Not to be confused with KTVU.

Contents

1954–1957 1957–1960 1960–1963 1963–1966 1966–1972
1954–1957 1957–1960 1960–1963 1963–1966 1966–1972
 
1972–1976 1976–1978 1978–1995 1995–2003 2003–present
1972–1976 1976–1978 1978–1995 1995–2003 2003–present


1954–1957

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KUTV originally signed on the air on September 10, 1954, as an ABC affiliate.

1957–1960

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1960–1963

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Used after the switch from ABC to NBC.

1963–1966

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1966–1972

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1972–1976

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1976–1978

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1978–1995

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The station was acquired by NBC after they bought the majority control (88%) of KUTV from VS&A Communications Partners, but their ownership didn't last long.

1995–2003

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On July 12, 1994, when CBS and Westinghouse Broadcasting agreed to a long-term affiliation deal that would result in three of its stations switch to the network, CBS traded its longtime O&O WCAU to NBC in exchange for KCNC-TV in Denver, with KUTV added as a compensation. The peacock then flew away to Bonneville International's KSL-TV. However, KUTV still kept NBC as their secondary affiliation until 1996.

2003–present

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On February 7, 2007. CBS Corporation sold its seven smaller-market stations to Cerberus Capital Management. Cerberus formed Four Points Media Group, which was later acquired by the Sinclair Broadcast Group in 2012. 

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