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Pulitzer Publishing Company, publishers of the St. Because of a freeze on new television station licenses imposed by the Federal Communications Commission, KSD-TV was the only television station in the St. KSD-TV’s call letters were modified to the current KSDK on July 10, 1979. Four years later, Pulitzer traded channel 5 to Multimedia, Inc. On July 24, 1995, Multimedia was purchased by the Gannett Company, with the acquisition finalized on December 4.
In an attempt to provide St. KSDK produced the first broadcast of any local program in St. Louis in high definition, when it broadcast the St. Louis Thanksgiving Day Parade on November 24, 2005. On June 29, 2015, the Gannett Company split in two, with one side specializing in print media and the other side specializing in broadcast and digital media. KSDK was retained by the latter company, named TEGNA. A Place to Call Home is an Emmy Award-winning weekly segment that airs during the station’s Tuesday 6 p.
Thursday and Saturday morning newscasts which profilies one child placed within the foster care system that is in need of adoption. Friend to Friend is a program that reminds viewers on the fifth of each month to perform a breast self-exam to detect breast cancer in its early, treatable stages. Viewers can also contact KSDK for an informational packet that includes reminders on performing a self-exam. The station is also a major sponsor for the St. Volunteer 5 is a weekly, week-long program that collects donations for a particular local charity or community organization. It operates as a telethon, with phone operators taking calls between 4 and 7 p.
Since August 28, 2013, digital subchannel 5. KSDK shut down its analog signal, over VHF channel 5, 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. Current “5 On Your Side” news open. KSDK dominated the news ratings in St. Louis for the better part of its first six decades on the air. For much of that time, its main anchors stayed at the station for 10 years or more. At one point, its 6 p.
During the spring 2004 sweeps, it lost its first-place position at 10 p. KMOV, and the two stations have traded the ratings crown in that timeslot several times since then. KMOV has also closed its ratings gap in several other timeslots, due in part to NBC’s overall weaker ratings since 2004. KSDK’s ratings dominance began to slip dramatically in 2009, first losing late news to KMOV, and then morning news to KTVI. In 2013, its ratings went into free fall.
In addition, the station produces a sports wrap-up program on Sunday evenings after the 10 p. With KSDK now occupying the ratings cellar in the St. Louis news ratings, its dominance has become a distant memory. Jennifer Blome and Art Holliday had one of the longest anchor pairings in U. August 1989 until Holliday was reassigned to co-anchor a new half-hour 4 p. On September 12, 2005, KSDK debuted a half-hour weekday newscast at 10 a. Today airs on a one-hour delay at 11 a.