News 9 San Antonio

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News 9 San Antonio
Logo of News 9 San Antonio
Launched April, 2002
Closed July 23, 2004
Owned by Belo Corp.
Time Warner Cable
Picture format 4:3 standard definition
Slogan Your news now
Country United States
Language American English
Broadcast area San Antonio, Texas
Time Warner Cable 9

News 9 San Antonio was a 24-hour cable news featuring a rolling news format, serving the San Antonio, Texas region. It was a joint venture by Belo Corp. (owner of local television station KENS-TV, which assisted the cable channel with newsgathering) and Time Warner Cable (operators of the region's cable television systems). The cable channel started up in April 2003, and was shut down on July 23, 2004, citing low viewership and a lack of advertising revenue. It was shut down along with sister cable station News 24 Houston (also a joint venture between Belo and Time Warner). Upon closure, both News 24 and News 9 had instructed viewers to leave their thoughts and comments about the cable channels on sister station News 8 Austin's message boards. This had also affected former sister cable channel News 14 Carolina, which reverted to full Time Warner Control when Belo exited the joint venture, costing 50 jobs at that statewide cable channel's various news bureaus.[1]

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  1. ^ Mark Washburn, "News 14 Carolina Cuts Its Staff by about Half, " The Charlotte Observer, August 17, 2004.

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