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By Associated Press. Channel 6 was the first television station to sign on in the Shreveport–Texarkana market and the first such station to be licensed to a city outside of Shreveport; it is also the only full-power television station in the Shreveport–Texarkana Designated Market Area that is licensed to a municipality not within the Louisiana portion of the market. © 1998 - 2020 Nexstar Inc. | All Rights Reserved. The voters’ choices will force a rethinking of Democratic Party strategy, messaging and approach from the Trump era. In addition, KTAL produces an additional 16 hours of locally produced newscasts each week for Fox-affiliated sister KMSS-TV (with three hours each weekday, and a half-hour each on Saturdays and Sundays) and 2½ hours of newscasts each week for MyNetworkTV-affiliated sister KSHV-TV (with a half-hour each weekday). Meet the THV11 Team.  6.4 flipped to HSN in September 2020. KTAL NBC 6 and ArkLaTexHomepage.com is your source for local news that matters. Untitled Document Anchors Dan Jovic Jacque Jovic Marquel Sennet Brad Cesak Heather Wright Ark-La-Tex Weather Authority Todd Warren Josh Marcisz Jesse Kelley Sports Team Wesley Boone EmmaKate Few Re…
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), In March 1961, NBC reached an agreement with KTAL-TV to become the network's primary affiliate for the enlarged Shreveport-Texarkana market, replacing KTBS-TV (channel 3), which had served as Shreveport's original NBC affiliate since the station launched on September 3, 1955; KTBS's contract with NBC was not scheduled to expire until September 1962, though there had been speculation that KTBS and KTAL would swap primary affiliations before its expiration. On October 1, 2018, KTAL launched a digital subchannel on virtual channel 6.4 to serve as a charter affiliate of the CBN News Channel, a Christian-oriented news channel owned by the Christian Broadcasting Network. COVID-19: ‘The Bitter End’ for nation’s live music venues?
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The FCC granted the permit to the Palmer/Hussman-led group on February 5, 1953. (As such, it is the only major network affiliate in the Ark-La-Tex that is licensed to a municipality outside Louisiana.) / ... Self - Dr. Jenny Yip, Clinical Psychologist, Model for Surefoot Ski Wear - On location with Allie MacKay, Self - US Editor of Slink Magazine, style segment, Self - Judge (segment "The Audition") (2004), Self - Winner (segment "The Audition") (2004), associate producer / assistant producer (18 episodes, 2006-2008), assistant producer (11 episodes, 2005-2006), producer / segment producer (2 episodes, 2007-2008), supervising segment producer (unknown episodes), Talent Booker / Talent Producer (180 episodes, 2009-2014), news assistant / assistant to producer (9 episodes, 2001-2003), product placement / Product Placement (5 episodes, 2011-2019), assistant news director (unknown episodes).
KTAL secondary studio building and news bureau in Texarkana, Texas. Michael Coleman is the Sports Director for KLTV 7/KTRE 9.He joined KLTV in 2017. Our brand encompasses numerous aspects of our viewer’s lives—Faith, Money, Health and Family matters. Originally scheduled to debut on 1½ months earlier on July 1, the station first signed on the air on August 16, 1953. The FCC subsequently granted a reassignment of the KTAL license and its accompanying VHF channel 6 allocation to Shreveport on October 11, 1961. After struggling to find a timeslot for the show, having shifted it from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., the local programming rights to Sesame Street were moved to KSLA in February 1972, where it remained until both cable penetration allowed the show to be made available through other PBS member stations within the region and Louisiana Public Broadcasting (LPB) drafted plans to launch KLTS (channel 24), which launched as a satellite of the state network's Baton Rouge flagship, WLPB-TV, on August 9, 1978.
It originally operated as a primary affiliate of CBS—an affiliation that was inherited through KCMC radio's longtime relationship with the television network's direct predecessor, the CBS Radio Network—although it also maintained secondary affiliations with NBC, ABC and the DuMont Television Network, carrying select programs from all three networks. (Station advertisements did not include Caddo Parish as being part of KCMC's viewing area, even though its designated area included the neighboring Louisiana parishes of Bossier, Webster and Claiborne and the neighboring Texas counties of Cass, Marion and Harrison. ), KCMC-TV disaffiliated from DuMont after the network ceased operations in August 1956, amid various issues that arose from DuMont's relations with Paramount Pictures that hamstrung it from expansion; this left KCMC-TV with a primary CBS affiliate with secondary affiliations with ABC and NBC.