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Contents

1958-1964 1964-1976 1976-1979 1979-1986 1986-1992
1958-1964 1964-1976 1976-1979 1979-1986 1986-1992
1992-1999 1999-2013 2013-2015 2015-present
1992-1999 1999-2013 2013-2015 2015-present

1958–1964

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KNOP-TV was founded by local investors headed by attorney Rush Clarke and went on-air December 15, 1958.

1964–1976

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In 1968, it was purchased by Richard F. Shively, Harold O. Shively and Ulysses Carlini Sr.

1976–1986

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1986–1992

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1992–1999

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1999–2013

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Greater Nebraska Television sold its stations (including KNOP-TV) to Hoak Media in 2005.

2013–2015

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On November 20, 2013, Hoak announced the sale of most of its stations, including KNOP-TV and K11TW, to Gray Television. The sale made them sister stations to North Platte CBS affiliate KNPL-LD, a semi-satellite of Gray's KOLN/KGIN.

2015–present

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After Schurz Communications' stations were bought by Gray Television in 2015, KDUH-TV became a KNOP satellite, and its call letters becoming KNEP for its conversion to a KNOP-TV satellite.

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