#hashtag your local TV Stations when you post the Truth #ky3 #kspr33 #kolr

Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange.org
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#hashtag your local TV Stations when you post the Truth #ky3 #kspr33 #kolr KY3 KSPR33 #kytv #ky3tv#ksprnews #ky3news 

You can help get the real truth out there by #hashtag your local TV Stations when you post the Truth #ky3#kspr33 #kolr  My local TV Stations here in Springfield MO and Ozark MO are KY3, KSPR33 ARE THE BIGGEST. Others are KOLR, FOX 5, KRBK & MeTV Ozarks. 

This is who is the owner of KY3 AND KSPR33 owned by Gray Television

KYTV, virtual channel 3 (UHF digital channel 44), is an NBC-affiliated television station located in Springfield, Missouri, United States. The station is owned by Gray Television, and is a sister station to CW affiliate KYCW-LD (channel 15); Gray also operates ABC affiliate KSPR (channel 33) under a shared services agreement with Schurz Communications. All three stations share studio facilities located on West Sunshine Street in Springfield while KYTV maintains transmitter facilities located in Fordland.

News operation[edit]
KYTV presently broadcasts 24 hours of locally produced newscasts each week (with 4½ hours on weekdays and two hours each on Saturdays and Sundays); in addition, the station produces the half-hour sports highlight program O-Zone Sports, which airs Sundays at 10:30 p.m. The station operates its own Doppler radar system, called "Storm Tracker 3", near its transmitter in Fordland. All news anchors may also serve as reporters. For many years, channel 3's newscasts have been in first place in the market, and as of 2013, its news programs have ranked #1 in all timeslots according to Nielsen Media Research.

Since its sign-on, the station has been airing nightly 6 and 10 o'clock broadcasts. A satellite news gathering truck was purchased in 1986. In November 2006, KYTV debuted a new set for its newscasts, which integrated the weather center into the main studio; it also included a background that could be lowered over the set used for sports segments to convert it into an interview area, which changed with the time of day (such as the morning featuring a picture of a sunrise over Springfield). The former weather area was turned into the "Virtual Newsroom," which was later renamed the "KY3 Web Center," where Internet-related news topics are discussed.

Although KSPR moved into KYTV's studio facilities on November 1, 2009, the two stations continue to maintain separate news departments; however, they both occasionally share footage for certain news stories. On January 28, 2010, beginning with the 5:00 p.m. newscast, KYTV began broadcasting its local newscasts in high definition; with the upgrade, came the introduction of a new logo and an updated graphics package. In-studio cameras record in HD, however video from field cameras continued to be broadcast in standard definition and upconverted to a 16:9 widescreen format in the control room until June 28, 2011, when the station began transmitting field video in high definition. On August 22, 2011 KYTV began producing an hour-long extension of Ozarks Today on weekday mornings from 7:00 to 8:00 a.m., and a half-hour 9:00 p.m. newscast (which expanded to one hour in June 2013) for CW affiliate K15CZ; this is despite the fact that the station is simulcast on the second digital subchannel of ABC-affiliated sister station KSPR. [9]



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