett Company. Gannett Broadcasting
consists of 22 television stations reaching
17.4 percent of the US television market.
They have a long-standing reputation of
community involvement and commitment to
the public. At 10 News, they strive to provide
factual, balanced coverage of newsworthy
events and issues in East Tennessee. They
are an affiliate of NBC.
11 Alive (WXIA)
Offices: Atlanta, Georgia
WXIA-TV's history dates back to 1951 when
the station signed on the air as an ABC
affiliate. Twenty-nine years later, in September
1980, Channel 11 joined NBC. Early in its
history, the station was known as WLWA-TV
and operated under the ownership of Crosley
Broadcasting. Known from the start as a
station with a strong interest in local,
live programming, the station was purchased
in 1962 by Richard Fairbanks of Indianapolis
and officially became WAII-TV. WXIA-TV,
11Alive currently employs approximately
200 men and women in the areas of news,
engineering, production, promotion, accounting,
sales, programming and administrative support.
16 WAPT News
Offices: Jackson, Mississippi
WAPT began broadcasting in October 1970,
becoming Jackson's first ABC affiliate.
In 1976, 16 WAPT became Jackson's first
station to broadcast live news reports from
the field and the first news operation to
use videotape rather than film for daily
news coverage. Today, 16 WAPT broadcasts
four newscasts on weekdays. 16 WAPT is the
home of Mississippi's most powerful, most
accurate, real-time Doppler radar.
Offices: South Bend, Indiana
22 WSBT-TV went on the air in December 1952.
In the fall of 1953, 22WSBT-TV won national
recognition by becoming the first station
to present a closed-circuit telecast of
a college football practice. Since 1952,
22WSBT-TV has been witness and commentator
to the major events shaping this century,
offering their own view to the Michiana
viewer. They will provide the best news,
entertainment and marketing opportunities,
by listening and responding to the ever-changing
needs of their community
27 News First (WYKT)
Offices: Lexington, Kentucky
WKYT-TV will be a community leader, through
the operation of a commercial television
station in the public interest, by informing
and entertaining viewers with high quality
local news and entertainment programming
while providing services to help advertisers
achieve financial prosperity. They are an
affiliate of CBS and are owned and operated
by Gray Television.