Contents 1 History 2 Digital television 2.1 Digital channels 2.2 KTAL-DT2 2.3 Analog-to-digital conversion 3 Programming 4 News operation 5 Cable carriage 6 References 7 External links

History[edit] The station first signed on the air on August 16, 1953 as KCMC-TV; it had a 390-foot tower and 28,200 watts of power.[1] The station was founded by Clyde E. Palmer, owner of the Texarkana Gazette and several other newspapers and radio stations across Arkansas and Texas as well as KCMC radio (740 AM and 98.1 FM, now KTAL-FM). The station originally operated as a primary CBS affiliate, although it also carried select programs from NBC, ABC and DuMont. In May 1954, the station's transmitter power output was increased to 100,000 watts.[2] The station lost the DuMont affiliation when that network shut down in 1956. It was left as a hybrid CBS/ABC/NBC affiliate. KTAL studios in north Shreveport KTAL building in Texarkana In 1960, CBS announced that it was dropping its affiliation with KCMC-TV since the signal of Shreveport-based KSLA-TV (channel 12) decently covered Texarkana. This would have forced KCMC-TV to fall back on its secondary affiliation with the then-weak ABC (which would not gain a major foothold in the Nielsen ratings nationally until the late 1960s) or become an independent station—neither of which was a viable option for such a small market. By this time, the Palmer properties had been taken over by Palmer's son-in-law, Walter E. Hussman, Sr. He persuaded the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to collapse Texarkana and Shreveport into a single television market. Hussman then built a new broadcast tower in Vivian—the second-tallest transmission tower in the South at the time. Logo used from 2009 to 2012. On May 1, 1961, the station changed its call letters to the current KTAL-TV. The call letters not only stood for channel 6's three-state service area—Texas, Arkansas and Louisiana—but also referred to the tower, which brought its signal into parts of four states; it simultaneously became the NBC affiliate for the enlarged Shreveport-Texarkana market. Shreveport's original NBC affiliate, KTBS-TV (channel 3), switched to ABC. For many years, the station was known as "K-Tal." In 1961, KTAL-TV moved most of its operations to a new studio on Market Street in Shreveport, relaunching from there on September 3, 1961. Palmer Newspapers was renamed WEHCO Media, Inc. in 1973; the company is now run by Hussman's son, Walter E. Hussman, Jr.. In 1975, the FCC ruled that WEHCO could not own both KTAL-TV and the Texarkana Gazette, but it won an appellate court decision in 1979 which stated that the FCC had misinterpreted its own rules. WEHCO thus retained KTAL until July 2000, when it sold the station to the Irving, Texas-based Nexstar Broadcasting Group. On April 24, 2013, ComCorp, owner of Fox affiliate KMSS-TV (channel 33) and then-time brokerage agreement partner of MyNetworkTV affiliate KSHV-TV (channel 45), announced that it would sell its stations to Nexstar. Because Nexstar could not legally purchase KMSS under FCC ownership rules as Shreveport has only eight full-power stations (the FCC requires a market to have at least eight unique owners once a duopoly is formed), and KTAL and KMSS are among the four highest-rated stations in the Shreveport market, KMSS was proposed to be sold to Nexstar partner company Mission Broadcasting, while KSHV was to be sold to a female-controlled company called Rocky Creek Communications. However, on June 6, 2014, Nexstar announced that it would instead sell KMSS-TV to a new minority-owned company, Marshall Broadcasting (marking the company's first television station acquisitions), for $58.5 million.[3] And on August 5, Rocky Creek withdrew its application to acquire KSHV.[4] Nexstar will operate KMSS and KSHV under a shared services agreement, forming a virtual triopoly with KTAL, leaving Shreveport's six major commercial stations under the control of just three broadcasting companies (the Wray family owns KTBS and CW affiliate KPXJ (channel 21), while KSLA-TV is owned by Raycom). The sale was completed on January 1, 2015.[5]

Digital television[edit] Digital channels[edit] The station's digital channel is multiplexed: Channel Video Aspect PSIP Short Name Programming[6] 6.1 1080i 16:9 KTAL-HD Main KTAL-TV programming / NBC 6.2 480i 4:3 KTAL-SD Laff KTAL-DT2[edit] On June 15, 2016, Nexstar announced that it had entered into an affiliation agreement with Katz Broadcasting for the Escape, Laff, Grit, and Bounce TV networks (the last one of which is owned by Bounce Media LLC, whose COO Jonathan Katz is president/CEO of Katz Broadcasting), bringing one or more of the four networks to 81 stations owned and/or operated by Nexstar, including KTAL-TV and KSHV-TV (Bounce TV and Grit are already available in the area on digital subchannels of KSLA-TV).[7] KTAL launched a digital subchannel affiliated with Laff on virtual channel 6.2 on September 1, 2016. Analog-to-digital conversion[edit] KTAL-TV discontinued regular programming on its analog signal, over VHF channel 6, 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. The station's digital signal remained on its pre-transition UHF channel 15,[8] using PSIP to display the station's virtual channel as its former VHF analog channel 6.

Programming[edit] Outside the NBC network schedule, Syndicated programming on KTAL-TV includes: Judge Judy, Rachael Ray, and Wheel of Fortune.

News operation[edit] NBC 6 News current 6PM news open, used since June 27, 2012. KTAL-TV presently broadcasts 22 hours of locally produced newscasts each week (with four hours on weekdays and one hour each on Saturdays and Sundays). In addition to its main studios in downtown Shreveport, KTAL operates a news bureau at its secondary studio facilities at the Central Mall in downtown Texarkana. The station rebranded from NewsChannel 6 to KTAL News in 2006, dropping the channel number from its branding, as several of Nexstar's stations had done around that time. In 2009, the station once again retitled its newscasts from KTAL News to the current NBC 6 News; thus, reincorporating its original analog (now virtual) channel number into its branding after a three-year hiatus. KTAL began broadcasting its local newscasts in partial widescreen standard definition on October 27, 2010. In-studio and field cameras continued to record in 4:3 SD, with video footage being upconverted to a 16:9 widescreen format in the control room. On April 2, 2012, KTAL debuted a half-hour weekday noon newscast titled Arkansas Today, produced by Little Rock sister station KARK-TV (anchor Mallory Hardin and meteorologist/co-host Greg Dee also appear on KARK's weekday morning newscast); the statewide newscast features news stories filed by reporters from all four Nexstar-owned NBC stations serving Arkansas as well as a sports segment produced by Fayetteville sister station KNWA-TV, focusing on University of Arkansas athletics, called Razorback Nation. KTAL also provides a weather insert for southwest Arkansas during the broadcast. In addition to airing on KARK, KNWA and KTAL, the program is also simulcast on KTVE/Monroe–El Dorado (the coverage areas of KTVE and KTAL include several counties in southern Arkansas (ten in KTAL's viewing area, fourteen in KTVE's), though both stations primarily serve parts of northern Louisiana and KTAL also serves parts of northeast Texas).[9] On June 27, 2012, KTAL became the third (and last) news-producing station in the Shreveport/Texarkana market (after KTBS and KSLA) to begin broadcasting its local newscasts in high definition.

Cable carriage[edit] KTAL is available on cable in Shreveport through Comcast Xfinity. The station is also carried on 85+ other cable systems in the Ark-La-Tex region. In 2005, Cable One's Texarkana system and Cox Communications' Bossier City system both pulled KTAL due to compensation disputes during renewal negotiations of the station's carriage agreements with both providers, citing KTAL/Nexstar's reported request to increase carriage fees for both providers to 10 cents per subscriber. However, viewers in areas served by Cable One and Cox continued to be able to view the station over-the-air or on satellite via Dish Network or DirecTV. KTAL has since returned to Cable One and Cox, after reaching confidential agreements with both companies (Cox later turned over its Bossier City service area to Suddenlink Communications).

References[edit] ^ Minden Press (Minden, Louisiana), August 16, 1953, p. 2 ^ Minden Herald, May 28, 1954, p. 6 ^ Nexstar Selling 3 Fox Affils For $58.5 Million, TVNewsCheck, June 6, 2014. ^ Application Info, CDBS Public Access, Federal Communications Commission, Retrieved 6 December 2014. ^ Consummation Notice, CDBS Public Access, Federal Communications Commission, Retrieved 6 January 2015. ^ RabbitEars TV Query for KTAL ^ "Bounce TV, Grit, Escape, Laff Multicast Deal Covers 81 Stations, 54 Markets". Broadcasting & Cable. June 15, 2016. Retrieved June 16, 2016.  ^ "DTV Tentative Channel Designations for the First and Second Rounds" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on August 29, 2013. Retrieved 2012-03-24.  ^ Nexstar Launches Statewide Ark. Newscast, TVNewsCheck, April 2, 2012. "Arkansas paper owner welcomes FCC changes but swears off TV," Associated Press, June 2, 2003...

External links[edit] - Official website Query the FCC's TV station database for KTAL-TV BIAfn's Media Web Database -- Information on KTAL-TV v t e Television stations in the Ark-La-Tex region (Shreveport/Texarkana) Reception may vary by location and some stations may only be viewable with cable television Local stations KTBS 3 (3.1 ABC, 3.2 WX, 3.3 News) KTAL 6 (6.1 NBC, 6.2 Laff) KETG 9 (PBS/AETN) KSLA 12 (12.1 CBS, 12.2 Grit, 12.3 Bounce TV) KNTS-LP 17 (IND) (Natchitoches) KPXJ 21 (21.1 The CW, 21.2 MeTV, 21.3 Movies!, 21.4 Antenna TV) K23HY-D 23 (PBS/OETA) KLTS 24 (PBS/LPB) K31HO-D (30.1 Punch TV) KMSS 33 (33.1 Fox) KADO-CD 40 (JTV) K42FE-D (3ABN) KSHV-TV 45 (45.1 MNTV, 45.2 Escape) KTSS 50 (Ind./Ion) K54CB (Ind.) W59GO (TBN) Adjacent locals Dallas–Fort Worth KDFW (4.1 Fox) KXAS-TV (5.1 NBC, 5.2 Cozi TV) WFAA (8.1 ABC, 8.2 Wx, 8.3 Justice) KERA-TV (13.1 PBS, 13.2 PBS Kids, 13.3 Create) Monroe/El Dorado KNOE-TV (8.1 CBS, 8.2 ABC, 8.3 The CW) KTVE (10.1 NBC, 10.2 Fox, 10.3 Laff, 10.4 Escape) KARD (14.1 Fox, 14.2 Bounce TV, 14.3 Grit) Alexandria KALB-TV (5.1 NBC 5.2 CBS, 5.3 CW) KLPA-TV (25.1 PBS/LPB, 25.2 PBS Kids, 25.3 Create) KLAX-TV (31.1 ABC, 31.2 MeTV) KBCA-TV (41.1 H&I HD, 41.2 Antenna TV, 41.3 H&I SD, 41.4 KSLO-FM) East Texas KLTV (7.1 ABC, 7.2 Bounce TV, 7.3 Telemundo) KTRE (9.1 ABC, 9.2 Telemundo) KYTX (19.1 CBS, 19.2 CW, 19.3 MeTV) KCEB (54.1 SonLife, 54.2 MundoMax, 54.3 Cozi TV) KETK-TV (56.1 NBC, 56.2 Grit) Oklahoma City KFOR-TV (4.1 NBC, 4.2 Antenna TV) KOCO-TV (5.1 ABC, 5.2 MeTV) KWTV-DT (9.1 CBS, 9.2 News) KETA-TV (13.1 PBS/OETA, 13.2 OETA OKLA, 13.3 Create, 13.4 PBS Kids) KOKH-TV (25.1 Fox, 25.2 Grit, 25.3 WeatherNation TV) KOCB (34.1 CW, 34.2 GetTV, 34.3 Comet) KAUT (43.1 Ind., 43.2 This TV, 43.3 Escape) KSBI (52.1 MNTV) Little Rock KATV (7.1 ABC, 7.2 Comet, 7.3 Grit) Sherman/Ada KTEN (10.1 NBC, 10.2 The CW, 10.3 ABC) Fort Smith KHBS (40.1 ABC, 40.2 The CW) Texas television (by city) Abilene/Sweetwater Amarillo (Texas Panhandle) Austin (Hill Country) Beaumont/Port Arthur Corpus Christi Dallas–Fort Worth (North Texas) Ciudad Acuña – Del Rio Eagle Pass El Paso (West Texas) Houston Laredo Lubbock (South Plains) Midland–Odessa (Permian Basin) Rio Grande Valley San Angelo San Antonio Sherman/Ada, OK Texarkana/Shreveport, LA Tyler/Longview (East Texas) Victoria Waco/Bryan (Brazos Valley) Wichita Falls/Lawton, OK Oklahoma broadcast television areas by city Ada/Sherman, TX Amarillo, TX Fort Smith, AR (Eastern OK) Joplin, MO (Northeast OK) Lawton/Wichita Falls, TX Oklahoma City Metro Texarkana, TX–AR/Shreveport, LA Tulsa (East Central OK) v t e NBC network affiliates in the state of Texas KPRC 2 (Houston) KFDX 3 (Wichita Falls / Lawton) KSAN 3 (San Angelo) KAMR 4 (Amarillo) WOAI 4 (San Antonio) KXAS 5 (DFW) KCEN 6/KAGS-LD 23 (Temple/Bryan) KRIS 6 (Corpus Christi) KTAL 6 (Texarkana) KGNS 8 (Laredo) KRBC 9 (Abilene) KTSM 9 (El Paso) KWES 9 / KWAB 4 (Midland / Big Spring) KCBD 11 (Lubbock) KBMT-DT2 12.2 (Beaumont) KMOL-LD 17 (Victoria) KVEO 23 (Brownsville) KXAN 36 (Austin) KETK 56 (Tyler / Jacksonville) See also ABC CBS CW Fox Ion MyNetworkTV NBC PBS Other stations in Texas v t e NBC Network Affiliates in the state of Arkansas KARK 4 (Little Rock) KAIT 8.2 (Jonesboro) KNWA 51 (Fayetteville) See also ABC CBS CW Fox Ion MyNetworkTV NBC PBS Other stations in Arkansas v t e NBC Network Affiliates in the state of Louisiana KALB 5 (Alexandria) KTAL 6 (Shreveport) WDSU 6 (New Orleans) KPLC 7 (Lake Charles) KTVE 10 (Monroe/El Dorado, AR) KADN 15.2/KLAF 46 (Lafayette) WVLA 33 (Baton Rouge) See also ABC CBS CW Fox Ion MyNetworkTV NBC PBS Other stations in Louisiana v t e Nexstar Media Group sorted by primary channel network affiliations ABC KAMC 1 KCAU-TV 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