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KIDY
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San Angelo, Texas
Branding Fox 10 (cable channel)
Channels Digital: 19 (UHF)
Affiliations Fox
Owner Sage Broadcasting Corporation
First air date May 12, 1984
Former channel number(s) Analog:
6 (VHF, 1984-2009)
Former affiliations independent (1984-1987)
Transmitter Power 700 kW
Height 239 m
Facility ID 58560
Transmitter Coordinates 31°35′21.5″N 100°31′1.3″W / 31.589306°N 100.517028°W / 31.589306; -100.517028
Website www.myfoxsanangelo.com

KIDY is a television station in San Angelo, Texas, broadcasting locally on digital channel 19 as a Fox affiliate, and is owned by Sage Broadcasting. Oddly, while the station's over-the-air analog channel number was 6, it is referred to on the air as Fox 10 because channel 10 is the station's designation on all cable systems in the area.

Contents

News/Station presentation

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Newscast titles

  • Channel 6 News (1984-1987)
  • Action 6 News (1987-1988)

History

KIDY began broadcasting on May 12, 1984. It became a Fox affiliate on April 5, 1987. The digital signal for KIDY is available on channel 19.

News Department (Closed in 1988)

Former Anchors

NEWS

  • Dan Springer
  • Rachel Kissko
  • Jack Morgan
  • Melanie Badger

SPORTS

  • Bob Lenertz (Sports Director)
  • Brian Pomroy Sports Anchor

WEATHER

  • Pete Micale
  • Mark Batson
  • Caleen Burton (Also a Reporter)

External links

Elizabeth Holley News Anchor


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