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1956–1960 1960–1964 1964–1968 1968–1972 1972–197? 197?–1980
1956–1960 1960–1964 1964–1968 1968–1972 1972–197? 197?–1980
1980–1987 1987–1995 1995–2002 2002–2003 2003–present  
1980–1987 1987–1995 1995–2002 2002–2003 2003–present

KSHO-TV

1956–1960

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The station, originally owned by the TV Company of America, Inc., signed on the air for the first time on May 4, 1956 as KSHO-TV. Before then, ABC had been relegated to off-hours clearances on NBC affiliate KLRJ/KORK-TV (VHF channel 2, now KSNV on VHF channel 3) and CBS affiliate KLAS-TV (VHF hannel 8).

1960–1964

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1964-1968

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1968–1972

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1972–197?

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197?–1980

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In 1979, KSHO was purchased by The Milwaukee Journal Company; the acquisition made it Journal's second television station property (and its first television station acquisition outside of the company's headquarters of Milwaukee). The station changed its callsign to KTNV-TV on March 2, 1980 (the -TV suffix was removed from 1988 to 2009).

KTNV (-TV)

1980–1987

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1987–1995

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1995–2002

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2002–2003

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2003–present

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On July 30, 2014, it was announced that the E. W. Scripps Company would buy Journal Communications in an all-stock transaction. Scripps will retain the two companies' broadcast properties, including KTNV, and spin-off its print properties as part of Journal Media Group.

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