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List of NBC television affiliates (table)

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The NBC Television Network is an American television network made up of 11 owned-and-operated stations and nearly 200 affiliates. This is a table listing of NBC's affiliates, with NBC-owned stations separated from privately owned affiliates, and arranged in alphabetical order by city of license. There are links to and articles on each of the stations, describing their local programming, hosts and technical information, such as broadcast frequencies.

The station's virtual (PSIP) channel number follows the call letters. The number in parentheses that follows is the station's actual digital channel number.

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Note: Two boldface asterisks appearing following a station's call letters (**) indicate a station that was built and signed-on by NBC.

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Some television programs are lucky enough to have long runs on the air and become part of the pop culture zeitgeist. Others aren’t so lucky. The really unfortunate are those that come to our homes full of hope and promise, but don’t even make it to multiple episodes. Here are Screen Rant’s 10 TV shows cancelled after one episode. Heil Honey, I’m Home Comedy is usually at its best when it has an edge, and there aren’t many more controversial topics than racial and ethnic humor. While audiences found a soft spot for the likes of Archie Bunker, this British sitcom went too far. Starring caricaturized versions of Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun, the romantic couple sees their happy life crumble around them when they become neighbors to a Jewish couple. Hilarity obviously didn’t ensue, and it’s easy to understand why there were problems with the premise. Poking fun at the Third Reich is something we enjoy, but it needs to be done tastefully a la Mel Brooks. Osbournes Reloaded The Osbourne family had one hit reality show, but they couldn’t make it 2/2 with their attempt at a variety show. Despite backing from American Idol producers, Osbournes Reloaded couldn’t find an audience and was panned by critics, who labeled it as “Must-Flee TV.” We love rocking out to Ozzy, but the sight of seeing him do comedy sketches in drag and see members of the clan work “real jobs” like fast food drive thru obviously didn’t have much appeal. Poor ratings and concerns about the content on network TV gave Fox no choice but to remove it after the premiere episode aired. Dot Comedy At the turn of the new millennium, people were just beginning to understand the wonders of the Internet, and television wanted in on the party. Knowing that the world wide web could be a breeding ground for humor and hijinks, ABC green lit this series that would feature want-to-be stars trying to go viral. The clip show was prophetic in its vision, but network executives weren’t pleased with the low ratings, as the 4.1 million viewers was a smaller total than the show Dot Comedy replaced in the lineup. If only ABC had waited a few more years, they might have had a real winner. Emily’s Reasons Why Not It was big news when star Heather Graham made the jump from movies to TV, and that’s the most memorable aspect of the short-lived sitcom Emily’s Reasons Why Not. The main culprit was its unoriginal setup, which saw Graham playing a self-help author who comically couldn’t figure out the problems in her own life. Bringing nothing new to the table, the show was panned by critics and failed to draw in viewers despite a large amount of hype. With that reaction, ABC had plenty of answers to the question “why not” when it came to the fate of the episodes that were left over. Quarterlife Hollywood is full of portrayals of people undergoing a midlife crisis, but quarterlife can be just as terrifying. That was the idea behind NBC’s 2008 broadcast version of a MySpace series. Though the web series was a hit that racked up the hits, the television show couldn’t attract a similar audience. The premiere episode got a dismal response from viewers, with ratings lower than the Democratic Presidential debate happening at the same time. It was an unheard of failure for the network, who quickly canceled the show and sent the remaining episodes to sister station Bravo. Shows not every phenomenon is a guaranteed success. Secret Talents of the Stars A celebrity may be famous for acting or singing, but that doesn’t mean their skill set is limited to a singular talent. CBS intended to show how gifted our favorite stars were with an intended seven-week reality competition featuring big names like Joe Frazier and George Takei. Audiences even had the chance to vote from home in the tournament, but they didn’t take the bait. The concept was deemed too ridiculous by the masses, and Secret Talents of the Stars was pulled after the first episode aired. Our guess is nobody had the ability to turn all TVs to the same channel during its airtime. Co-Ed Fever After the success of Animal House, everyone wanted in on the frat comedy craze, but the genre wasn’t meant for network TV. One of the most infamous failures was this short-lived CBS sitcom, which tried to showcase the hysteria of guys being accepted to a formerly all-girls college. Uninspired with its setup and character development, Co-Ed Fever never even made its regularly scheduled time slot. The special “preview night” episode that aired was so low rated and trashed by critics, the network pulled the plug right there. But the series wasn’t a total loss. One of the sets found a second life as the girl’s dormitory on the first season of Facts of Life, so there’s that. Breaking Boston Usually, reality shows are designed for people to make financial gains, but Mark Wahlberg had a different idea when he launched Breaking Boston. The show focused on four young women who were working to improve their lives in Bean Town, hoping for some personal fulfillment along the way. It’s an intriguing setup for a show and had the backing of one of Hollywood’s biggest stars, but those proved to be its only merits. Citing “underperformance,” A&E pulled it from its lineup after a single episode. America allegedly loves the story of blue collar people turning things around, but this one couldn’t resonate with enough people. The Rich List Billed as the most addicting game show since Who Wants to be a Millionaire was in its prime, The Rich List turned out to be broke. Fox heavily promoted the program, especially during their World Series coverage, but failed to sell audiences on the hype. Premiering to low ratings, network executives had no choice but to ax it after one show. The premise was revived in the GSN program called The Money List, but that iteration lasted only nine episodes. As much as audiences love watching game shows, it’s clear that there’s a rule to decide which ones make the cut and which ones go home. Ford Nation Thanks to highly publicized scandals, Toronto mayor Rob Ford and his brother Doug were household names, which of course meant they deserved a TV show. Promoted as a weekly program that would air Mondays, Ford Nation actually turned out to be a ratings winner for the Sun News Network. Despite much interest, the show ended up being too expensive for the fledgling channel to produce, as the one episode that aired took five hours to record and eight more to edit. Those involved now claim it was only meant as a one-time deal, but they’re clearly trying to save face. Those are our picks for TV shows that were canceled after one episode. Are there any we missed? Which shows do you wish got past the first airing? Sound off in the comments below and subscribe to our channel for more videos like this one!

Contents

Owned-and-operated stations

Stations are listed in alphabetical order by state and city of license. Owned-and-operated stations broadcasting on digital subchannels are italicized.

City of license/Market Station Channel
TV (DT)
Year of affiliation Owned since Notes
Los Angeles KNBC ** 4 (36) 1949 1949 Brands itself as "NBC 4 Southern California"
San Diego KNSD 39 (40) 1977 1996 Brands itself as "NBC 7 San Diego"
San Jose - San Francisco - Oakland KNTV 11 (12) 2001 2002 Brands itself as "NBC Bay Area"
New Britain - Hartford - New Haven WVIT 30 (35) 1953 1997 Previously owned by NBC from 1956–1959
Brands itself as "NBC Connecticut"
Washington, D.C. WRC-TV ** 4 (48) 1947 1947 Brands itself as "NBC 4 Washington"
Miami - Fort Lauderdale WTVJ 6 (31) 1989 1987 Previously with NBC (secondary) from 1948-1956
San Juan WKAQ-DT3 2.3 (28.3) 2014 1987 Primary channel is a Telemundo owned-and-operated station
Brands itself as "NBC Puerto Rico"
Full satellite of WNBC, New York, NY
Chicago WMAQ-TV ** 5 (29) 1948 1948 Brands itself as "NBC 5 Chicago"
Boston WBTS-LD ** 8 (46) 2017 2017 Low-power digital station
Brands itself as "NBC 10 Boston"
Simulcasts on the DT2 subchannel of Telemundo O&O WNEU, Merrimack, NH
Nashua, New Hampshire WYCN-CD 15 (43) 2018 2018 Class-A digital station
Full satellite of WBTS-LD, Boston, MA
New York City WNBC ** 4 (28) 1941 1941
Philadelphia WCAU 10 (34) 1995 1995
Fort Worth - Dallas KXAS-TV 5 (24) 1948 1997

Affiliate stations

Stations are arranged in alphabetical order by city of license. Affiliates broadcasting on digital subchannels are italicized.

City of license/Market Station Channel
TV (DT)
Year of affiliation Ownership Notes
Abilene - Sweetwater, TX KRBC-TV 9 (29) 1953 Mission Broadcasting
(operated by Nexstar Media Group)
Ada, OK - Sherman, TX KTEN 10 (26) 1977 Lockwood Broadcast Group
Albany, Georgia WALB-TV 10 (10) 1954 Gray Television
Albany - Schenectady - Troy, N.Y. WNYT 13 (12) 1981 Hubbard Broadcasting
Albuquerque - Santa Fe KOB 4 (26) 1948 Hubbard Broadcasting
Alexandria, Louisiana KALB-TV 5 (35) 1954 Gray Television
Amarillo, Texas KAMR-TV 4 (19) 1953 Nexstar Media Group
Anchorage, Alaska KTUU-TV 2 (10) 1971 Gray Television Previously with NBC from 1953–1967
Certain station programming (including NBC network programming) are also broadcast in the Alaskan Bush via the Alaska Rural Communications Service
Atlanta WXIA-TV 11 (10) 1980 Tegna
Augusta, Georgia WAGT-CD 26 (30) 2017 Gray Television Class-A digital station
Successor to WAGT, which had been with NBC from 1968-1970 and since 1974
Austin, Texas KXAN-TV 36 (21) 1966 Nexstar Media Group
Bakersfield, California KGET-TV 17 (25) 1984 Nexstar Media Group
Baltimore WBAL-TV 11 (11) 1995 Hearst Television Previously with NBC from 1948–1981
Bangor, Maine WLBZ 2 (2) 1959 Tegna Semi-satellite of WCSH, Portland, ME
Baton Rouge, Louisiana WVLA-TV 33 (34) 1977 White Knight Broadcasting
(operated by Nexstar Media Group)
Beaumont - Port Arthur, TX KBMT-DT2 12.2 (12.2) 2009 Tegna Branded as "K-JAC: Your NBC"
Primary channel is affiliated with ABC
Bend, Oregon KTVZ 21 (21) 1977 News-Press & Gazette Company
Billings, Montana KULR-TV 8 (11) 1987 Cowles Company
Biloxi - Gulfport, MS WXXV-DT2 25.2 (48.2) 2012 Morris Multimedia Primary channel is affiliated with Fox and MyNetworkTV
Binghamton, New York WBGH-CD 20 (20) 1997 Nexstar Media Group Low-power digital station
Brands itself as "NBC 5"
Simulcasts on the DT2 subchannel of ABC affiliate WIVT, Binghamton, NY
Birmingham - Tuscaloosa - Anniston WVTM-TV 13 (13) 1954 Hearst Television Dual affiliation with ABC 1954-61
Dual affiliation with CBS 1961-1970
Was an NBC-owned station from 1996–2006
Bismarck, North Dakota KFYR-TV 5 (31) 1953 Gray Television
Bluefield - Beckley, W.V. WVVA 6 (46) 1955 Quincy Media
Boise KTVB 7 (7) 1953 Tegna
Bowling Green, Kentucky WNKY 40 (16) 2001 Marquee Broadcasting
Bristol, Virginia (Tri-Cities, TN-VA) WCYB-TV 5 (5) 1956 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Brownsville, TX (Rio Grande Valley) KVEO-TV 23 (24) 1981 Nexstar Media Group
Bryan - College Station, TX KAGS-LD 23 (23) 2003 Tegna Low-power digital station
Semi-satellite of KCEN-TV, Temple, TX
Buffalo WGRZ 2 (33) 1958 Tegna Previously with NBC from 1954–1956
Butte - Bozeman, MT KTVM-TV 6 (6) 1970 Sinclair Broadcast Group Semi-satellite of KECI-TV, Missoula, MT
Casper - Riverton, WY KCWY-DT 13 (12) 2003 Gray Television
Charleston, South Carolina WCBD-TV 2 (20) 1996 Nexstar Media Group Previously with NBC from 1954–1962
Charlotte WCNC-TV 36 (22) 1978 Tegna
Charlottesville - Harrisonburg, VA WVIR-TV 29 (32) 1973 Waterman Broadcasting Corporation
Chattanooga WRCB 3 (13) 1956 Sarkes Tarzian, Inc.
Cheboygan - Sault Ste. Marie, MI WTOM-TV 4 (35) 1959 Sinclair Broadcast Group Full satellite of WPBN-TV, Traverse City, MI
Chico - Redding, CA KNVN 24 (24) 1985 Maxair Media
(operated by Heartland Media)
Chisholm, Minnesota KRII 11 (11) 2002 Quincy Media Semi-satellite of KBJR-TV, Superior, WI
Cincinnati WLWT 5 (35) 1948 Hearst Television
Clarksburg - Weston, W.V. WBOY-TV 12 (12) 1957 Nexstar Media Group
Cleveland WKYC ** 3 (17) 1948 Tegna Was an NBC-owned station from 1948–1956 and 1965–1991
Columbia - Jefferson City, MO KOMU-TV 8 (8) 1986 University of Missouri
(Missouri School of Journalism)
Previously with NBC from 1953–1981
Columbia, South Carolina WIS 10 (10) 1953 Gray Television
Columbus, Georgia WLTZ 38 (35) 1970 SagamoreHill Broadcasting
Columbus, Ohio WCMH-TV 4 (14) 1949 Nexstar Media Group Was an NBC-owned station from 1996–2006
Coos Bay, Oregon KMCB 23 (22) 1991 Roberts Media
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
Full satellite of KMTR, Eugene, OR
Corpus Christi, Texas KRIS-TV 6 (13) 1956 Cordillera Communications
Davenport, Iowa (Quad Cities) KWQC-TV 6 (36) 1949 Gray Television
Dayton, Ohio WDTN 2 (50) 2004 Nexstar Media Group Previously with NBC from 1949–1980
Daytona Beach - Orlando - Melbourne WESH 2 (11) 1956 Hearst Television
Decatur - Springfield -
Champaign - Urbana, IL
WAND 17 (17) 2005 Block Communications
Denver KUSA-TV 9 (9) 1995 Tegna
Des Moines WHO-DT 13 (13) 1954 Tribune Broadcasting
Detroit WDIV-TV 4 (45) 1947 Graham Media Group
Dickinson, North Dakota KQCD-TV 7 (7) 1980 Gray Television Semi-satellite of KFYR-TV, Bismarck, ND
Dothan, Alabama WRGX-LD 23 (23) 2013 Gray Television Low-power digital station
Simulcasts on the DT4 subchannel of CBS affiliate WTVY, Dothan, AL
Eau Claire - La Crosse, WI WEAU 13 (38) 1953 Gray Television
El Dorado, AR - Monroe, LA KTVE 10 (27) 1981 Mission Broadcasting
(operated by Nexstar Media Group)
Previously with NBC from 1955–1966
El Paso, TX-Las Cruces, NM KTSM-TV 9 (9) 1953 Nexstar Media Group
Elmira, New York WETM-TV 18 (18) 1956 Nexstar Media Group
Erie, Pennsylvania WICU-TV 12 (12) 1949 Lilly Broadcasting
Eugene, Oregon KMTR 16 (17) 1982 Roberts Media
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
Eureka, California KIEM-TV 3 (3) 1984 Northwest Broadcasting
Evansville, Indiana WFIE 14 (46) 1953 Gray Television
Fairbanks, Alaska KTVF 11 (26) 1996 Gray Television
Fargo - Grand Forks, N.D. KVLY-TV 11 (44) 1983 Gray Television
Farmington, New Mexico KOBF-TV 12 (17) 1972 Hubbard Broadcasting Full satellite of KOB-TV, Albuquerque, NM
Flagstaff, Arizona KNAZ-TV 2 (22) 1970 Tegna Full satellite of KPNX, Mesa, AZ
Fort Myers - Naples, FL WBBH-TV 20 (15) 1968 Waterman Broadcasting Corporation Brands itself as "NBC 2"
Fort Wayne, Indiana WPTA-DT2 21.2 (24.2) 2016 Quincy Media Brands itself as "Fort Wayne's NBC"
Primary channel is affiliated with ABC
Fresno, California KSEE 24 (38) 1953 Nexstar Media Group
Gainesville, Florida WNBW-DT 9 (9) 2008 MPS Media, LLC
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group via New Age Media, LLC)
Garden City, Kansas KSNG 11 (11) 1958 Nexstar Media Group Full satellite of KSNW, Wichita, KS
Glendive, Montana KXGN-DT2 5.2 (5.2) 2009 Stephan Marks Simulcasts newscasts from KULR-TV, Billings, MT
Primary channel is affiliated with CBS
Grand Junction, Colorado KKCO 11 (12) 1996 Gray Television
Grand Rapids - Kalamazoo - Battle Creek WOOD-TV 8 (7) 1949 Nexstar Media Group
Great Bend, Kansas KSNC 2 (22) 1954 Nexstar Media Group Full satellite of KSNW, Wichita, KS
Great Falls, Montana KTGF-LD 50 (19) 2005 Cordillera Communications Low-power digital station
Full satellite of KTVH-DT, Helena, MT
Green Bay WGBA-TV 26 (41) 1995 E.W. Scripps Company
Greenville - Spartanburg - Asheville WYFF 4 (36) 1953 Hearst Television
Grenada - Greenville - Greenwood, MS WNBD-LD 33 (33) 2010 Northwest Broadcasting Low-power digital station
Digital subchannel on channel 15 is affiliated with CBS
Hastings - Lincoln - Kearney, NE KSNB-TV 4 (4) 2014 Gray Television Successor to KHAS-TV, which had been with NBC since 1956
Helena, Montana KTVH-DT 12 (12) 1958 Cordillera Communications
Hilo, Hawaii KHBC-TV 13 (22) 1995 Gray Television Full satellite of KHNL, Honolulu, HI
Honolulu KHNL 13 (35) 1995 Gray Television
Houston KPRC-TV 2 (35) 1949 Graham Media Group
Huntington - Charleston, W.V. WSAZ-TV 3 (23) 1949 Gray Television
Huntsville - Decatur, AL WAFF 48 (48) 1977 Gray Television Previously with NBC from 1954–1968
Indianapolis WTHR 13 (13) 1979 Dispatch Broadcast Group
Jackson, Mississippi WLBT 3 (30) 1953 Gray Television
Jackson, Tennessee WNBJ-LD 39 (16) 2014 SagamoreHill Broadcasting Low-power digital station
Jacksonville, Florida WTLV 12 (13) 1988 Tegna Previously with NBC from 1957–1979
Jacksonville - Tyler - Longview, TX KETK-TV 56 (22) 1987 Nexstar Media Group
Johnstown - Altoona, PA WJAC-TV 6 (34) 1949 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Jonesboro, Arkansas KAIT-DT2 8.2 (8.2) 2015 Gray Television Brands itself as "NBC Region 8"
Primary channel is affiliated with ABC
Joplin, MO - Pittsburg, KS KSNF-TV 16 (46) 1982 Nexstar Media Group
Juneau, Alaska KATH-LD 5 (35) 1998 Denali Media Holdings Low-power digital station
Kalispell, Montana KCFW-TV 9 (9) 1970 Sinclair Broadcast Group Semi-satellite of KECI-TV, Missoula, MT
Kansas City, Missouri KSHB-TV 41 (42) 1994 E.W. Scripps Company
Klamath Falls, Oregon KOTI 2 (13) 1984 California Oregon Broadcasting, Inc. Full satellite of KOBI, Medford, OR
Previously with NBC from 1956–1961
Knoxville WBIR-TV 10 (10) 1988 Tegna
Lafayette, IN WPBI-LD2 16.2 (16.2) 2016 Star City Broadcasting Low-power digital station
Primary channel is affiliated with Fox
Lafayette, LA KLAF-LD 46 (46) 2015 Bayou City Broadcasting Low-power digital station
Brands itself as "News 15"
Simulcasts on the DT2 subchannel of Fox affiliate KADN-TV, Lafayette, LA
Lake Charles KPLC 7 (7) 1954 Gray Television
Lancaster - Harrisburg -
York - Lebanon
WGAL 8 (8) 1949 Hearst Television
Laredo, Texas KGNS-TV 8 (8) 1956 Gray Television
Las Vegas KSNV 3 (22) 1955 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Laurel - Hattiesburg, MS WDAM-TV 7 (7) 1956 Gray Television
Lexington, Kentucky WLEX-TV 18 (39) 1955 Cordillera Communications
Lima, Ohio WLIO 8 (8) 1953 Block Communications Previously on channel 73 from 1953-1955; channel 35 from 1955-2009
Little Rock KARK-TV 4 (32) 1954 Nexstar Media Group
Louisville WAVE-TV 3 (47) 1948 Gray Television
Lubbock, Texas KCBD 11 (11) 1953 Gray Television
Macon, Georgia WMGT-TV 41 (40) 1968 Morris Multimedia
Madison, Wisconsin WMTV 15 (19) 1953 Gray Television
Marquette, Michigan WLUC-TV 6 (35) 1995 Sinclair Broadcast Group
McCook, Nebraska KSNK 8 (12) 1959 Nexstar Media Group Full satellite of KSNW, Wichita, KS
Medford, Oregon KOBI 5 (5) 1983 California Oregon Broadcasting, Inc.
Memphis WMC-TV 5 (5) 1948 Gray Television
Meridian, Mississippi WGBC-DT2 30.2 (31.2) 2009 Waypoint Media Moved from its primary channel, which had been with NBC since 1982 and is now affiliated with Fox
Mesa - Phoenix, AZ KPNX 12 (12) 1953 Tegna
Miles City, Montana KYUS-TV 3 (3) 1969 Stephan Marks Full satellite of KULR-TV, Billings, MT
Milwaukee WTMJ-TV 4 (28) 1949 E.W. Scripps Company
Minneapolis - Saint Paul KARE 11 (11) 1979 Tegna
Minot, North Dakota KMOT 10 (10) 1958 Gray Television
Missoula, Montana KECI-TV 13 (13) 1970 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Mitchell, South Dakota KDLV-TV 5 (26) 1998 Red River Broadcasting Full satellite of KDLT-TV, Sioux Falls, SD
Mobile, AL - Pensacola, FL WPMI-TV 15 (15) 1996 Deerfield Media
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
Montgomery - Selma, AL WSFA 12 (12) 1954 Gray Television
Myrtle Beach - Florence, S.C. WMBF-TV 32 (32) 2008 Gray Television
Nashville WSMV-TV 4 (10) 1950 Meredith Corporation
New Orleans WDSU 6 (43) 1948 Hearst Television
North Platte, Nebraska KNOP-TV 2 (2) 1958 Gray Television
Odessa - Midland, TX KWES-TV 9 (9) 1981 Tegna
Oklahoma City KFOR-TV 4 (27) 1949 Tribune Broadcasting
Omaha WOWT 6 (22) 1986 Gray Television Previously with NBC from 1949–1956
Onondaga - Jackson - Lansing, MI WILX-TV 10 (10) 1959 Gray Television
Ottumwa, IA - Kirksville, MO KYOU-DT2 15.2 (15.2) 2018 Gray Television Primary channel is affiliated with Fox
Paducah, KY - Cape Girardeau, MO -
Harrisburg, IL
WPSD-TV 6 (32) 1957 Paxton Media Group
Palm Springs, California KMIR-TV 36 (46) 1968 Entravision Communications
Panama City, FL WJHG-TV 7 (8) 1982 Gray Television Previously with NBC from 1953–1973
Parkersburg, W.V. - Marietta, OH WTAP-TV 15 (49) 1953 Gray Television
Peoria - Bloomington, IL WEEK-TV 25 (25) 1953 Quincy Media
Pittsburgh WPXI 11 (48) 1957 Cox Enterprises
Plattsburgh, N.Y. - Burlington, VT WPTZ 5 (14) 1956 Hearst Television
Pocatello - Idaho Falls, ID KPVI 6 (23) 1996 Northwest Broadcasting
Portland, Maine WCSH-TV 6 (44) 1953 Tegna
Portland, Oregon KGW 8 (8) 1959 Tegna
Portsmouth - Norfolk - Newport News WAVY-TV 10 (31) 1959 Nexstar Media Group
Providence, R.I. - New Bedford, MA WJAR 10 (51) 1949 Sinclair Broadcast Group Was a NBC-owned station from 1996–2006
Pueblo - Colorado Springs, CO KOAA-TV 5 (42) 1953 Cordillera Communications
Quincy, IL - Hannibal, MO WGEM-TV 10 (10) 1953 Quincy Media
Raleigh - Durham - Fayetteville, NC WRAL-TV 5 (48) 2016 Capitol Broadcasting Company Previously with NBC from 1956-1962 (primary) & 1962-1968 (secondary)
Rapid City, South Dakota KNBN 21 (21) 2000 Rapid Broadcasting Company
Rehoboth Beach - Dover, DE - Salisbury, MD WRDE-LD 31 (31) 2014 Draper Holdings Business Trust Low-power digital station
Reno, Nevada KRNV-DT 4 (7) 1962 Cunningham Broadcasting
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
Rhinelander - Wausau, WI WJFW-TV 12 (16) 1966 Rockfleet Broadcasting
Richland - Pasco - Kennewick, WA KNDU 25 (26) 1965 Cowles Company Semi-satellite of KNDO, Yakima, WA
Richmond, Virginia WWBT 12 (12) 1965 Gray Television
Roanoke - Lynchburg, VA WSLS-TV 10 (30) 1952 Graham Media Group
Rochester - Austin, MN -
Mason City, IA
KTTC 10 (10) 1953 Quincy Media
Rochester, New York WHEC-TV 10 (10) 1989 Hubbard Broadcasting
Rockford, Illinois WREX 13 (13) 1995 Quincy Media
Rogers - Fayetteville - Fort Smith, AR KNWA-TV 51 (50) 1989 Nexstar Media Group Simulcasts on the DT2 subchannel of Fox affiliate KFTA-TV, Fort Smith, AR
Roseburg, Oregon KTCW 46 (45) 1992 Roberts Media
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
Full satellite of KMTR, Eugene, OR
Roswell, New Mexico KOBR 8 (8) 1953 Hubbard Broadcasting Full satellite of KOB, Albuquerque, NM
Sacramento - Stockton - Modesto KCRA-TV 3 (35) 1955 Hearst Television
Saginaw - Flint - Bay City, MI WEYI-TV 25 (30) 1995 Howard Stirk Holdings (operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
St. Joseph, MO KNPG-LD 21 (16) 2016 News-Press & Gazette Company Low-power digital station
Saint Louis KSDK 5 (35) 1947 Tegna
Salina, Kansas KSNL-LD 6 (23) 1970 Nexstar Media Group Full satellite of KSNW, Wichita, KS
Low-power digital station
Salinas - Monterey - Santa Cruz KSBW-TV 8 (8) 1953 Hearst Television
Salt Lake City KSL-TV 5 (38) 1995 Bonneville International
San Angelo, Texas KSAN-TV 3 (16) 1982 Mission Broadcasting
(operated by Nexstar Media Group)
San Antonio WOAI-TV 4 (48) 1949 Sinclair Broadcast Group
San Luis Obispo - Santa Maria - Santa Barbara KSBY 6 (15) 1953 Cordillera Communications
Savannah, Georgia WSAV-TV 3 (39) 1985 Nexstar Media Group Previously with NBC from 1956-1982
Seattle - Tacoma KING-TV 5 (48) 1959 Tegna
Sidney-Scottsbluff, Nebraska KNEP-DT2 4.2 (7.2) 2016 Gray Television Semi-satellite of KNOP-TV, North Platte, NE
The DT2 subchannel is considered KNEP's primary channel; DT1 is affiliated with ABC
Silver City, New Mexico KOBG-TV 6 (8) 2000 Hubbard Broadcasting Full satellite of KOB-TV, Albuquerque, NM
Sioux City, Iowa KTIV 4 (14) 1954 Quincy Media
Sioux Falls, South Dakota KDLT-TV 46 (47) 1983 Red River Broadcasting Previously with NBC from 1960-1969
Sitka, Alaska KSCT-LP 5 1998 Denali Media Holdings Low-power analog station
Full satellite of KATH-LD, Juneau, AK
South Bend, Indiana WNDU-TV 16 (42) 1955 Gray Television
Spokane, Washington KHQ-TV 6 (15) 1952 Cowles Company
Springfield, Massachusetts WWLP 22 (11) 1953 Nexstar Media Group
Springfield, Missouri KYTV 3 (44) 1953 Gray Television
Steubenville, OH - Wheeling, W.V. WTOV-TV 9 (9) 1980 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Superior, WI - Duluth, MN KBJR-TV 6 (19) 1955 Quincy Media
Syracuse, New York WSTM-TV 3 (24) 1950 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Tallahassee, Florida WTWC-TV 40 (40) 1983 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Tampa - Saint Petersburg WFLA-TV 8 (7) 1955 Nexstar Media Group
Temple - Waco - Killeen, TX KCEN-TV 6 (9) 1985 Tegna Previously with NBC from 1953–1984
Terre Haute, Indiana WTWO 2 (36) 1965 Nexstar Media Group
Texarkana, TX - Shreveport, LA KTAL-TV 6 (15) 1960 Nexstar Media Group
Toledo, Ohio WNWO-TV 24 (49) 1995 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Topeka KSNT 27 (27) 1967 Nexstar Media Group
Traverse City - Cadillac, MI WPBN-TV 7 (47) 1954 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Tucson KVOA 4 (23) 1953 Cordillera Communications
Tulsa KJRH-TV 2 (8) 1954 E.W. Scripps Company
Tupelo - Columbus, MS WTVA 9 (8) 1957 Heartland Media
Twin Falls, Idaho KTFT-LD 7 (20) Tegna Low-power digital station
Full satellite of KTVB, Boise, ID
Utica - Rome, N.Y. WKTV 2 (29) 1949 Heartland Media
Victoria, Texas KMOL-LD 17 (17) 2004 Morgan Murphy Media Low-power digital station
Simulcasts on the DT3 subchannel of ABC affiliate KAVU-TV, Victoria, TX
Wailuku, Hawaii KOGG 13 (16) 1995 Gray Television Full satellite of KHNL, Honolulu, HI
Washington - Greenville - New Bern, N.C. WITN-TV 7 (32) 1955 Gray Television
Waterloo - Cedar Rapids - Dubuque, IA KWWL-TV 7 (7) 1953 Quincy Media
Watertown, NY WVNC-LD 45 (45) 2016 SagamoreHill Broadcasting Low-power digital station
Brands itself as "NBC Watertown"
West Palm Beach WPTV 5 (12) 1954 E.W. Scripps Company
Wichita KSNW 3 (45) 1955 Nexstar Media Group KSNW and its satellites are branded as "Kansas State Network (KSN)"
Wichita Falls, TX - Lawton, OK KFDX-TV 3 (28) 1953 Nexstar Media Group
Wilkes-Barre - Scranton, PA WBRE-TV 28 (11) 1953 Nexstar Media Group
Williston, North Dakota KUMV-TV 8 (8) 1957 Gray Television Semi-satellite of KMOT, Minot, ND
Wilmington, North Carolina WECT 6 (44) 1954 Gray Television
Winston-Salem - Greensboro - High Point WXII-TV 12 (31) 1953 Hearst Television
Yakima, Washington KNDO 23 (16) 1965 Cowles Company
Youngstown, Ohio WFMJ-TV 21 (20) 1953 Vindicator Printing Company
Yuma, AZ - El Centro, CA KYMA-DT 11 (11) 1991 Northwest Broadcasting
(operated by News-Press & Gazette Company)
Zanesville, Ohio WHIZ-TV 18 (40) 1953 Southeastern Ohio Broadcasting System

U.S. territories

City of license/Market Station Channel
TV (DT)
Year of affiliation Ownership Notes
Pago Pago, American Samoa KVZK-5 5 (5) 2015 The Government of American Samoa Department of Public Information
Hagåtña, Guam KUAM-TV 8 (8) 1956 Pacific Telestations, Inc.
Charlotte Amalie, U.S. Virgin Islands WVGN-LD 19 (14) 2004 LKK Group Low-power digital station
Rebroadcasts newscasts from WNBC, New York City

Outside the U.S.

Location Station Channel Year of Affiliation Ownership
Oranjestad, Aruba PJA-TV 8 Aruba Broadcasting Company N.V.

References


See also

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