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The KTXS News app delivers news, weather and sports in an instant. With the new and fully redesigned app you can watch live newscasts, get up-to-the minute local and national news, weather and traffic conditions and stay informed via notifications alerting you to breaking news and local events.

• Breaking news alerts and stories
• Live streaming
• New weather section with hourly and daily forecasts
• Live weather radar and traffic information
• Completely overhauled app that is faster and easier to use

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Bug fixes and performance improvements. Have feedback?
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Ratings and Reviews

KTXSis A-OK

I really enjoy the app and being informed of breaking News and weather anytime. I only wish they would have updates on stories, major stories, every hours or even every day until it becomes really old news. Or no longer needed.
Actually I wish this was true on the TV news as well.
KTXS #1

NO LANDSCAPE VIEW

Today’s update(9 Jan ) removes the ability of the app to rotate to landscape view. You also lose the ability to set the weather location to anything other than Abilene. Neither of these “features” are an improvement. I’d recommend NOT updating until a fix for the problems are addressed.

UPDATE(24 Jan ): Still No Landscape View with latest update. It also appears they’ve morphed into nothing more than a rebranded USA Today. Fewer and fewer local stories. You now must scroll down several sections just to get to the “Local” section.

Help

The last time not this time I updated this app I lost the icon for the app on my screen. I hoped this update it would come back. Maybe someone can help me.

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Seller
Bonten Media Group Holdings Inc.

Size
62 MB

Category
News

Compatibility
iPhone
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iPad
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iPod touch
Requires iOS or later.
Mac
Requires macOS or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
Languages

English, Spanish

Age Rating
4+

Copyright
© Sinclair Broadcast Group

Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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KTXS-TV

ABC/CW affiliate in Sweetwater, Texas

Not to be confused with KXTS-LD.

Television station in Texas, United States

Television station in Texas, United States

KTXS-TV, virtual channel 12 (UHFdigital channel 20), is an ABC-affiliatedtelevision station serving Abilene, Texas, United States that is licensed to Sweetwater. Owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group, it is a sister station to low-poweredMeTV affiliate KTES-LD, channel 40 (which KTXS simulcasts on its third digital subchannel). The two stations share studios on North Clack Street in Abilene and transmitter facilities near Trent, Texas.

KTXE-LD, virtual channel 12 (UHF digital channel 22) in San Angelo operates as a low-power satellite of KTXS-TV; this station's transmitter is located on West 26th Street in San Angelo.

History[edit]

The station signed on the air on January 30, as KPAR-TV. It was part of the West Texas Television Network, based at KDUB-TV (now KLBK-TV, channel 13) in Lubbock, and was a primary CBS affiliate with a secondary ABC affiliation. During the late s, the station was also briefly affiliated with the NTA Film Network.[1] The station's first studio was built on the eastern edge of Sweetwater; broadcasts from this location included a 6 p.m. newscast.

Grayson Enterprises bought the West Texas Television Network stations in Grayson opened a satellite studio in Abilene in the early s, and soon moved most of KPAR's operations there. This resulted in the first of many fines from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for violating "main studio" regulations. In , the station moved most of its operations to a new studio in north Abilene and the call letters were changed to KTXS.

Grayson nearly lost its stations, including KTXS, four times between and due to licensing issues. In , their renewals were deferred pending a hearing. Grayson was accused of fraudulent billing, program and transmitter log fabrication, main studio violations, failure to make required technical tests, and other problems.

The case was settled in what was then described as a "distress sale" where the stations were sold to a minority controlled group (nowadays known as a historically underutilized group) at a reduced price. The company breakup helped define the parameters of such a sale. KLBK and KTXS were sold to Prima, Inc., who was granted a permanent waiver of the main studio rule. Sweetwater continues to be the FCC city of license with the KTXS Tower in nearby Trent.

In , the station dropped CBS and became a full ABC affiliate after KTAB-TV (channel 32) signed on. Prima sold KTXS to Catclaw Communications in Catclaw in turn, sold it to Southwest Multimedia in Southwest Multimedia then sold the station to Lamco Communications in Lamco sold KTXS including 4 of its stations—WCYB-TV in Bristol, Virginia, KRCR-TV in Redding, California, WCTI-TV in New Bern, North Carolina and KECI-TV in Missoula, Montana to Bluestone Television in In September , KTXS started broadcasting The CW on digital subchannel Bluestone Television sold its stations (including KTXS) to Bonten Media Group in December for $ million.[2] The sale was completed on May 31, [3]

On April 21, , Sinclair Broadcast Group announced its intent to purchase the Bonten stations for $ million.[4] The sale was completed on September 1.[5]

Digital television[edit]

Digital channels[edit]

The stations' digital signals are multiplexed:

Analog-to-digital conversion[edit]

KTXS-TV shut down its analog signal, over VHF channel 12, on June 12, , the official date in which full-power television stations in the United States transitioned from analog to digital broadcasts under federal mandate. The station's digital signal remained on its pre-transition UHF channel [8] Through the use of PSIP, digital television receivers display the station's virtual channel as its former VHF analog channel

Coverage area[edit]

KTXS-TV serves as the ABC affiliate for 16 counties in West Central Texas that are part of the Abilene television market area (Brown, Callahan, Coke, Coleman, Eastland, Fisher, Haskell, Jones, Knox, Mitchell, Nolan, Runnels, Scurry, Shackelford, Stephens, Stonewall and Taylor). Through KTXE-LD, it also serves three counties in the San Angelo market (Concho, McCulloch and Tom Green).

KTXS also provides coverage for two other counties that are on the fringe of the actual assigned viewing market (Throckmorton in the Wichita Falls–Lawton market and Comanche in the Dallas–Fort Worth DMA. Throckmorton County was reassigned to the Wichita Falls–Lawton DMA from the Abilene DMA, as of September

Programming[edit]

Syndicated programming broadcast on KTXS includes The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Dr. Oz Show, Dr. Phil, Extra and Texas Country Reporter.

News operation[edit]

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This section needs expansion with: further history before and after You can help by adding to it. (September )

KTXS-TV presently broadcasts 17 hours of locally produced newscasts each week (with three hours each weekday and one hour each on Saturdays and Sundays).

On August 10, , KTXS began broadcasting its newscasts in p high definition with a new set and new graphics.

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Television stations serving Abilene and Sweetwater, Texas

Reception may vary by location and some stations may only be viewable with cable television

Local stations
  • KRBC-TV 9 (.1 NBC, .2 Grit, .3 Laff, .4 Bounce)
  • KTXS-TV 12 (.1 ABC, .2 CW+, .3MeTV)
  • KXVA 15 (.1 Fox, .2 MNTV, .3 Cozi, .4 Twist)
  • KTAB-TV 32 (.1 CBS, .2 TMD, .3 Mystery, .4 Ion)
  • KTES-LD 40 (.1 MeTV)
Adjacent locals
Defunct

Broadcast television in the Concho Valley, including San Angelo

Stations
  • KSAN-TV 3 (.1 NBC, .2 Bounce, .3 Laff, .4 Ion)
  • KIDY 6 (.1 Fox, .2 MNTV, .3 Cozi)
  • KLST 8 (.1 CBS, .2 Grit, .3 Mystery)
  • KANG-LD 31 (UniMás)
  • KTXE-LD 38 (.1 ABC, .2 CW+)
  • KEUS-LD 41 (.1 UNI, .2UniMás)
Cable channels
Distant stations
Defunct
Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KTXS-TV
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KTXS - KTXS This Morning 8:55 AM Cut-In, 6/6/2019

KTXS-TV is the ABCtelevision affiliate for the Abilene/Sweetwater/Brownwood market. The station is licensed to Sweetwater, and broadcasts its digital signal on UHF channel 20 (Suddenlink cable 4 in Abilene) from a broadcasting tower near Trent, Texas.

KTXS also has a low powered repeater, KTXE-LP channel 38 in San Angelo, Texas (called "KTXE 12", reflecting its cable slot on Suddenlink channel 12 in San Angelo).

History

KTXS signed on as KPAR-TV on January 2, It was part of the West Texas Television Network, based at KDUB-TV (now KLBK-TV, channel 13) in Lubbock, and was a primary CBS affiliate with a secondary ABC affiliation. During the late s, the station was also briefly affiliated with the NTA Film Network.[1] The station's first studio was built on the east edge of Sweetwater; broadcasts from this location included a newscast at 6 pm.

Grayson Enterprises bought the West Texas Television Network stations in Grayson opened a satellite studio in Abilene in the early s, and soon moved most of KPAR's operations there. This resulted in the first of many fines from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for violating "main studio" regulations. In , the station moved most of its operations to a new studio in north Abilene and the call letters were changed to KTXS. The station became a sole ABC affiliate when KTAB-TV signed on in and took over as Abilene's CBS affiliate.

In the late fifties or early sixties, auxiliary studios were built at a former auto dealer building in Abilene. In or later, the Abilene studios were moved to a new shopping mall (Westgate Shopping center) on the west edge of Abilene. These were used until when the studios were moved to the highway bypass at the north edge of town, straddling the city of Abilene, the county, and a small town called Impact(founded to allow liquor in otherwise dry west Texas).

Grayson nearly lost its stations, including KTXS, four times between and due to licensing issues. In , their renewals were deferred pending a hearing. Grayson was accused of fraudulent billing, program and transmitter log fabrication, main studio violations, failure to make required technical tests, etc.

The case was settled in what was then described as a "distress sale" where the stations were sold to a minority controlled group (nowadays known as a historically underutilized group) at a reduced price. The company break up actually help define the parameters of such a sale. KLBK and KTXS were sold to Prima, Inc., who was granted a permanent waiver of the main studio rule. It shut down the Sweetwater studio, but still identifies as "Sweetwater/Abilene."

In , the station dropped CBS and became a full ABC affiliate after KTAB-TV signed on. In September , KTXS started broadcasting the CW Television Network on digital subchannel Bluestone Television sold KTXS to Bonten Media Group in Bonten Media also owns station WCYB in Bristol, Tennessee and manages several other stations. On December 31, KTXS began broadcasting in High Definition on Suddenlink cable. On June 12, KTXS-TV shut off their analog signal. KTXS Chief Engineer Leland Ohlhausen turned off the KTXS Analog signal.

Coverage area

  • KTXS-TV serves as the ABC affiliate for 16 counties in West Central Texas that are part of the Abilene television market area.
  • (Taylor, Nolan, Callahan, Coleman, Brown, Runnels, Stephens, Shackelford, Jones, Eastland, Fisher, Scurry, Mitchell, Haskell, Stonewall, & Knox)
  • KTXS also provides coverage for 6 other counties that are on the fringe of the actual assigned viewing market.
  • (ThrockmortonWichita Falls-Lawton DMA, ComancheDallas-Fort Worth DMA, Tom GreenSan Angelo DMA, CokeSan Angelo DMA, McCullochSan Angelo DMA, & Concho also assigned to the San Angelo area DMA)
  • [Throckmorton County was reassigned to the Wichita Falls/Lawton DMA from the Abilene DMA as of September ]

On-air staff

Current on-air staff

Anchors

  • Braid Blanks: 5 and 10 PM Anchor/Reader's Choice Favorite Local News Anchor
  • George Levesque: News Director/5 PM Anchor
  • Laura Madison: Managing Editor/5 PM Anchor
  • Mari Cockerell: Morning Anchor
  • Mike Skow: Weekend Anchor/Military Reporter
  • Jacqueline (LaCroix) Hince: Weekend Anchor/Education Reporter

Reporters

  • Brittiny Barber: Nightside Reporter
  • Jocelyn Tovar: City Reporter
  • Trishna Begam: Crime Reporter
  • Laura Labay: Weekend Reporter

Weather team

  • Mark Rowlett: Chief Meteorologist (seen weekday evenings)
  • Danielle Dozier: Meteorologist (seen weekday mornings)
  • Julie Phillips: Meteorologist (seen weekends)

Sports team

  • Bryan Keating: Sports Director/Anchor
  • Ron Snyder: Weekend Anchor/Reporter

Past on-air staff

  • Chrissie Mouton: 6 & 10pm anchor ()
  • Melissa Garcia: Reporter/Telemundo Anchor (, now a reporter at WOAI-TV in San Antonio, TX)
  • LeAnn Allison: meteorologist/chief meteorologist (mids, now with KRDO-TV in Colorado Springs, CO)
  • Rick Bentley: sports anchor/reporter (early s, now a police officer)
  • Kim Betton: anchor/reporter/photojournalist (now with KARK-TV in Little Rock, AR)
  • Anita Blanton: reporter (early s, now morning anchor at KOCO-TV in Oklahoma City, OK)
  • Jennifer Bordelon: anchor/reporter (early s, now with KLTV-TV in Tyler, TX)
  • Aaron Burtch: sports/weather anchor (now an admissions counselor at Abilene Christian University)
  • Jennifer Bray: anchor, assignments editor, and news director (s, now an instructor at Texas A&M University–Corpus Christi)
  • Paul Brown: anchor and news director (, now with News 8 Austin in Austin, TX)
  • Nelly Carreno: anchor/reporter (early s, now main weather anchor at WSNS-TV in Chicago, IL)
  • Michelle Casas: anchor/reporter (early-mid s)
  • Lenore Castro: reporter (late s, deceased)
  • Andy Cerota: Reporter (, now at KTRK-TV in Houston)
  • Ty Chandler: anchor/reporter (early s, now with NY1 in New York city)
  • Christy Cheves: sports anchor/reporter (, now owns an Austin-based public relations firm)
  • Keyla Concepción: anchor/reporter (early s, now public information officer with the Broward County Sheriff's Office in Florida)
  • Gilbert Corsey: Reporter (, now with WCHS-TV in Charleston, WV)
  • Mike Costa: reporter (mid s)
  • Kris Davis-Jones: anchor/reporter (now an attorney in Austin, TX)
  • Hollani Davis: anchor/reporter (early s, now with WDBJ-TV in Roanoke, VA)
  • Jerry Eckhart: chief meteorologist
  • Nina Edwards: anchor/reporter (s)
  • Chad Garneau: Meteorologist () now at FOX 16 Little Rock, AR
  • Gabriella Gonzales: Telemundo anchor/Reporter ()
  • Janet Gregg: (now president of Gregg Communications)
  • George Flickinger: meteorologist/chief meteorologist (late s, now with KJRH-TV in Tulsa, OK)
  • Lesley Floyd: sports reporter/anchor (early s, now Lesley McCaslin with News 8 Austin in Austin, TX)
  • Brooke Hart: anchor/reporter (early s, now with NBC Newschannel in Washington, DC)
  • Reba Hollingsworth: anchor/reporter (mid s, now freelance reporter in Washington, DC)
  • Chance Horner: photographer/producer (late , now with Fox in Little Rock)
  • Bob Izzard: weather anchor (s, retired)
  • Nate Johnson: meteorologist/chief meteorologist (, now with WRAL-TV in Raleigh, NC)
  • Charlie Jordan: meteorologist (late s, retired)
  • Steve Kersh: meteorologist/chief meteorologist (s, now with KVII-TV in Amarillo, TX)
  • Janet Kwak 5pm anchor/reporter (, now reporter at WOAI-TV in San Antonio, TX)
  • Andrew LaFavers: meteorologist (, now an instructor with Dallas Baptist University)
  • Damon Lane: meteorologist/chief meteorologist (), now with KOCO-TV in Oklahoma City, OK
  • Mike Licquia: reporter (s-early s, now with WCTI-TV in New Bern, NC)
  • Lacie Lowry: anchor/repoter (, now reporter with KOTV-TV in Tulsa, OK)
  • Kyle McAlister: anchor ( and , now with Aflac in Abilene, TX)
  • Sharla McBride: sports reporter () now weekend sports anchor at WNEP in Scranton, PA
  • Rupal Meta: reporter (s)
  • Harvey Mireles: reporter (mids, last seen at KVII-TV in Amarillo, TX)
  • Iain Munro: news director (, now news director with KRQE-TV in Albuquerque, NM)
  • Melissa Newton: reporter (early , later moved to KOCO 5 in Oklahoma City, now reporter at CBS 11 in Dallas/Fort Worth)
  • Jimmy Parker: farm and ranch reporter (s-early s, deceased)
  • Lauren Przybyl: anchor/reporter (early s, now with KDFW-TV in Dallas, TX)
  • Kim Ponis: sports anchor/reporter (s)
  • Ted Price: anchor/reporter (s)
  • Vanessa Reyes: anchor/reporter (early s, now with KFOX-TV in El Paso, TX/Las Cruces, NM)
  • Roxanne Rodriguez: anchor/reporter (early s)
  • Mark Rogers: sports anchor/director (early-mid s, now a recruiter at Hendrick Medical Center in Abilene)
  • Paula Rowland: morning weather (s)
  • Elizabeth Salinas: reporter (; now Elizabeth Salinas-Strittmatter, and an attorney in Austin, TX)
  • Jennifer Saucedo: reporter (, now at KABB Fox 29 in San Antonio, TX)
  • Braid Sharp: anchor/reporter (early s, now the Development Director at Texas State Technical College in Abilene)
  • Matt Smith: farm and ranch reporter (early-mid s)
  • Dean Staley: reporter (early s)
  • Cam Tran weekend anchor/city reporter (, now reporter at WMTW-TV in Portland, ME)
  • Tim Vasquez: meteorologist (, now author and designer of Digital Atmosphere weather analysis software, founder of WeatherGraphics)
  • Amy Wallis: anchor/reporter (mid s-early s, last seen as host of Hot On! Dallas/Ft. Worth in Dallas, TX)
  • Matt Waterwall: anchor/reporter (mid s-early s, now with CLTV in Chicago, IL)
  • Karen Wilkison: anchor and political reporter (s-mid s)
  • Crystal Wolf: anchor

News/station presentation

Newscast titles

  • Newsroom (early s)
  • TV News (late s-early s)
  • Newservice 12 (mid s)
  • Action News 12 (early s)
  • NewsCenter 12
  • K-Texas Action News (?–s)
  • KTXS News 12 (s–?)
  • KTXS News (?–present)

Station slogans

  • The News Leader (early s)
  • Earning Your Trust (present)
  • The Station That Tracks Storms (weather slogan; present)

References

  1. ^"Require Prime Evening Time for NTA Films", Boxoffice: 13, November 10,

External links

Sours: https://annex.fandom.com/wiki/KTXS-TV

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