KENV-DT

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KENV-DT
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Elko, Nevada
United States
City of license Elko
Branding Channel 10 (general)
News 10 (newscasts)
Channels Digital: 10 (VHF)
Subchannels 10.1/10.2 NBC
Affiliations NBC
Owner Intermountain West Communications Company
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group; sale to Cunningham Broadcasting pending; to remain operated by Sinclair thereafter.)
(Ruby Mountain Broadcasting, LLC)
First air date March 25, 1997
Call letters' meaning Elko, NeVada
Sister station(s) KAME-TV, KRNV-DT, KRXI-TV, KSNV-DT, KVCW, KVMY
Former channel number(s) 10 (VHF, 1997–2009)
Transmitter power 1.5 kW
Height 567 m
Class DT
Facility ID 63845
Transmitter coordinates 40°41′52.0″N 115°54′13.0″W / 40.697778°N 115.903611°W / 40.697778; -115.903611
Licensing authority FCC
Public license information: Profile
CDBS
Website www.kenvtv.com

KENV-DT, virtual channel 10, is the NBC-affiliate television station in Elko, Nevada. Owned by Intermountain West Communications Company and operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group, it is a sister station of KRNV-DT in Reno. It serves as the NBC affiliate for part of the Nevada side of the Salt Lake City market. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 10 from a transmitter on Grindstone Mountain. This can also be seen on Satview Cable channel 10.[1]

Though identifying as a station in its own right, KENV is reckoned as a semi-satellite of KRNV. KENV has studios on the campus of Great Basin College on Chilton Circle in Elko along I-80, though some internal operations are handled at KRNV's studios on Vassar Street in Reno. It simulcasts KRNV except for local inserts, commercials, and identifications.

KENV Studios
KENV News Set

Digital television[edit]

Channel Video Aspect PSIP Short Name Programming
10.1 1080i 16:9 Main KENV-DT programming / NBC
10.2 480i 4:3

History[edit]

On March 25, 1997, KENV signed-on as a semi-satellite of KRNV, extending its signal into Northeastern Nevada; it remains the only full-powered television station in Elko. KENV started broadcasting digital-only on March 26, 2009 after its analog transmitter broke down and forced a switch to digital three months ahead of schedule.

On November 22, 2013, Sinclair Broadcast Group announced the acquisition of KRNV's non-license assets, for $26 million.[2] On December 19, it was announced that Cunningham Broadcasting will acquire the license assets of KRNV and KENV for $6.5 million.[3][4]

News operation[edit]

KENV produces local news inserts during KRNV's shows. On May 5, 2008, that channel began producing a fifteen-minute news and weather insert weekday mornings at 6:45. KENV now offers a one-hour long morning show.

Newscast titles[edit]

  • News 10 (1997–present)

Station slogans[edit]

  • "Where News Comes First" (2000–2009)
  • "Nevada's Information Network" (1997–2013)

News team[edit]

  • Lori Gilbert – KENV News Director seen weekday mornings and reporter
    • Elko Newsmakers host
  • Troy Edler – KENV "News 10 At the Movies" segment producer

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