Southern Arizona News Network

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Southern Arizona News Network
Southern Arizona News Network.jpg
Launched June 7, 2007
Closed March 31, 2010
Owned by KVOA Communications, Inc. (Evening Post Publishing Company)
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Country United States
Language American English
Broadcast area Southern Arizona
Headquarters Tucson, Arizona
Website www.kvoa.com
Availability before closure
Cable
Cox Communications 3

Southern Arizona News Network (aka SANN) was a regional 24-hour cable news television network based in Tucson, Arizona. The network was a partnership between Cox cable, and KVOA, the Tucson NBC affiliate.[1][2] SANN broadcast news and weather reports live as well as replays of earlier broadcasts. The network reported on happenings in Tucson and other Southern Arizona areas. SANN was broadcast on channel 3 on the Cox cable system in Tucson, and was not available over the air or on any other cable system.

On March 31, 2010, the partnership agreement between KVOA and Cox was terminated, and SANN was removed from the Cox cable lineup.[3]

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