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To reflict its new owner and new affiliation, the new station branding is "NBC 5 Benton". In 2004, it was called "NBC 5 KNBA".
 
To reflict its new owner and new affiliation, the new station branding is "NBC 5 Benton". In 2004, it was called "NBC 5 KNBA".
 
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The new station branding is "Benton's NBC 5".
 
[[Category:Fictional Television stations]]
 
[[Category:Fictional Television stations]]

Revision as of 15:10, May 14, 2013

1949-1958

This second indie television station was called KNNX-TV and was owned by KCE Television Communications.

1958-1968

1968-1975

1975-1979

1979-1986

From 1982-1983, it was owned by KCE Television Communications, which became "Kim Television Broadcasting". In 1983, the station would be sold to the Gannett Company.

1986-1991

In 1986, under Gannett ownership, KNNX-TV changes its call letters to KGAB-TV.

1991-1995

In 1994, Gannett sold KGAB to the National Broadcasting Company, changes its calls to KNBA-TV and became an owned-and-operated affiliate station of the NBC Television Network, which moves from KEFL-TV.

1995-2012

To reflict its new owner and new affiliation, the new station branding is "NBC 5 Benton". In 2004, it was called "NBC 5 KNBA".

2012-

SBSB

The new station branding is "Benton's NBC 5".

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