WXIA NBC 11 News Atlanta Ga Channel Live Stream
Watch (Alive 11 News) WXIA NBC 11 News Channel provides local breaking news and Radar Weather Forecast Live Online Streaming from Atlanta, Georgia, United States. WXIA is a VHF digital and virtual channel 11. It is specified in the United States, Georgia, and Atlanta. This channel is own by Tegan Inc. the two stations, Alive WXIA and WATL share the same studio which is located at One Monroe Place. This place is in the north of Atlanta.
The transmitter of this station is present in the east section of the city, near Kirkwood. The power of the transmitter is 80 KW. The slogan of this TV is “Where Atlanta Speaks”. NBC WXIA has 10 digital channels and 11 virtual channels. On both, Comcast Xfinity and Charter Spectrum, these channels are present on WSB ABC 2 News Atlanta on cable. Because of its longtime on-air brand “11 Alive”, the television is very much famous among the Atlanta metropolitans. “11 Alive” is being used by this channel since 1976.
Alive WXIA NBC 11 News Watch Live Streaming
WXIA NBC 11 News started its work on 30th September 1951. The station begins as WLTV NBC, and it affiliated to ABC television station. It basically owned by Atlanta Businessmen. But later the station sold to Cincinnati-based Crosley Broadcasting Company. This company changed the call letters of the channel as WLWA NBC News. The station sold to Indianapolis businessman, Richard Fairbanks in 1962. He later changed the call letters of the channel to “WAII-TV”, and the slogan of the channel was “the eye of Atlanta”.
In 1968, the WXIA NBC was bought by another company known as Pacific & Southern Broadcasting and the channel was named ‘WQXI-TV”. Later. Pacific and Southern amalgamate with Combined Communications. And on 25th December 1973, the station named as WXIA-TV. WXIA NBC displays 28 hours and 25 minutes of locally assembled news each week. WXIA NBC News also had an association with the weather forecast and show local weather. On 2nd February 2006, WXIA became the first TV in Atlanta which display programs in high definition.