KXAN NBC 21 News Austin MN Channel Live Stream
Watch KXAN NBC 21 News Channel provides local breaking news and Radar Weather Forecast Live Online Streaming from Austin, Minnesota, United States. KXAN is a UHF digital and virtual channel 36. KXAN NBC is specified to NBC television. it is working in the United States and specified for the cities of Texas, and Austin.
The owner of this TV is the Nexstar Media Group. This group also operates other sister channels like KXAN NBC and KNVA along with KXAN. The three channels share the same studio which is located on West Martin Luther King in Austin. The transmitter of this KXAN NBC News is placed at the West Austin Antenna Farm which is in the north of West Lake Hills. The power of the transmitter is 700KW. The slogan of this channel is “In-Depth Investigation”. This station has 21 digital channels and 36 virtual channels. This channel can be seen on Grande Communications frequency 4 on cable. KTBC FOX 7 News Austin Live.
KXAN NBC 21 News Watch Live Streaming
This station started its work on 12th February 1965. At that time, it named KHFI-TV and it broadcasted on a UHF frequency. The owner of this KXAN NBC 21 News was the Kingsbury family. This family also owns the radio on this KXAN NBC. This channel was on the second number which was working for more than twelve years in Austin after the channel KTBC-TV. This television should basically affiliate to NBC station but this KXAN did not take the second affiliation. It spent more than a year and a half as an independent channel. This channel did not make the second affiliation with ABC television station.
Later Kingsbury made Henry Tippy as a partner and they gave permission from FCC in 1973 to proceed with this station to frequency 36. Because of this new change, the call letters also changed as KTVV. The power of the transmitter also increases. Later in 1979, the station sold to Lin Broadcasting. On 15TH October 1987, the call letters changed to present KXAN-TV and its affiliation with NBC. Now, this KXAN NBC is working successfully in Austin and it is producing 31 hours of news each week.