We provide reviews of streaming services, devices and TV antennas. Following the sale's closure, KXTX also integrated its operations into KXAS's Broadcast Hill studio facilities on Barnett Street in eastern Fort Worth. As KXTX, during the late 1980s, the station took over the rights to the two-hour weekly wrestling program Championship Sports, which had aired Saturday nights on KTVT since the mid-1970s and also carried the syndicated version of the World Class Championship Wrestling's weekly program (KTVT concurrently aired the locally produced version of the program, Saturday Night Wrestling). Schedule . This news broadcast presents the morning's top stories and breaking news from around the world. Three men were fatally shot early Sunday at a dance club in northwest Dallas, police say. , Coinciding with the commencement of local programming production at The Studios at DFW facility, KXTX began broadcasting its newscasts and other local programs in high definition on September 30, 2013, becoming the second Spanish-language station and the seventh (and last) television station overall in the Dallas-Fort Worth market to begin broadcasting their newscasts in the format. El Paso, Texas, is turning its convention center into a field hospital and asking residents to stay at home for two weeks after the city recorded a roughly 200 percent increase in COVID-19 hospitalizations in less than a month, officials said Sunday.  The station's digital signal remained on its pre-transition UHF channel 40; independent station KLDT (virtual channel 55, now Azteca América affiliate KAZD) moved its digital signal to KXTX's former channel 39 allocation at the same time, using PSIP to display KXTX-TV's virtual channel as 39 on digital television receivers.
The competition heads to Indiana where the competitors face six obstacles, including three new ones. The Denton Police Department is holding an awards ceremony to recognize an officer who was shot in the line of duty last October and those who aided in the incident and the apprehension of the suspect... Get ready, here comes a taste of winter! The station was founded by Trigg-Vaughn, the original applicant of the construction permit to build its broadcasting facilities; the permit was subsequently acquired by Doubleday Broadcasting; the company eventually moved its headquarters from New York City to Dallas on June 18, 1969, with KDTV serving as the company's flagshiptelevision property. Doubleday attempted to donate it to three different non-profit interests—Area Education Television Foundation, Inc., the Dallas Independent School District (both of which owned PBS member station KERA-TV (channel 13) at the time) and Berean Fellowship International (which had owned a station on UHF channel 33, KBFI, from February to December 1972)—however, neither entity accepted Doubleday's offer as the terms of the donation proposal required the prospective owner to assume a large amount of KDTV's debt. As KDTV, the station also held broadcast rights to games from the Dallas Blackhawks and Fort Worth Wings hockey, Dallas-Fort Worth Spurs baseball, Dallas Tornado soccer and Dallas Chaparrals basketball teams. Copyright © 2020 NBCUniversal Media, LLC. Morning Blend is a lively mix of the day's top stories, weather, traffic and entertainment.
Fox's prime time and sports programming moved from KDAF to KDFW on July 2, 1995, with the CBS affiliation concurrently moving to KTVT; three days later on July 5, KDAF (which later came under Renaissance ownership on July 9) officially took over the WB affiliation, rendering KXTX as a true independent once again. This morning newscast features top headlines, sports results and financial news. Under this agreement, Fort Worth-based NBC affiliate KXAS-TV (channel 5)—which LIN owned at the time—began pooling some first-run syndicated programs seen on KXAS for broadcast on KXTX and allowed it to air rebroadcasts of KXAS's 6:00 and 10:00 p.m. newscasts. One person is dead after a shooting near Cedar Ridge Preserve in Dallas Sunday afternoon, police say. American Ninja Warrior Indianapolis Qualifier. The sale came after Southwest Sports Group sold the television rights to the Rangers and Stars to regional sports network Fox Sports Net Southwest. Construction of the facility began that month, and was completed in September 2013, with the building formally opening on September 30. KXTX became an owned-and-operated station of the Spanish language network on January 1, 2002; KFWD subsequently became an English-language independent station (the station would eventually revert to a Spanish language programming format in August 2012, as a charter affiliate of MundoFox). Maxie is defensive. The station carried at least 28 regular season games as well as two preseason games involving the Stars, with play-by-play audio of the telecasts bring simulcast on news-talk radio station WBAP (820 AM). TV Schedule. Local programming on KXTX included Reflect, a public affairs talk show co-hosted by Don Hall and Durline Dunham, which aired every Sunday evening at 6:30 and 11:00 p.m. On September 18, 2014, KXTX premiered a half-hour newscast at 4:30 p.m., one of several Telemundo O&Os that launched expanded late-afternoon newscasts during the 2014-15 season that included an overall revamp of the network's daytime schedule to accommodate the programs. On October 23, 1997, as part of LIN Television's acquisition by Dallas-based investment firm Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst, LIN contributed the sale of a 76% majority equity interest in KXAS-TV to a joint venture with NBC Inc., which in turn would contribute a 24% share of San Diego owned-and-operated station KNSD to Hicks Muse, predicated on the firm acquiring and closing on its deal with LIN. NoCable's team will often recommend products we believe to be useful for our readers.