Talk:KSL-TV

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Triad Center Shooting[edit]

We convict the alleged perpatrator here -- has she actually been convicted of the crime? Boisemedia 16:58, August 26, 2005 (UTC)

Maybe, maybe not... but instead of just chopping out the whole paragraph, how about tweaking it to be more neutral? Dbunker 05:56, 6 December 2005 (UTC)

NBC Executives[edit]

"...which does in someway continue to anger NBC executives."

This statements seems to be ambigous. Is there any evidence to support this? Define "some way." Anyone have any suggestions for improving this?

This statement seems to be personal research. Without a supporting reference, it should be deleted. How about if we give it until Friday for someone to find a reference, then we delete it (if it doesn't get said reference). Val42 06:03, 14 February 2006 (UTC)
Val42: For what it is worth, I would support this move. —A 07:41, 14 February 2006 (UTC)

Got Nourse?[edit]

Whats' an article on KSL-TV without Dick Nourse? That's like an article on CBS News without mention of Walter Cronkite. --angrykeyboarder (a/k/a:Scott) 10:03, 21 November 2006 (UTC)

Please read WP:NOT a directory.[edit]

News Department[edit]

Current Newscast Lineups[edit]

MONDAY-FRIDAY

  • KSL 5 Eyewitness News First Edition (5-5:30AM)
    • Anchors: Kerry Barrett, Scott Haws
    • Weather: Grant Weyman
  • KSL 5 Eyewitness News Daybreak (5:30-6AM)
    • Anchors: Kerry Barrett, Scott Haws
    • Weather: Grant Weyman
  • KSL 5 Eyewitness News Today (6-7AM)
    • Anchors: Kerry Barrett, Scott Haws
    • Weather: Grant Weyman
    • Sports: Greg Wrubell
  • KSL 5 Eyewitness News at Noon (NOON-1PM)
    • Anchors: Kerry Barrett, Scott Haws
    • Weather: Len Randolph
  • KSL 5 Eyewitness News at 4:00 (4-4:30PM)
    • Anchors: Jed Boal and Samantha Hayes
    • Weather: Len Randolph
  • KSL 5 Eyewitness News at 4:30 (4:30-5PM)
    • Anchors: Jed Boal and Samantha Hayes
    • Weather: Len Randolph
  • KSL 5 Eyewitness News at 5:00 (5-5:30PM)
    • Anchors: Bruce Lindsay and Nadine Wimmer
    • Weather: Len Randolph
  • KSL 5 Eyewitness News at 6:00 (6-6:30PM)
    • Anchors: Bruce Lindsay and Nadine Wimmer
    • Weather: Kevin Eubank
    • Sports: Tom Kirkland
  • KSL 5 Eyewitness News at 6:30 (6:30-7PM)
    • Anchors: Bruce Lindsay and Carole Mikita (Religion & Arts Reporter)
    • Weather: Kevin Eubank
  • KSL 5 Eyewitness News at 10:00 (10-10:35PM)
    • Anchors: Dick Nourse and Nadine Wimmer
    • Weather: Kevin Eubank
    • Sports: Tom Kirkland

SATURDAY

  • KSL 5 Eyewitness News at 6:00 (6-6:30PM)
    • Anchors: Keith McCord and Amanda Butterfield
    • Weather: Dan Pope
    • Sports: Rod Zundel
  • KSL 5 Eyewitness News at 10:00 (10-10:30PM)
    • Anchors: Keith McCord and Amanda Butterfield
    • Weather: Dan Pope
    • Sports: Rod Zundel
  • SportsBeat Saturday (10:30-11PM)
    • Anchor: Rod Zundel
  • The Beat Goes On (11-11:30PM)

SUNDAY

  • KSL 5 Eyewitness News at 5:30 (5:30-6PM) (pre-empted during Football Night in America September-December)
    • Anchors: Keith McCord and Amanda Butterfield
    • Weather: Dan Pope
    • Sports: Rod Zundel
  • KSL 5 Eyewitness News at 10:00 (10-10:30PM)
    • Anchors: Keith McCord and Amanda Butterfield
    • Weather: Dan Pope
    • Sports: Rod Zundel
  • SportsBeat Sunday (10:30-11PM)
    • Anchor: Rod Zundel
  • The Beat Goes On (11-11:30PM)

Notable Personalities[edit]

Current Reporters[edit]

  • Duane Cardall, Editorials
  • Alex Cabrero
  • John Daley
  • Debbie Dujanovic, Investigative Reporter
  • Ashley Hayes, sister of anchor Samantha Hayes
  • John Hollenhorst
  • Jeremiah Jensen, Sports
  • Gene Kennedy
  • Dr. Kim Mulvihill, Medical Reporter
  • Whit Johnson
  • Kent Norton, Weather
  • Shelley Osterloh
  • Tonya Papanikolas
  • Richard Piatt, Political Reporter
  • Sam Penrod, Utah County Bureau Chief
  • Coco Warner
  • Grant Weyman
  • Ed Yeates, Health & Science Reporter
  • Sandra Yi

Past personalities[edit]

  • Mark Eubank, Retired from KSL Television on November 29, 2006, after 42 years in Television. Joined KSL in 1990, previously worked for KUTV Television 22 years prior.
  • Ruth Todd, Saturday Mornings, 12Noon, then finally 10pm anchor, currently works as the lead female anchor for KTVX ABC4
  • Jane Clayson, weekend anchor, formerly co-host of the CBS Early Show
  • Jim Nantz, sports anchor, now the lead sports announcer for CBS Sports
  • Steve Cyphers, sports anchor, later moved to ESPN
  • Craig Bolerjack, sports anchor, presently a play-by-play announcer with the Utah Jazz in addition to play-by-play for college and NFL football broadcasts by CBS Sports
  • Gretchen Carr, weekend and morning anchor, later moved to KCBS-TV
  • Terry Wood, weekday morning & noon anchor, currently works as the lead male anchor for KTVX ABC4
  • Kim Johnson, weekday morning & noon anchor
  • Robert Walz, reporter, currently at KTVX ABC4
  • Reed Cowan, reporter, currently at KTVX ABC4
  • Brent Hunsaker, reporter, currently at KTVX
  • Steve Eager, anchor/reporter, currently at FOX 4 in Dallas-Fort Worth
  • Brian Mullahy, anchor/reporter, currently at KUTV 2News
  • Kent Rupe, sports reporter, later moved to KUTV, KSTU, currently at KTVX
  • Susan Wood, anchor/reporter, currently at KTVX ABC4
  • Sterling Poulson, meteorologist, currently at KUTV 2News
  • Doug Miller, outdoor specialist, later moved to KUTV (passed away August 2006)
  • Kelley Day, morning anchor/reporter, currently works as the lead female anchor for KOIN 6 in Portland, Oregon.
  • Nick Toma, morning and noon anchor/reporter, currently works as the morning and noon anchor for KMAX-TV CW31 in Sacramento
  • Scott Light, morning and noon anchor, currently at KPNX in Phoenix
  • Lisa Conley, morning and weekend anchor, later moved to KTVX ABC4, whereabouts unknown
  • Bob Welti, Meteorologist, retired (part of the Nourse, Welti & James team -- 26 years)
  • Paul James, Sports Anchor, retired (part of the Nourse, Welti & James team -- 26 years)

Thanks. Xiner (talk, email) 20:51, 9 January 2007 (UTC)

Merge notice[edit]

It's not standard practice on Wikipedia for a television station's list of transmitters to be a separate article from the one on the television station itself. Is there a specific reason it should be allowed to stand in this case? Bearcat 10:39, 17 January 2007 (UTC)

Discussion of merging these lists ongoing at Talk:KTVX#Merge notice and a related deletion debate. Cool Hand Luke 10:34, 23 January 2007 (UTC)

SNL Really Not Aired Because of Content?[edit]

I might just be remembering something that didn't happen, but didn't KSL state that their primary reason for opting out of Saturday Night Live was simply because SportsBeat Saturday was the higher-rated program when they were in competition? It's kind of telling that KUTV passed on it as well, opting instead to air their own sports program. Come to think of it, I don't believe there was any source on the statement that SNL isn't aired due to content, so I'm going to go ahead and delete it as an unsourced statement. (Doublelxp 09:12, 22 April 2007 (UTC)) KSL also did not air SNL in the 2000s: Time & Again on april 15 2010 for no apparent reason so that would mean it is about content there was no reason not to show SNL in the 2000s: Time & Again. they insted showed ReGenesis and DaVinci's Inquest —Preceding unsigned comment added by 137.190.208.155 (talk) 02:48, 16 April 2010 (UTC)

This is most likely because KSL doesn't broadcast SNL in the first place, so why show a retrospective on that show? It makes more sense to show it on KUCW. CL (T · C) — 03:01, 16 April 2010 (UTC) but they have in the past shown prime time snl retrospectives why not now and they did rebroadcat it on cw

Fair use rationale for Image:Ksltv.png[edit]

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sports[edit]

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Salt Lake City News Ratings[edit]

What station leads the news ratings in Salt Lake City?--Rossmartin90 (talk) 16:50, 18 August 2010 (UTC)

I believe it's KSL, then KUTV, then KSTU, and finally KTVX. I read this in a Trib article not too long ago. CL (T · C) — 22:25, 18 August 2010 (UTC)

Proposed merger of personalities section[edit]

There's no real reason to have a separate artilce for KSL news personalities--it's not really a stand alone topic, and this article isn't so long that it needs to be spun out. Most other television stations, even ones with significantly more personalities or notable alumni have the info in the main article. If no one objects within about a week, I'll merge the personalities into here. Qwyrxian (talk) 06:22, 5 October 2010 (UTC)

Well, since it's been about 7 months, I'll go ahead and do the merger now. Qwyrxian (talk) 01:14, 27 April 2011 (UTC)

Broadcast License[edit]

Question: why is the Licence on here state "Bonneville Holding Company" when there are several videos on You tube stating they are part of Deseret Management Corporation? Just Curious. Videos here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMWaFbeOYc0&feature=related & here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=py0-rgm0GVM —Preceding unsigned comment added by 24.9.146.211 (talk) 00:42, 25 February 2011 (UTC)

The FCC says "BONNEVILLE HOLDING COMPANY" [1] so, as long as it says that, it is what the article should say. I do know there is some activity going on but I believe we should wait until the FCC says who owns it before changing it. --milonica (talk) 02:19, 25 February 2011 (UTC)