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KSAN-TV
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San Angelo, Texas
Branding K-SAN 3
Slogan San Angelo's News Channel
Channels Digital: 16 (UHF)
Affiliations NBC
Owner Mission Broadcasting, Inc.
(operated by Nexstar Broadcasting Group, Inc.)
First air date February 8, 1962 (satellite of KRBC-TV until 1999)
Call letters’ meaning San ANgelo
Sister station(s) KLST
Former callsigns KACB-TV (1962-2003)
Former channel number(s) Analog:
3 (VHF, 1962-2009)
Transmitter Power 1000 kW
Height 159.7 m
Facility ID 307
Transmitter Coordinates 31°37′22.7″N 100°26′15.5″W / 31.622972°N 100.437639°W / 31.622972; -100.437639
Website www.conchovalleyhomepage.com
For other uses of the "KSAN" calls/acronym, see KSAN.

KSAN-TV is the NBC affiliate for the San Angelo, Texas, USA market, owned and operated by Mission Broadcasting.

KSAN is owned by Mission Broadcasting; through a Local Sales Agreement the station is operated by CBS affiliate KLST, which is owned and operated by Nexstar Broadcasting Group.

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History

The station originally had its start in 1962 as KACB-TV, a satellite of Abilene's KRBC-TV. In 1999, KACB became the third full-fledged station in the San Angelo market, with its own news department, local advertising and programming line-up. On October 1, 2003, KACB-TV was renamed KSAN-TV. To this day, both KSAN and KRBC, though now separate stations, remain under the same ownership (Mission Broadcasting).

KSAN-TV (Channel 32) was originally an early UHF television station in San Francisco, California, which first began operations in 1954, but had a relatively small audience for many years since few Bay Area television sets had UHF tuners in the 1950s. KSAN-TV stayed dark until 1962. The station was bought by Metromedia and renamed KNEW-TV, then taken over by KQED (Channel 9) and renamed KQEC-TV to offer additional PBS programming.

Personalities

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Current personalities

  • Vince Atkinson - Weeknight Anchor
  • Pachatta Pope - Weeknight Anchor
  • Jacob Rankin - Chief Meteorologist
  • Randy Ward - Sports Director/Weeknight Sports Anchor
  • Nicole Sanchez - Weekend Anchor/Weekday Reporter
  • John Hornbuckle - Weekend Sports Anchor/Reporter
  • Skyler Nichols - Weekday Reporter

News/Station presentation

Newscast titles

  • KSAN NewsChannel 3 (1990s-2006)
  • KSAN News (2006-present)

Station slogans

  • San Angelo's News Channel (1996-present)
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