NBC 4 News Los Angeles(KNBC) is NBC owned and operated television station situated in Los Angeles, California U.S. KNBC channel NBC-owned television stations group possesses 4. It is co-working with Corona licensed KVEA (Channel 52) and Telemundo network O&O. Both of these networks also owned by NBC Universal subsidiary of Comcast. The studio of the station located in Universal Studios Hollywood backlot and transmitter is on Mount Wilson. Its call letters meaning is K National broadcasting company. It signed on 16 January 1947. Where the station signal not received over the air, then it can be seen via Direct TV on satellite television.
Related Channel: KNSD News San Diego
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NBC 4 News Los Angeles Channel four was signed first time on 16 January 1949 as KNBH. It was the last owned and operated station of NBC among five stations. It was the only station of NBC-owned which did not get benefit from sister radio station. When KNBC signed on it, make the debut of NBC programs on the west coast.The station got the call letters KRCA on 18 October 1954 for NBC parent company Radio Corporation of America. When NBC recognized as KNBC from San Francisco radio station, then its call letters was again changed on 11 November 1962 and these call letters were given to channel 4 in Los Angeles.
The station originally broadcast from NBC Radio City studio on Sunset Boulevard and Vine Street in Hollywood. The station moved to network color studio facility in 1962 in suburban Burbank. On 11 October 2007, NBC Universal sold the Burbank studio. In 2007 the station started the 24/7 news channel News Raw on a subchannel. NBC 4 News Los Angeles celebrated the 60th anniversary with pay one-hour tribute to the channel. The station introduced a new website layout in July 2009.
Syndicated programs broadcast the Access Hollywood and Extra on KNBC. The station on air the newscast for the most time from NBC network. KNBC station also produces Olympics games. It broadcast the 37 1/2 news in a week, 6 1/2 hour on weekdays and 2 1/2 hours on weekends. Programs on air from KNBC given in the table. On weekends some special programs are produced which is not broadcast on weekdays.
|1||Today in L.A||4:30AM-6:00AM||News|
|2||Today||7:00AM||Current affair programs & Morning news|
|3||2016 Summer Olympics||10:00AM||Sports program|
|4||NBC 4 news||5:00PM||News|
|5||NBC 4 news||6:00PM||News|
|6||NBC nightly news with Lester Holt||6:30PM||News|
|8||The Olympic zone||7:30PM||Sports program|
|9||Today weekend||5:00AM 6:00AM||Talk show|
|10||Today in L.A weekend||7:00AM||Morning news|
|11||Floogals||Saturday at 8:30AM||Children Program|
|12||Nina’s world||Saturday at 9:00AM||Animated series|
|13||Ruff-ruff Tweet and Dave||9:30AM||Animated series|
|14||Open house||Sunday at 5:00AM||Documentary program|
|15||On the Money||Sunday at 5:30AM||News|