KCBS-TV/FM Tower

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KCBS-TV/FM Tower
General information
Type Radio/TV transmission tower
Location Mount Wilson
Coordinates 34°13′55″N 118°4′21″W / 34.23194°N 118.07250°W / 34.23194; -118.07250Coordinates: 34°13′55″N 118°4′21″W / 34.23194°N 118.07250°W / 34.23194; -118.07250 [1]
Completed 1986 [2]
Owner Richland Towers [3]
Height 296.4 m (972 ft) [2]

KCBS-TV/FM Tower (formerly the KNXT/KNX-FM Tower) is a 296.4 meter (972 ft) high guyed radio/television tower on Mount Wilson above Los Angeles (near the Mount Wilson Observatory) at 123 CBS Lane.[1] The KCBS-TV/FM Tower was built in 1986.[2] It was owned by CBS Corporation and used by KCBS-TV (Channel 2) and KCBS-FM (93.1 MHz, 27,500 watts). When the DTV conversion was planned the CBS transmitters (both of them) were installed in the Channel 9 building and combined onto one antenna.[citation needed] The guyed tower facility, the westernmost on Mount Wilson, was sold in November 2009 to Richland Towers whose headquarters is in Tampa, Florida.[3]

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  1. ^ a b FCC Antenna Structure Registration, Application A0015390, 31 January 1997
  2. ^ a b c FCC Antenna Structure Registration, Registration 1012836, 1 January 1986
  3. ^ a b FCC Antenna Structure Registration, Application A0657226, 16 November 2009

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