Contents 1 History 1.1 Merger with KCVU & KBVU 2 Digital television 2.1 Digital channels 2.2 Analog-to-digital conversion 3 News operation 3.1 What Makes News Channel 7? 3.2 Notable former on-air staff 4 Cable systems 4.1 Mt. Shasta cable dispute 4.2 Disputes with Dish Network 5 Translators 6 References 7 External links

History[edit] The station was founded in 1956 as KVIP-TV by William B. Smullin of California Oregon Broadcasting, Inc. (COBI), owners of KOBI in Medford, Oregon and satellite station KOTI in Klamath Falls as a primary NBC affiliate with a secondary ABC affiliation. By 1963, network emphasis had shifted towards ABC, as only the Saturday morning and Sunday night primetime schedules, a few daytime game shows and The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson were carried in NBC's schedule pattern.[2] The full ABC schedule was available by way of translators of Stockton's KOVR in Chico and Redding. Channel 7 became KRCR in 1963. It dropped NBC and took on a full-time ABC affiliation in 1978, which in turn started the seven-year process for building KCPM (channel 24, now KNVN). This was an unusual arrangement for a two-station market especially one of the size of Chico/Redding, but, after 15 years of unsuccessful attempts, the area was served by a local ABC affiliate. KRCR, KAEF, and KFWU (now KQSL in Fort Bragg, part of the San Francisco TV market) aired Fox full-time on off-network hours until 1994 when now sister station KCVU switched to Fox and KBVU signed on. KRCR was purchased by Lamco Communications of Texas in 1995 and was rebranded News Channel 7, which is now just the branding for the newscasts. The station was operated by California Broadcasting, Inc., run by general manager Bob Wise, until 2004, when the station was sold to current owners Bluestone Television. Then in December 2006, the station was sold (along with 12 other Bluestone stations) to Diamond Castle Holdings, a New York-based private equity firm, later become Bonten Media Group. The station also operates a semi-satellite in Eureka, KAEF-TV (channel 23). It operated a local cable-only WB affiliate KIWB, but that station was sold to Catamount Broadcasting following the merger between the WB and UPN to form the new CW Network. KRVU-LD was previously a UPN affiliate, but now is a My Network TV affiliate. KRCR was one of the very few ABC affiliates that broadcasts on channel 7 but didn't use the Circle 7 logo until April 11, 2006 when a new set and logo were designed. Under COBI ownership, KRCR's logo was an interstate highway sign, with the name "7R", matching its sister stations. The "7R" was adopted due to TV Guide's reference to KRCR in text (non-bulleted) listings to differentiate it from KGO-TV in San Francisco (both stations were listed in the Northern California edition). Merger with KCVU & KBVU[edit] In December 2012, KRCR/KAEF took over sales operations of KCVU Fox 20 in Chico, as well as KVIQ and KBVU in Eureka. They still all maintain separate operations. In August 2012, Bonten Media announced that KCVU and KBVU will be sold to Esteem Broadcasting, effectively merging both the ABC and Fox affiliates' operations to create a media powerhouse north of Sacramento and south of the Oregon border. Logo with current tagline (2016–present) On April 21, 2017, Sinclair Broadcast Group announced its intent to purchase the Bonten stations (including KRCR) for $240 million.[3] Sinclair's sidecar Cunningham Broadcasting will acquire the Esteem stations (including KCVU).[4] The sale was completed September 1.[5]

Digital television[edit] Digital channels[edit] The station's digital signal is multiplexed: Channel Video Aspect PSIP Short Name Programming[6] 7.1 720p 16:9 KRCR-TV Main KRCR-TV programming / ABC 7.2 480i 4:3 MeTV MeTV 7.3 LW Net Movies! On August 23, 2011, Disney-ABC Television Group announced that KRCR would carry Live Well Network as part of an affiliation agreement with Bonten Media Group; the network was added to a new third subchannel.[7] Live Well Network was replaced by Movies! on November 18, 2013.[8] Analog-to-digital conversion[edit] KRCR-TV discontinued regular programming on its analog signal, over VHF channel 7, on June 12, 2009, the official date in which full-power television stations in the United States transitioned from analog to digital broadcasts under federal mandate.[9] The station's digital signal relocated from UHF channel 34 to VHF channel 7.

News operation[edit] What Makes News Channel 7?[edit] In the fall of 1995, Continental Cablevision of Mt. Shasta (now part of Northland Communications) filmed, produced and broadcast a 30-minute documentary special called "What Makes News Channel 7?" as part of its news magazine series In Focus: Siskiyou Magazine. It took a look behind the scenes of what went on at the station and mainly focused on the news team, featuring a behind-the-scenes look at how a newscast is done as well as interviews with key personalities such as Mike Mangas, Rich Eisen, Sandra Geist, Warren Wright, Gary Gunter and Katy Brown. The program aired on Mt. Shasta cable channel 3 in the winter and spring of 1996 and starting showing on YouTube and MySpace in February 2010.[10] It was rebroadcast to the Mt. Shasta cable airwaves again on MCTV 15 in 2010 leading to that program's relaunch. Notable former on-air staff[edit] Rich Eisen - sports anchor/reporter (now of NFL Network and The Rich Eisen Show, formerly of ESPN) Mark Eubank - meteorologist Cal Hunter - anchor/reporter (now president of Huth Broadcasting and program director of KBLF-AM, KRAC-AM, KIQS-AM, KMYC-AM and KEGE) Sandra Maas - news anchor/reporter (formerly of KSBY-TV and KFMB-TV, now at KUSI-TV) Mike Mangas - reporter/sports anchor/sports director/news anchor (now works for Dignity Health In Redding) Cristina Mendonsa - general assignment reporter (now at KXTV in Sacramento) Kurtis Ming - anchor/reporter/weather 1999-2001 (now at KOVR in Sacramento) David Owens - sports anchor/reporter (formerly of WUSA in Washington, DC, now professor of journalism at University of Maryland) Craig Padilla - chief creative services editor and production manager (now full-time self-employed professional musician & video editor) Jennifer Scarborough - news anchor/reporter, still serves as the station's Executive News Director

Cable systems[edit] Cable Provider Area 7.1 (ABC) 7.2 (MeTV) Comcast Butte & Glenn Counties 707 (HD) & 7 (SD) 197 Charter Shasta & Tehama Counties 787 (HD) & 7 (SD) 287 Suddenlink Humboldt County (KAEF) 107 (HD) & 7 (SD) TBA Mt. Shasta cable dispute[edit] Since its inception in the mid 1980s, the Mt. Shasta cable system currently owned by Northland Communications had carried KRCR on its cable channel 7. However, in January 2012, Northland dropped KRCR from its cable line-up after the station's current ownership and the cable company failed to come to a mutual agreement to continue the station's coverage on the system and severed ties after a near-30-year working relationship between the two. As a result, Northland replaced KRCR on cable channel 7 with Medford, Oregon, ABC affiliate, KDRV NewsWatch 12.[11][12] Despite being in California, Siskiyou County is technically (yet officially) part of the Medford DMA according to the FCC. Both KRCR and Northland made several attempts to get the DMA changed, but were unsuccessful each time. KHSL-TV in Chico, KNVN-TV in Chico and KIXE-TV in Redding are the only Chico–Redding market stations airing on the Northland system in Mt. Shasta; however, certain programs on KHSL and KNVN are subject to blackout due to the FCC's network non-duplication and syndication exclusivity rules. KRCR and its sister stations no longer broadcast north of Shasta County or south of Butte County. Disputes with Dish Network[edit] Dish Network and KRCR have been at odds for quite sometime regarding carriage of the station on the satellite system. KRCR was asking for reimbursement and made their feeling public. As a result, on December 8, 2013, Dish halted carrying KRCR on their system. General manager Andrew Stewart went to the internet at the station's website to share his frustrations with the viewers and called out Dish Network.[13] On January 12, 2014, DISH restored KRCR, KCVU and associated stations to its lineup. On January 17, 2017, KRCR and KCVU was once again removed from Dish's lineup as part of a new dispute.[14]

Translators[edit] KRCR is rebroadcast on the following translator stations: Butte County (Chico, Paradise, & Oroville) K05EM-D Channel 5 Paradise Digital K15CX-D Channel 15 Oroville Digital Shasta County K02FF Channel 2 Lakehead K03FU Channel 3 Mountain Gate K04EZ Channel 4 Big Bend Analog K05DQ-D Channel 5 Burney Digital Siskiyou County (Medford market) Note: as of 2016, KRCR no longer broadcasts on cable in Siskiyou County. K04EQ Channel 4 Fort Jones K13LO Channel 13 Yreka Tehama County (Also Chester & Lake Almanor) K05JK Channel 5 Mineral Trinity County (Weaverville, Lewiston, Hayfork, & Trinity Center) K03CT Channel 3 Lewiston Analog K04EM Channel 4 Hayfork K05CF-D Channel 5 Weaverville Digital K05FZ Channel 5 Trinity Center K05EX Channel 5 Burnt Ranch Mendocino County (San Francisco market) K04GZ Channel 4 Covelo Humboldt County (Eureka market) K12JJ-D Channel 12 Benbow Digital KRCR is operating a digital fill-in translator on their pre-transition channel 34 for residents in Redding and the surrounding areas that have difficulty receiving their VHF signal on channel 7.[15] In the early 1990s, KRCR operated a satellite, KFWU channel 8 Fort Bragg; originally serving as an ABC affiiliate for the Mendocino County portion of the San Francisco Bay Area television market, the station would be sold off to different owners in 1996. It is currently independent station KQSL. KRCR was formerly broadcast on translators channel 20 in Yuba City, part of the Sacramento television market (KRCR no longer broadcasts at all in Yuba City) and channel 21 in Susanville, part of the Reno television market.

References[edit] ^ [1] ^ TV Guide magazine, Northern California edition, July 13–19, 1963. ^ "Sinclair Buying Bonten Stations For $240M". TVNewsCheck. Retrieved 21 April 2017.  ^ SINCLAIR BROADCAST GROUP ANNOUNCES AGREEMENT TO PURCHASE BONTEN MEDIA GROUP TV STATIONS - Sinclair Broadcast Group ^ Consummation Notice, CDBS Public Access, Federal Communications Commission, Retrieved 6 September, 2017. ^ RabbitEars TV Query for KRCR ^ Live Well Adds 7 Affils, Tops 40% Clearance, TVNewsCheck, August 23, 2011. ^ Movies! TV Network - Where to Watch ^ "DTV Tentative Channel Designations for the First and the Second Rounds" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-08-29. Retrieved 2012-03-24.  ^ In Focus: Siskiyou Magazine Episode #4 - "What Makes News Channel 7?" Christmas 1995, YouTube, January 6, 2016 ^ Northland Communications Mt. Shasta Cable Schedule ^ Northland pulls KRCR Channel 7 off air in Siskiyou; affiliate out of Oregon takes its spot, David Benda, Record Searchlight), January 12, 2012 ^ A letter to our viewers, from the general manager, regarding Dish, Andrew Stewart, General Manager, KRCR-TV, taken from, December 12, 2013 ^ A message to our DISH viewers, taken from, January 23, 2017 ^

External links[edit] KRCR-TV Homepage KRCR among 13 station to be sold to NY group MeTv Homepage Query the FCC's TV station database for KRCR-TV BIAfn's Media Web Database -- Information on KRCR-TV Program Information for KRCR at v t e Broadcast television in the Chico-Redding market of California Reception may vary by location and some stations may only be viewable with cable television English channels KRCR (7.1 ABC, 7.2 MeTV, 7.3 Movies!) KIXE (9.1 PBS, 9.2 Create, 9.3 World) KHSL (12.1 CBS, 12.2 CW+, 12.3 Ion) KXVU-LD (17.1 ANT) K19FY 19 (silent) KCVU (20.1 Fox, 20.2 Cozi TV) KRVU-LD 21.1 / KZVU-LD 22.1 (MyNetworkTV) KNVN (24.1 NBC, 24.5 AccuWX) Other channels KMCA-LD 10 (Youtoo) K11VZ-D 11/KRDT-CD 23 (Religious) KRDT-LD (23.1 Religious, 23.2 HSN) KGEC-LD (26.1 RTV, 26.2 Tuff TV, 26.3 The Family Channel, 26.4 NASA) KKPM-CA (28.1 Religious, 28.2 HSN) K33HH 33 (KBLN-TV/3ABN) K50GP 50 (TBN) K15HV-D (3ABN) Spanish channels K11VZ-D/KRDT-CD (11.4/23.4 K49KS-D 49.2) KNVN (24.2 Telemundo) KUCO 27 Analog (UNI) KKTF-LD (30.1 UniMás) KRHT-LD 41 (AZA) Adjacent locals Sacramento KCRA (3.1 NBC) KVIE (6.1 PBS) KXTV (10.1 ABC) KOVR (13.1 CBS) Regional cable channels CSN Bay Area CSN West Defunct locals KRDN-LP (5 DS) K46DQ (46 Network One) California television Bakersfield Chico–Redding Eureka Fresno Las Vegas NV Los Angeles Medford OR Monterey Inland Empire (Palm Springs) Reno NV Sacramento San Diego San Francisco Santa Barbara El Centro CA / Yuma AZ v t e ABC Network affiliates in the state of California KEYT-TV 3 / KSBB 17 / K31KE-D (Santa Barbara / San Luis Obispo) KABC-TV 7 (Los Angeles) KGO-TV 7 (San Francisco/San Jose/Oakland) KRCR-TV 7 (Redding / Chico KSBW-DT 8.2 (Salinas/Monterey/Santa Cruz) KECY-DT 9.2 (El Centro) KGTV 10 (San Diego) KXTV 10 (Sacramento) KAEF-TV 23 (Eureka) KERO 23 (Bakersfield) KFSN-TV 30 (Fresno) KESQ-TV 42 (Palm Springs) Defunct ABC stations/gone dark: KFWU 8 Fort Bragg (1990-97) substation of KRCR 7 Redding, KNTV 11 San Jose (1965-99), KHDT 38/64 Barstow/Victorville (1965-87) substation of KABC 7 Los Angeles. See also ABC CBS CW Fox Ion MyNetworkTV NBC PBS Other stations in California v t e Other television stations in the state of California Ion Television KSPX-TV 29 (Sacramento) KPXN-TV 30 (San Bernardino) KKPX-TV 65 (San Jose) Youtoo America KMCA-LD 10 (Redding) KYMB-LD 27.4 (Monterey) KJEO-LD 32.2 (Fresno) Retro Television Network KAXT 1.2 (San Francisco) KEYT-TV 3.2 (Santa Barbara) KAIL 7.2 (Fresno) Me-TV KCRA-TV 3.2 (Sacramento) KRCR-TV 7.2 (Redding) KGTV 10.2 & KZSD 41 (San Diego) KOFY-TV 20.2 (San Francisco) KVME 22.1 (Palmdale/Lancaster/Los Angeles) KAEF-TV 23.2 (Arcata) KERO-TV 23.3 (Bakersfield) KYMB-LD 27.2 (Monterey) KRET-CD 31.1 (Cathedral City) KGMC 43.6 (Clovis) KDOC-TV 56.3 (Anaheim/Los Angeles) Antenna TV KRON 4.3 (San Francisco) KTLA 5.2 (Los Angeles) KRET-CD 31.4 (Cathedral City) KTXL 40.2 (Sacramento) KGMC 43.5 (Clovis) KSWB-TV 69.2 (San Diego) Bounce TV KVHF 4.2 (Fresno) KUVS 19.3 (Sacramento) KMEX 34.3 (Los Angeles) KFSF 66.2 (Sacramento) This TV KTLA 5.3 (Los Angeles) KCVU 20.2 (Redding-Chico) KMPH 26.2 (Fresno) KYMB 27.2 (Monterey) KBVU 28.2 (Eureka) KBFX 29.2 (Bakersfield) KRET-CD 31.2 (Palm Springs) KTNC 42.3 (San Francisco) KQCA 58.2 (Stockton-Sacramento) KSWB 69.3 (San Diego) Movies! KRCR 7.3 (Chico) KCOP 13.3 (Los Angeles) KAEF 23.3 (Eureka) Decades KCBS 2.2 (Los Angeles) KPIX 5.2 (San Francisco) KOVR 13.2 (Stockton/Sacramento) Other Stations KAXT-CD (1.3 QVC, 1.7 VieTop, 1.8 Creation TV, 1.10 Tiempos Finales, 1.11 Jewelry, San Francsico) K15CU-D (15.1 Cozi TV, Monterey) KVHF-LD (4.4 AMGTV, Fresno) KQSL (8.1 TheCoolTV, 8.2 Tuff TV, Fort Bragg) KGOF-LP (33.2 The Family Channel / 33.4 TheCoolTV, Fresno) Defunct KAZV-LP 14 (Modesto) KCCE-LP 50 (San Luis Obispo) See also ABC CBS CW Fox Ion MyNetworkTV NBC PBS Other stations in California See also Azteca América Telemundo UniMás Univision Other Spanish network affiliates Religious Home Shopping Independent v t e Sinclair Broadcast Group sorted by primary channel network affiliations ABC KAEF-TV KATU KATV KDNL-TV KHGI-TV / KWNB-TV / KHGI-CD KOMO-TV KRCR-TV KTUL KTVO KTXS-TV / KTXE-LD KVII-TV / KVIH-TV WATM-TV WBMA-LD WCHS-TV WCTI-TV WEAR-TV WGTU / WGTQ 1 WHAM-TV 1 WICD WICS WKEF WJLA-TV WLOS WPDE-TV WSET-TV WSYX WTVC WXLV-TV CBS KBAK-TV KBOI-TV KDBC-TV KEYE-TV KFDM KGAN KGBT-TV KHQA-TV KIMA-TV / KEPR-TV KLEW-TV KMEG 1 KRCG KTVL KUTV KVAL-TV / KCBY-TV / KPIC WGFL 1 WGME-TV WHP-TV WKRC-TV WPEC WRGB WSBT-TV WTVH 1 WWMT The CW KECA-LD KFDM KFRE-TV KMYS 1 KOCB KTXS-TV / KTXE-LD KVCW KXVO 1 KYUU-LD WBUI 1 WBSF 1 WCWF WCWN WCYB-DT2 WFLI-TV 1 WHAM-DT2 1 WLFL WNAB 1 WNUV 1 WSTQ-LP WSWB 1 WTLF 1 WTTO / WDBB WTVX WUCW WVTV WWHO 1 WWMB 1 Fox KABB KBFX-CD KBSI KBTV-TV 1 KBVU 1 KCVU 1 KDSM-TV KFOX-TV KFXA 1 KFXL-TV KMPH-TV KOKH-TV KPTH KPTM KRXI-TV KSAS-TV KSCC WACH WBFF WDKY-TV WEMT 1 WFXL WGXA WLUK-TV WMSN-TV WOLF-TV 1 WPFO 1 WPGH-TV WRGT-TV 1 WRLH-TV WRSP-TV / WCCU 1 WSMH WTAT-TV 1 WTGS WTTE 1 WUHF WUTV WVAH-TV 1 WYDO 1 WYZZ-TV 1 WWCP-TV WZTV MyNetworkTV KAME-TV 1 KDBC-TV KECA-LD KMTW 1 KMYU KRVU-LD / KZVU-LD KTOV-LP KUTV KVCW-DT2 WABM WCIV WDKA WFGX WMYA-TV 1 WMYG-LP 1 WMYV WNYO-TV WPNT WQMY 1 WRDC WSTR-TV 1 WTCN-CA WTVZ-TV WUTB 1 WUXP-TV WVTV-DT2 3 NBC KECI-TV / KCFW-TV / KTVM-TV / KDBZ-CD KMTR / KMCB / KTCW 1 KRNV-DT 1 KSNV WCYB-TV WEYI-TV 1 WJAC-TV WJAR WNBW-DT 1 WNWO-TV WOAI-TV WPBN-TV / WTOM-TV WPMI-TV 1 WSTM-TV WTOV-TV WTWC-TV Spanish-language Azteca WWHB-CA Univision KEUV-LP KUCO-LP KUNP KUNS-TV KUNW-CD / KVVK-CD / KORX-CA UniMás KKTF-LD Other stations Antenna TV KXVU-LD Comet KENV-DT 1 WHOI Ind. 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