The FCC requires a market to have eight unique station owners after a duopoly is formed. Also in September 2018, Rachael Ray was dropped which later moved to KVCW, and was replaced by an hour of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, only for Rachael Ray to be reinstated on the station at 11:00 a.m. weekdays, when Millionaire was cancelled.

From Orlando, Steve headed north to anchor the midday and 5 p.m. newscasts at WEWS-TV in Cleveland, Ohio where he won two Emmy Awards on the news/talk show, "Live on Five." It also created a situation in which a CW affiliate is the nominal senior partner in a duopoly involving an NBC affiliate and a "Big Four" station. Jim Snyder and Jessica Moore, the evening co-anchor team at NBC affiliate KSNV in Las Vegas have confirmed their August marriage was annulled in November. He has also had the chance to land on the deck of the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln to file reports on U.S.

They remain co-Anchors, but not husband and wife.

KSNV was one of the few major network affiliates to utilize channel 2 for their digital broadcasts; low-VHF channels have been very prone to interference in the digital age, though the relatively flat terrain of southern Nevada and northern Arizona made this interference much less of a factor than areas with varied terrain. The Las Vegas Review Journal says that the two were paired as anchors in the spring of 2012, two years after her arrival from Louisville, Ky. Television station in Nevada, United States. [4][6], Jim Rogers died of cancer on June 14, 2014, at the age of 75.

Sinclair was considering to bring back the hour-long 11:00 a.m., 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. newscasts and What's Your Point? These changes were part of an increased emphasis on KSNV's news department: under this plan, the station's weekday lineup outside of NBC prime time programming would consist entirely of local newscasts.

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During his career covering the U.S. Military, Steve has had the rare opportunity to fly in the backseats of several USAF and Navy jets including an F-16B Falcon, TA-4 Skyhawk, FA-18 Hornet, and a T-38 Talon.

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KSNV debuted a 3 p.m. newscast, News 3 Live at 3, on August 19, 2013; to accommodate this newscast, the station dropped Days of Our Lives, which moved to KVCW.

The most notable of these preemptions was the 1978 World Series, angering both NBC and several Las Vegas area viewers, some of whom filed complaints to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

From South Florida, Steve headed to Southern California to anchor the 4 p.m. newscast at KABC-TV in Los Angeles, just in time for two more major news stories; the devastating Northridge Earthquake and the O.J. Steve's career then took him deeper into Southern California, as the primary anchor at KGTV-TV in San Diego. Rogers' group gained more support when Donrey began to heavily preempt NBC programming in order to sell more local advertising in the late 1970s. As Sinclair already owned a duopoly in Las Vegas, KVMY (channel 21) and KVCW (channel 33), the company planned to sell the license assets (though not the programming) of one of the three stations to comply with FCC ownership restrictions, with the divested station's programming being moved to the other stations.

Jim Snyder - NBC Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Then, it was back to South Florida to anchor weeknights at the CBS-owned WFOR-TV in Miami. KSNV, virtual channel 3 (UHF digital channel 22), is an NBC-affiliated television station licensed to Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.The station is owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group, as part of a duopoly with CW affiliate KVCW (channel 33).

KVBC was knocked off the air for a few minutes, because its transmitter facilities atop Black Mountain were positioned just above the blast site. Facing pressure from both NBC and the FCC, Donrey was forced to sell the station to the Rogers group's holding company, Valley Broadcasting Company, in 1979. The station went on the air as KLRJ-TV on VHF channel 2 on January 23, 1955; it was originally licensed to Henderson and was owned by Southwestern Publishing Company along with the Las Vegas Review-Journal and KORK radio (920 AM, now KRLV; and 97.1 FM, now KXPT). ), Katherine Whaley - weekend morning anchor & weather forecaster/reporter (2007-2009), Jack Williams, anchor (now at WBZ-TV in Boston), Mike Woolfolk, sports reporter (now news anchor for WACH-TV in Columbia, SC).

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[8] 80–85% of proceeds from the sale will go toward the formation of the Rogers Educational Foundation, which will support students and educators in Southern Nevada.[9].

Steve filed a series of reports from Tel Aviv, Israel with first-hand accounts of Iraq's SCUD missile attacks. From there, Steve moved to the Orlando CBS affiliate, WKMG-TV (WCPX-TV) where he became one of the youngest weeknight 6 & 11 p.m. news anchors in the nation. The station also produces one local program: the sports highlight program (which airs on Sunday evenings after the 11:00 p.m. newscast at the 11:35 p.m. time slot.). Steve Wolford is a four-time Emmy Award winner and a 2006 inductee into the Nevada Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame.

Donrey retained KORK radio and as a result on October 1, 1979, the TV station changed its call letters to KVBC, reflecting the new ownership (the change was made due to a now-repealed FCC rule that forbade TV and radio stations in the same market, but with different ownership from sharing the same call letters). KVBC was first to document The Mirage volcano explosion during its initial test in front of an unsuspecting nighttime audience. Steve joined the staff of KSNV in December 2018, and brings more than 30 years of broadcast journalism experience to News 3, including more than a decade in Las Vegas.

KSNV presently broadcasts a total of 42½ hours of locally produced newscasts each week (with 7½ hours each weekday and 2½ hours each on Saturdays and Sundays).

While Sinclair would not move the station to an all-news daytime format, as intended by Rogers, the station remained committed to substantial news content. It has always been an NBC affiliate, but shared ABC with KLAS-TV (channel 8) until KSHO-TV (channel 13, now KTNV-TV) signed on in 1956.

Current on-air staff Anchors Dana Wagner - morning and noon anchor/morning and noon meteorologist Kim Wagner - morning and noon anchor Dan Ball a.k.a.

[14] Through the use of PSIP, digital television receivers display the station's virtual channel as its former VHF analog channel 3. A public affairs discussion program, which aired after the weekday noon newscast, was cancelled in November 2013. at 12:30 p.m.[citation needed].

Later that year, CBS produced 48 Hours in Las Vegas, a feature about Las Vegas that portrayed the city as full of gamblers and riddled by crime. KSNV, virtual channel 3 (UHF digital channel 22), is an NBC-affiliated television station licensed to Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. [18] However, with the station's fall 2014 sale to Sinclair, it is probable that these plans might not proceed further. These moves effectively put KSNV under Sinclair ownership, operating under the license for the former KVMY. Jim Snyder anchors the 5:00, 6:00 & 11:00 newscasts weeknights on News 3.

Additionally, the signal for KVBC was to have been relayed over KBMO-TV (channel 9) in Tonopah, Nevada, but construction of this station was not completed before the FCC construction permit expired in 2002. Additionally, the two stations swapped virtual channel numbers, which moved KVMY to channel 3, and KSNV to channel 21. With the sale's completion, Sinclair now controls half of those stations.

NBC was far less tolerant of programming preemptions than the other networks at the time. The previous channel 3 license was later sold to Howard Stirk Holdings. [16][17] Due to these changes, anchor lineups would be shuffled. (12:30–1:00 p.m.) hosted by Jeff Gillan ended on December 26, 2014 and was replaced by Rachael Ray and an hour-long extension of the noon newscast on December 29, 2014, leaving KTNV-TV with the market's only hour-long 11:00 a.m. newscast.

The station is owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group, as part of a duopoly with CW affiliate KVCW (channel 33).

[4], On June 18, 2010, KVBC filed an application with the FCC to change the station's call letters to KSNV-DT, reflecting the renaming of Valley Broadcasting Company (which by this time, was a subsidiary of Sunbelt Communications Company that held the station's license) to Southern Nevada Communications, as well as better reflecting the station's relationship with sister stations KRNV-DT in Reno and KENV-DT in Elko. Since August 17, 2015, the station relaunched newscasts for sister station KVCW. The hour-long 11:00 a.m. newscast and the discussion program What's Your Point?

During his 5-years in Miami, Steve picked up Emmy number-3, and filed live reports from the Johnson Space Center in Houston, following the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster. Michelle Velez News 3. KSNV's signal is rebroadcast across southern Nevada on the following translators: KSNV (as KVBC) also previously maintained two full-power satellite stations: KVNV (channel 3) in Ely served as a KVBC satellite from its sign-on in 2001 until it was sold to PMCM TV, LLC in 2008, while KMCC (channel 34) in Laughlin was a KVBC satellite from its sign-on in 2003 until it was sold to Cranston II, LLC in 2005. Two major "events" aided KVBC's rise to the top. The hour-long 3:00 p.m. newscast was not affected by the change and continued to compete with KTNV-TV.

and Wheel of Fortune expired; both game shows later moved to KLAS-TV. Steve then returned to Florida as the weeknight anchor for WPEC-TV in West Palm Beach where he covered two of the biggest stories of the decade; Hurricane Andrew and the first Persian Gulf war. Cancer survivor News anchor turned full time mommy Twitter: Michellenews3LV IG: MichelleNews3LV [5] The change to KSNV-DT became official on July 9, 2010. The Doctors and Access Hollywood were dropped in September 2016 when they moved to KVCW (the latter now airs on KVCW's second digital subchannel). They were replaced in the schedule by Harry Connick Jr.'s talk show and Entertainment Tonight, only for the first show mentioned in the 2016 replacements to be replaced by reruns of Dateline NBC in September 2018, and only for Dateline NBC reruns to move to KVCW, and be replaced by Tamron Hall one year later. As mentioned above, KSNV moved their signal on November 1, 2014 to the digital channel 21 formerly used by KVMY. In May 1988, an explosion and fire rocked the Pacific Engineering and Production Company (PEPCON) in Henderson. Owned by South Sound Broadcasting, Sinclair programs this station, as a simulcast of KOMO (AM).

In 1971, a group of local residents led by Las Vegas attorney Jim Rogers began an effort to take control of channel 3. "anchorman Dan" - 4, 10 (on Vegas TV) & 11 p.m. anchor, Marie Mortera - 4 p.m. anchor/reporter (Beginning September 7, 2010), Jessica Moore - 11 p.m anchor/reporter (Beginning September 7, 2010), Maria Silva - weekend morning anchor/reporter, Dana Wagner - morning and noon meteorologist (AMS certified), Kevin Janison - 4, 5, 6, 10 (on Vegas TV) & 11 p.m. meteorologist (NWA certified), Jerry Brown - weekend evening meteorologist (NWA certified), Mike Bradley, evening meteorologist (1990-1994), Rich Britton, evening meteorologist (late 1980s), Dan Burns (now PIO with Nevada Department of Public Safety), Terry Care (now member of Nevada state senate), Gwen Castaldi, evening anchor (1980-1998), Kori Chambers (now with WFLD in Chicago, Illinois), Rikki Cheese, anchor (1984-1999) (now with KTNV), Sophia Choi - 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. anchor (2007-2010), Dave Courvousier, evening anchor (1985-1998) (now with KLAS-TV), Colin Cowherd, sports anchor (1988-1996) (now with ESPN), Luis Cruz (now News Director at KYMA in Yuma, Arizona), Steve Eagar, News 3 Sunrise anchor (now with KFLD-TV, Dallas), Beth Fisher, 4 and 6 p.m. anchor (1999-2007), John Fredericks, morning and noon meteorologist (1996-2009) (retired; now an author), Kurt Goff, weekend evening anchor/reporter (1995-2001) (now with the Family Life Network in New York), Scott Haws, morning anchor (1997-2003) (now with KSL TV in Salt Lake City, Utah), Lisa Hidalgo (now with KMGH in Denver, Colorado), Sarah Hoeveler, News 3 Sunrise & News 3 at 11:00 p.m. anchor, Anqunette Jamison (now with WJBK in Detroit), Chera Kimiko (now with KOKI in Tulsa, Oklahoma), Terry Kniess, weekend weather anchor/reporter (1983-1985) retired in Henderson, NV, Kerstin Lindquist, weekend morning meteorologist/reporter (2004-2006) (currently with KGTV in San Diego), Shannon Martindale, weekend anchor & reporter, Rob McMillan (reporter with KABC-TV in Los Angeles ), Mike Moody, business anchor for News 3 Sunrise, Marie Mortera,weekend morning anchor/reporter (2006-2008) (now with KTLA in Los Angeles ), Paige Novodor, reporter & weekend news anchor, John Overall, morning anchor (1994-1997) (now with KTVL in Medford, Oregon, Anjuli Porter (now weekend anchor at WVIT-TV Hartford), Nina Radetich, 5 and 11 p.m. anchor (1997-2007) (now at KTNV ), Scott Reynolds, sports anchor (1982-1988), David Riggleman, weekend anchor & reporter (now Director of Communications for the City of Las Vegas), Walt Reno, evening meteorologist (1973-1980), Mitch Roberts, sports anchor (1999-2006) (now at KFSM-TV in Fort Smith/Fayetteville, Arkansas), Robert Santos, weekend evening meteorologist/reporter (2006-2008), Alex Savidge (now at KSAZ-TV in Phoenix, Arizona), Steve Schorr (now spokesperson with COX communications in Las Vegas), Dr. Jim Seibert, evening meteorologist (2001-2003) (now with KRIV in Houston, Texas), Alan Sloane, weekend evening meteorologist (1989-1996), Randy Swallow, reporter (now with Clark County TV), Nathan "Nate" Tannenbaum, evening meteorologist (1995-2000) (now multimedia producer for the, Kendall Tenney, News 3 Sunrise anchor & 4 & 6 p.m. anchor - (1994-2009), Mitch Truswell - sunrise/noon anchor (2003-2007) noon anchor/investigative reporter (2007-2009) (now freelance reporter with KNXV-TV in Phoenix.



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