KMTV-TV, virtual channel 3 (UHF digital channel 45), is a CBS-affiliated television station licensed to Omaha, Nebraska, United States and also serving Council Bluffs, Iowa. The station is owned by the E. W. Scripps Company. KMTV's studios are located on Mockingbird Drive in southwest Omaha and its transmitter tower is located on a "tower farm" near North 72nd Street and Crown Point Avenue in north-central Omaha. It also doubles as a secondary CBS station in the Platte Purchase area (northern portions of the St. Joseph, Missouri television market) alongside local affiliate KCJO-LD.

On cable, the station is available on Cox Communications channel 5 in both standard and high definition.[2] It can also be seen on CenturyLink Prism channels 3 (SD) and 1003 (HD).

Omaha, Nebraska/Council Bluffs, Iowa
United States
CityOmaha, Nebraska
BrandingKMTV 3
KMTV 3 News Now (newscasts)
ChannelsDigital: 45 (UHF)
(to move to 31 (UHF))
Virtual: 3 (PSIP)
SubchannelsSee Below
AffiliationsCBS (since 1986, also from 1949–1956)
OwnerE. W. Scripps Company
(Scripps Broadcasting Holdings LLC)
First air dateSeptember 1, 1949
Call letters' meaningMay TeleVision
(original owner; no relation to Viacom-owned Music Television)
Former callsignsKMTV (1949–2009)
Former channel number(s)Analog:
3 (VHF, 1949–2009)
Former affiliationsPrimary:
NBC (1956–1986)
ABC (1949–1953, 1954–1957)
DuMont (1949–1955) [1]
Transmitter power1000 kW
652 kW (CP)
Height393.4 m (1,291 ft)
411.1 m (1,349 ft) (CP)
Facility ID35190
Transmitter coordinates41°18′25″N 96°1′37″W / 41.30694°N 96.02694°WCoordinates: 41°18′25″N 96°1′37″W / 41.30694°N 96.02694°W
Licensing authorityFCC
Public license information:Profile


KMTV began broadcasting on September 1, 1949, as the second oldest television station in Nebraska. It operated as a CBS affiliate, but carried secondary affiliations with ABC and the DuMont Television Network.[3] The station's call letters were originally intended to be KMA-TV, reflecting its first owner, Shenandoah, Iowa-based May Broadcasting, which owned KMA (960 AM) in that community. As Shenandoah was not considered to be part of the Omaha market at the time, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) denied May's petition to utilize the KMA calls for the television station, so the alternate KMTV calls were requested instead. The station originally operated from studios located on 27th and Farnam Streets in downtown Omaha, just south of the studios of KETV (channel 7) (at 2665 Douglas), and seven blocks east of WOW-TV (channel 6, now WOWT) (at 3501 Farnam).

KMTV briefly dropped ABC programming when KOLN-TV signed on from Lincoln in 1953. The network returned to KMTV when the FCC separated Lincoln to form its own market a year later. In 1956, KMTV switched affiliations with WOW-TV and became an NBC affiliate. It also lost DuMont programming that same year when that network ceased operations. In September 1957, KMTV dropped its secondary ABC affiliation when KETV signed on as an exclusive affiliate of the network.

In 1978, KMTV relocated to its current studio facilities near 108th and Mockingbird Drive; the station's auxiliary transmitter remains at the station's former studio location. In 1986, KMTV and WOWT entered into an agreement which allowed them to return to their original affiliations; as a result, KMTV rejoined CBS after 30 years with NBC on June 29, 1986. A few months after returning to CBS, May sold both of its television stations—KMTV and KGUN-TV in Tucson, Arizona—to Lee Enterprises after over 37 years of ownership. Lee sold its entire broadcasting division, including KMTV, to Emmis Communications in October 2000. In 2005, Emmis announced its exit from television station ownership to concentrate on its radio station properties, selling most non-license assets of KMTV as well as outright ownership of KGUN to the Journal Broadcast Group. The sale closed in late December of that year. At that point, Journal took over control of KMTV through a time brokerage agreement.

In late January 2007, Journal announced the sale of radio station KOMJ (1490 AM) to Cochise Broadcasting LLC,[4] in order to purchase KMTV outright. The sale of KOMJ was necessary because Journal already owned the maximum number of broadcasting properties in the Omaha media market as designated by the FCC. The transactions were completed on March 27, 2007.[5]

Former logo used 2006 to 2017.

As of July 2013 within a month-long dispute between Journal and Time Warner Cable, KMTV was removed from the Time Warner system in Lincoln and replaced by GSN, and KOLN was solidified as the only CBS affiliate on that system.[6]

On July 30, 2014, it was announced that The E. W. Scripps Company would acquire Journal Communications in an all-stock transaction. The combined firm will retain their broadcast properties, including KMTV, and spin off their print assets as Journal Media Group.[7] The FCC approved the deal on December 12, 2014. It was approved by shareholders on March 11, 2015. The merger was completed on April 1, 2015.[8][9]

Digital television

Digital channels

The station's digital channel is multiplexed:

Channel Video Aspect PSIP Short Name Programming[10]
3.1 1080i 16:9 KMTV-TV Main KMTV-TV programming / CBS
3.2 480i LAFF Laff[11]
3.3 Escape Escape

KMTV was the last television station in the market to begin carrying a digital subchannel; digital subchannel 3.2 was originally affiliated with TheCoolTV starting in late 2010 or early 2011, but dropped the network on October 1, 2011, in favor of Live Well Network as part of a compensation dispute between Journal Broadcast Group and TheCoolTV's parent company Cool Music Network, LLC. In turn, Antenna TV took LWN's place on December 29, 2014.

Analog-to-digital conversion

KMTV shut down its analog signal, over VHF channel 3, on June 12, 2009, as part of the federally mandated transition from analog to digital television.[12] The station's digital signal remained on its pre-transition UHF channel 45,[13] using PSIP to display KMTV's virtual channel as 3 on digital television receivers. Although KMTV never had a "-TV" suffix affixed to its call sign from the beginning, it (along with other Journal-owned television stations which previously did not have a -TV suffix in their calls) officially added one to the callsign on June 19.


In addition to carrying the entire CBS network schedule, syndicated programs broadcast on KMTV include Dr. Phil, Entertainment Tonight and Pickler & Ben. KMTV formerly served as the Omaha "Love Network" affiliate of the MDA Labor Day Telethon, until the organization's 2013 move from a syndicated broadcast to a network telecast on ABC.

Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune both formerly ran on KMTV, which respectively carried the game shows at 4:30 and 6:30 p.m. weekdays until Jeopardy! moved to WOWT and Wheel moved to KETV, both in September 1994 (Jeopardy! initially ran on KETV from 1984 to 1986, when it moved to KMTV; it began airing Wheel in January 1984). Live! with Kelly also aired on KMTV (as far back as the Regis and Kathie Lee era) until 2012, when the show moved to Fox affiliate KPTM.

KMTV produced and aired an hour-long talk show called The Morning Blend, which aired weekday mornings at 9:00 and was based on the program of the same name that originated on Milwaukee sister station and Journal television flagship WTMJ-TV (which syndicated the format to other Journal-owned stations in certain markets); the program maintained a multi-topic format that featured paid segments from local businesses. The first seven years were hosted by Mike DiGiacomo and Mary Nelson. On March 27, 2017, Mary Nelson announced she accepted a job at QVC and would be leaving the show. (While searching for a new co-host, Executive Producer Kayla Thomas filled in.) It was soon announced that Kelly Nyburg would be the new co-host. After an eight-year run, the show was canceled on May 18, 2018; it was replaced with the Scripps-produced show Pickler & Ben.

The station also ran a long-running children's religious show that debuted in 1961 called Ms. Jean's Storytime, which ended in September 2011 after a 50-year run.

In August 2012, the station began carrying Green Bay Packers preseason football games, as part the team's "official broadcaster" deal with Journal, which in addition to owning KMTV and WTMJ, also owns Green Bay's WGBA-TV, a deal which continues under Scripps ownership.[14]

News operation

KMTV presently broadcasts 23½ hours of locally produced newscasts each week (with 4½ hours each weekday and a half hour each on Saturdays and Sundays); in addition, the station's sports department also produces Sports Sound-Off, a weekly live sports call-in program that airs after the 10 p.m. newscast. It has spent most of its broadcast history as the third rated station in the Omaha market.

Over the years, KMTV underwent many identity changes to keep up with broadcasting trends, as well to keep up in the local ratings race. The station's newscasts were once known as KMTV News; NewsCenter 3; Channel 3 News; KMTV News 3; KM3 News; and most recently as Action 3 News; today, the station's newscasts are known as 3 News Now. Former NBC News anchor Tom Brokaw worked at the station as a reporter from 1962 to 1965.[15]

In 2002, KMTV discontinued its 6 p.m. newscast and replaced it with syndicated tabloid programs. That same year, sports segments were dropped from the 10 p.m. newscast, and were replaced with a nightly commentary segment called "For What It's Worth" that was presented by then-sports director Travis Justice. In late 2005, KMTV discontinued "For What It's Worth," returning to the traditional sports segment.

KMTV returned a newscast to the 6 p.m. timeslot on September 5, 2006, coinciding with Katie Couric's debut as anchor of the CBS Evening News. The station has also taken on the glossy imaging and graphics packages seen on most other Journal stations, though with differing fonts and colors. On December 22, 2006, the station announced it would not be renewing the contracts of evening news anchors Deborah Ward and Greg Peterson; the two were replaced by Carol Wang and Carlo Cecchetto on January 22, 2007.

On July 11, 2009, KMTV became the first commercial television station in Omaha, and the second commercial station in the state of Nebraska (after KOLN and PBS member station NET, both in Lincoln) to begin broadcasting its local newscasts in 16:9 widescreen standard definition. In October 2013, KMTV became the third commercial station in Omaha (after WOWT and KPTM) to broadcast its newscasts in high definition.

In late 2013 and early 2014, KMTV added one and one-half hours worth of new news programing. On July 15, 2013, KMTV announced that it would launch a weekday half-hour 4:00 p.m. newscast; the program made its debut September 23, 2013, the newscast was then expanded to an hour.[16] In January 2014 KMTV began broadcasting an early morning show focused on weather. Early Riser runs from 4:30 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. and features Ryan McPike covering the weather for the upcoming day. The station's 4 p.m. newscast became Upfront at 4 with the 2015–16 season, its first full season under Scripps ownership.

On March 8, 2017, KMTV introduced a new virtual set and re-branded its newscasts as 3 News Now. The station also switched to the standard Scripps graphics package and Stephen Arnold's "Inergy" music package to match other Scripps sister stations.

Notable former on-air staff


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  2. ^ Cox Channel Lineup - Omaha
  3. ^ "U. S. Commercial TV Stations, 1952". DuMont Project. Archived from the original on March 12, 2007. Retrieved October 25, 2016.
  4. ^ "Journal Broadcast Group Announces Sale of KOMJ-AM in Omaha". Journal Broadcast Group. January 23, 2007. Archived from the original on September 28, 2007. Retrieved October 25, 2016.
  5. ^ "Journal Broadcast Group Announces Sale of KOMJ-AM and Completion of Purchase of KMTV-TV" (Press Release). Journal Communications. March 27, 2007. Retrieved October 25, 2016.
  6. ^
  7. ^ Glauber, Bill (30 July 2014). "Journal, Scripps deal announced". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Retrieved 30 July 2014.
  8. ^ Scripps, Journal Merger Complete - Broadcasting & Cable
  9. ^ Scripps, Journal Communications Complete Merger And Spinoff -
  10. ^ RabbitEars TV Query for KMTV
  11. ^ observed
  12. ^ List of Digital Full-Power Stations Archived 2013-08-29 at the Wayback Machine
  13. ^ Digital delay muddles broadcasters' plans, Brian Redemske, Omaha World-Herald, February 6, 2009
  14. ^
  15. ^ Brokaw, Tom
  16. ^ In Omaha, KMTV Adding 4 p.m. Newscast TVSpy, July 15, 2013.

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CBS 3 may refer to one of the following television stations in the United States:

KBJR-DT2 of Duluth, Minnesota

KIMT of Mason City, Iowa

KMTV-TV of Omaha, Nebraska

KYW-TV of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

WBTV of Charlotte, North Carolina

WCAX-TV of Burlington, Vermont

WFSB of Hartford, Connecticut

WREG-TV of Memphis, Tennessee

WSHM-LD of Springfield, Massachusetts (cable channel; broadcast on channel 21)

WTKR of Hampton Roads, Virginia

WWAY of Wilmington, North Carolina

WCIA of Champaign Illinois

Channel 3 virtual TV stations in the United States

The following television stations operate on virtual channel 3 in the United States:

K02EG-D in Ursine, Nevada

K02OD-D in Shelter Cove, California

K02QM-D in Lemon, etc., Alaska

K03CM-D in Pioche, Nevada

K03DI-D in Chelan Butte, Washington

K03HY-D in San Francisco, California

K04RS-D in San Juan Bautista, California

K07GJ-D in Hoopa, California

K07QC-D in Driggs, Idaho

K07ZB-D in Mendenhall Valley, Alaska

K08EZ-D in Mink Creek, Idaho

K09PL-D in Dingle, etc., Idaho

K09ZB-D in Havre, Montana

K10AW-D in Challis, Idaho

K10FC-D in Dodson, Montana

K11CN-D in Caliente, Nevada

K11CP-D in Fish Creek, Idaho

K11GX-D in Whitewater, Montana

K11LC-D in Prescott, Arizona

K11WK-D in Stanford, Montana

K11WQ-D in West Knees, Montana

K12FB-D in Saco, Montana

K12OF-D in Bullhead City, Arizona

K12RE-D in Denton, Montana

K13GP-D in Malta, Montana

K13OU-D in Chinook, Montana

K14NA-D in Globe & Miami, Arizona

K14ND-D in Overton, Nevada

K15HY-D in Williams-Ashfork, Arizona

K16EV-D in Bullhead City, Arizona

K17CG-D in Ukiah, California

K17CL-D in Pahrump, Nevada

K18JX-D in Hoehne, Colorado

K18KM-D in Conrad, Montana

K18LM-D in Mud Canyon, New Mexico

K19JQ-D in Big Sandy, Montana

K19JR-D in Wolf Point, Montana

K20KO-D in Julesburg, Colorado

K21IM-D in Fort Sumner, New Mexico

K23FV-D in Kingman, Arizona

K23MV-D in Carlsbad, New Mexico

K25DH-D in Meadview, Arizona

K25MG-D in Flagstaff, Arizona

K25NJ-D in Sweetgrass, etc., Montana

K26MV-D in Soldier Canyon, New Mexico

K27CS-D in Montpelier, Idaho

K27HM-D in Quanah, Texas

K27JW-D in Joplin, Montana

K29FD-D in Lake Havasu City, Arizona

K29FM-D in Artesia, New Mexico

K29LJ-D in Altus, Oklahoma

K30HD-D in Tucumcari, New Mexico

K31GS-D in Roswell, New Mexico

K31KE-D in San Luis Obispo, etc., California

K33GF-D in Preston, Idaho

K33MJ-D in Pahrump, Nevada

K34NF-D in Soda Springs, Idaho

K35GU-D in Ruidoso, New Mexico

K38AI-D in Cottonwood, Arizona

K41GW-D in Juliaetta, Idaho

K41HQ-D in Quanah, Texas

K41MY-D in Panaca, Nevada

K42FX-D in Hobbs, New Mexico

K43MF-D in Holbrook, Idaho

K45CS-D in Lewistown, Montana

K46BX-D in Phillips County, Montana

K48OQ-D in Lowry, South Dakota

K49HP in Camp Verde, etc., Arizona

K49KB-D in Malad City, Iowa

KATC in Lafayette, Louisiana

KBME-TV in Bismarck, North Dakota

KBTX-TV in Bryan, Texas

KCDO-TV in Sterling, Colorado

KCNL-LD in Reno, Nevada

KCRA-TV in Sacramento, California

KDLH in Duluth, Minnesota

KDLO-TV in Florence, South Dakota

KENW in Portales, New Mexico

KEYT-TV in Santa Barbara, California

KFDX-TV in Wichita Falls, Texas

KFTU-DT in Douglas, Arizona

KGMV in Wailuku, Hawaii

KHME in Rapid City, South Dakota

KIDK in Idaho Falls, Idaho

KIEM-TV in Eureka, California

KIII in Corpus Christi, Texas

KIMT in Mason City, Iowa

KLEW-TV in Lewiston, Idaho

KLNE-TV in Lexington, Nebraska

KMTV-TV in Omaha, Nebraska

KOAB-TV in Bend, Oregon

KOET in Eufaula, Oklahoma

KREG-TV in Glenwood Springs, Colorado

KRTV in Great Falls, Montana

KSAN-TV in San Angelo, Texas

KSNV in Las Vegas, Nevada

KSNW in Wichita, Kansas

KSWK in Lakin, Kansas

KTBS-TV in Shreveport, Louisiana

KTOO-TV in Juneau, Alaska

KTVK in Phoenix, Arizona

KTVO in Kirksville, Missouri

KVTU-LP in Agoura Hills, California

KYTV in Springfield, Missouri

KYUS-TV in Miles City, Montana

KYW-TV in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

W18EG-D in Onancock, Virginia

W20CS-D in Rutland, Vermont

W40AS-D in Moorefield, West Virginia

WAVE in Louisville, Kentucky

WBCF-LD in Florence, Alabama

WBTV in Charlotte, North Carolina

WCAX-TV in Burlington, Vermont

WCIA in Champaign, Illinois

WDVZ-CD in Greensboro, Alabama

WEAR-TV in Pensacola, Florida

WEDU in Tampa, Florida

WFSB in Hartford, Connecticut

WHSV-TV in Harrisonburg, Virginia

WIPM-TV in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico

WISC-TV in Madison, Wisconsin

WJMN-TV in Escanaba, Michigan

WKYC in Cleveland, Ohio

WLBT in Jackson, Mississippi

WPSU-TV in Clearfield, Pennsylvania

WRBL in Columbus, Georgia

WRCB in Chattanooga, Tennessee

WREG-TV in Memphis, Tennessee

WSAV-TV in Savannah, Georgia

WSAZ-TV in Huntington, West Virginia

WSHM-LD in Springfield, Massachusetts

WSIL-TV in Harrisburg, Illinois

WSTM-TV in Syracuse, New York

WTKR in Norfolk, Virginia

WWAY in Wilmington, North Carolina

WWMT in Kalamazoo, Michigan

WWWB-LD in Clarkrange, Tennessee

WZNA-LD in Guaynabo, Puerto RicoThe following stations, which are no longer licensed, formerly operated on virtual channel 3:

K07GD-D in Glenwood Springs, Colorado

Channel 45 digital TV stations in the United States

The following television stations broadcast on digital channel 45 in the United States:

K45AF-D in Parachute, etc., Colorado

K45AL-D in Caliente, Nevada

K45AO-D in Pioche, Nevada

K45AU-D in Follett, Texas

K45AX-D in Park City, Utah

K45BJ-D in Winnemuccca, Nevada

K45BY-D in Garfield, etc., Utah

K45CH-D in Fort Peck, Montana

K45CT-D in Hilo, Hawaii

K45CY-D in Crested Butte, Colorado

K45DM-D in Clarendon, Texas

K45DQ-D in Hot Springs, Montana

K45DS-D in Freshwater, etc., California

K45DY-D in New Mobeetie, Texas

K45EH-D in Jackson, Minnesota

K45FD-D in Anton, Colorado

K45FT-D in Rural Sevier County, Utah

K45FV-D in Koosharem, Utah

K45GD-D in Romeo, etc., Colorado

K45GL-D in Logan, Utah

K45GN-D in Roosevelt, Utah

K45GO-D in Little America, etc., Wyoming

K45GQ-D in Ridgecrest, California

K45HD-D in Cedar City, Utah

K45HL-D in Redstone, Colorado

K45HQ-D in Anchorage, Alaska

K45HS-D in Lund, Nevada

K45HV-D in Mina/Luning, Nevada

K45IA-D in Rock Springs, Wyoming

K45IE-D in Vail, Colorado

K45IM-D in Monroe, Louisiana

K45IO-D in Kansas City, Missouri

K45IS-D in Julesburg, Colorado

K45IT-D in Gateway, Colorado

K45JD in International Falls, Minnesota

K45JM-D in Marysvale, Utah

K45JN-D in Orangeville, etc., Utah

K45JR-D in Caineville, Utah

K45JS-D in Henriville, Utah

K45JT-D in Garrison, etc., Utah

K45JV-D in Green River, Utah

K45JZ-D in Elk City, Oklahoma

K45KB-D in Lake George, Colorado

K45KE-D in Jacksonville, Oregon

K45KM-D in Bend, Oregon

K45KS-D in Billings, Montana

K45KT-D in Sargents, Colorado

K45KW-D in Scofield, Utah

K45KX-D in Weed, California

K45KZ-D in Holbrook, Idaho

K45LA-D in Drummond, Montana

K45LD-D in Scipio, Utah

K45LE-D in Eureka, Nevada

K45LF-D in Panguitch, Utah

K45LH-D in Red Lake, Minnesota

K45LI-D in East Price, Utah

K45LJ-D in St. James, Minnesota

K45LU-D in Window Rock, Arizona

K45LX-D in Delta, Utah

K45MB-D in Snowmass Village, Colorado

K45ME-D in La Grande, Oregon

K45MF-D in Fruitland, Utah

K45MZ-D in Laketown, etc., Utah

KASY-TV in Albuquerque, New Mexico

KBCW in San Francisco, California

KCDR-LD in Cedar Rapids, Iowa

KCDT in Coeur D'Alene, Idaho

KCYM-LD in Fort Dodge, Iowa

KDTX-TV in Dallas, Texas

KETD in Castle Rock, Colorado

KLHU-CD in Lake Havasu City, Arizona

KMTV-TV in Omaha, Nebraska

KNMT in Portland, Oregon

KOHC-CD in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

KOTV-DT in Tulsa, Oklahoma

KPOM-CD in Ontario, California

KRLJ-LD in Joplin, Missouri

KSKJ-CD in Van Nuys, California

KSNW in Wichita, Kansas

KSTC-TV in Minneapolis, Minnesota

KTCW in Roseburg, Oregon

KUVI-DT in Bakersfield, California

KVTX-LP in Victoria, Texas

KXLN-DT in Rosenberg, Texas

W45AA-D in Columbia, Mississippi

W45BT-D in Brookville, Pennsylvania

W45CI-D in Ashland, Wisconsin

W45CL-D in Manteo, North Carolina

W45CP-D in Atlantic City, New Jersey

W45DF-D in Knoxville, Tennessee

W45DI-D in Juana Diaz, Puerto Rico

W45DJ-D in Panama City, Florida

W45DN-D in Washington, D.C.

W45DT-D in Wabasso, Florida

W45DX-D in Atlanta, Georgia

WCEA-LD in Boston, Massachusetts

WDCO-CD in Woodstock, Virginia

WDIV-TV in Detroit, Michigan

WDMW-LD in Janesville, Wisconsin

WEDH in Hartford, Connecticut

WEVV-TV in Evansville, Indiana

WFMZ-TV in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

WFUP in Vanderbilt, Michigan

WFWC-CD in Fort Wayne, Indiana

WGEN-LD in Miami, Florida

WGMB-TV in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

WGNM in Macon, Georgia

WIDP in Guayama, Puerto Rico

WJOS-LD in Pomeroy, Ohio

WJPM-TV in Florence, South Carolina

WJTC in Pensacola, Florida

WLCF-LD in Decatur, Illinois

WLLA in Kalamazoo, Michigan

WMDV-LD in Danville, Virginia

WMEA-TV in Biddeford, Maine

WNEO in Alliance, Ohio

WNLO-CD in Norfolk, Virginia

WNYT in Glens Falls, New York

WODK-LD in Springfield, Illinois

WOLF-TV in Hazleton, Pennsylvania

WPXH-TV in Gadsden, Alabama

WROC-TV in Rochester, New York

WSNS-TV in Chicago, Illinois

WSWF-LD in Orlando, Florida

WTBT-LD in Tampa, Florida

WTPM-LD in Mayaguez-Anasco, Puerto Rico

WVNC-LD in Watertown, New York

WVUP-CD in Tallahassee, Florida

WWAT-CD in Uniontown, Pennsylvania

WWIW-LD in Raleigh, North Carolina

WXCB-CD in Delaware, Ohio

WXCW in Naples, Florida

WXIN in Indianapolis, Indiana

WYCW in Asheville, North Carolina

WYME-CD in Gainesville, Florida

WZTD-LD in Richmond, VirginiaThe following television stations, which are no longer licensed, formerly broadcast on digital channel 45 in the United States:

KHPB-CD in Bastrop, Texas

KMDK-LD in Jonesboro, Arkansas

W45ED-D in Clarksdale, Mississippi

WKDH in Houston, Mississippi

WMUN-CD in Mineola, New York

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Kelley also trains celebrities and athletes on the art of being interviewed. He works for the media training company J2 Strategic Communications

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CBS is an American broadcast television television network owned by CBS Corporation, which originated as a radio network in September 1927, and expanded into television in July 1941. As of March 2015, the network currently has 16 owned-and-operated stations, and current affiliation agreements with 222 other television stations.This article is a listing of current CBS affiliates in the continental United States and U.S. possessions (including subchannel affiliates, satellite stations and select low-power translators), arranged alphabetically by state, and based on the station's city of license and followed in parentheses by the Designated Market Area if it differs from the city of license. There are links to and articles on each of the stations, describing their histories, local programming and technical information, such as broadcast frequencies.

The station's advertised channel number follows the call letters. In most cases, this is their virtual channel (PSIP) number.

Stations listed in boldface are owned and operated by CBS through its subsidiary CBS Television Stations (excluding owned-and-operated stations of The CW or independent stations owned by the group, unless the station simulcasts a co-owned CBS O&O station via a digital subchannel).

List of United States major television network affiliates

This is a list of all affiliates of four major television networks, ABC, CBS, and NBC, and Fox.

List of television stations in Nebraska

This is a list of broadcast television stations serving cities in the U.S. state of Nebraska.

Live Well Network

Live Well Network is a home, health and lifestyle high definition digital subchannel network owned by ABC Owned Television Stations, part of the Disney–ABC Television Group, a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company. The network launched as Live Well HD Network on April 27, 2009, and is available on digital subchannels of all ABC-owned-and-operated stations.

The channel aired home, health and lifestyle programming and was similar to Ion Life, which launched in 2007, with American Public Television's Create serving as its main competitor. The network ended most national distribution on April 15, 2015, with Media General being the last to remove the network on their stations on May 29. Live Well Network continues to air in HD on the second subchannel of the seven ABC-owned television stations (WLS in Chicago airs it in standard definition). However, it will not produce any new episodes of Live Well programming.

Maha Music Festival

The Maha Music Festival is an independent music festival held in Omaha, Nebraska, United States. The festival is owned and operated by YFC, Inc., a non-profit organization.


NewsCenter or variant NewsCentre, is a brand that has been used by many broadcasting entities to refer to its regular newscasts.

In particular, "NewsCenter" may refer to:

The former NBC branding of Channel 4 News

WNBC-TV, using NewsCenter 4 in 1970s

NBC WCSH-6 Portland NewsCenter

NBC WLBZ-2 Bangor NewsCenter

Northland's NewsCenter, in Minnesota

WESH-TV in Orlando, using "NewsCenter 2" from the 1980s to 1992

WCVB-TV in Boston, using "NewsCenter 5" since its sign on in 1972

KGUN-TV in Tucson, using "NewsCenter 9" during the 1970s and 1980s

KMTV-TV in Omaha, using "NewsCenter 3" in the 1980s and 1990s

WDSU-TV in New Orleans, which used "NewsCenter 6" from June 1, 1978 thru 1987

WTHR-TV in Indianapolis, which used the hybrid brand "Eyewitness NewsCenter 13" from 1976 to 1979

KKTV in Colorado Springs, Colorado using "NewsCenter 11" from 1979 until 1989

KOA-TV later KCNC in Denver, Colorado using NewsCenter 4 from 1980 until 1989

"NewsCentre Nine", Australia

"NewsCentre 6", BTV/GMV Australia

NewsCenter 7 at Dayton, Ohio's WHIO-TV, since the 1970s

Common Dreams NewsCenter

Steve Austin's Broken Skull Challenge

Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Challenge is an American reality television competition show that premiered on July 6, 2014 on CMT. It is created and hosted by former professional wrestler Steve Austin. It has completed its fifth season which was announced by CMT on August 9, 2017, premiered September 26, and ended December 19, 2017 with no announcement of a renewal since then. New episodes aired every Tuesday at 10 pm EST.


WTMJ-TV, virtual channel 4 (UHF digital channel 28), is an NBC-affiliated television station licensed to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States. The station is owned by the E. W. Scripps Company. WTMJ-TV's studios are located on Capitol Drive (Wisconsin Highway 190) in Milwaukee (an Art Deco facility that is known as "Radio City", in tribute to the New York complex of the same name), and its transmitter is located approximately 4 miles (6.4 km) north of downtown Milwaukee.

From its inception until October 31, 2018, WTMJ-TV was a sister station to WTMJ radio (620 AM) and WKTI (94.5 FM). The radio stations are now owned by Good Karma Brands, but continue to share studios and internal operations (including web hosting) with Scripps and WTMJ-TV; Good Karma's WAUK (540) will eventually move to Radio City itself and operate under a lease agreement with Scripps.

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