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ABC affiliate in San Antonio

Television station in Texas, United States

KSAT-TV, virtual and VHFdigital channel 12, is an ABC-affiliatedtelevision stationlicensed to San Antonio, Texas, United States. The station is owned by the Chicago-based Graham Media Group subsidiary of Graham Holdings Company. KSAT's studios are located on North St. Mary's Street on the northern edge of downtown, and its transmitter is located off Route in northwest Wilson County (northeast of Elmendorf).



Channel 12 was the last commercial VHF allocation in San Antonio to be awarded. The first applicant for the allocation came in June , from Bexar County Television Corporation, a subsidiary of Alamo Broadcasting Company, owners of radio station KABC.[2] Bexar County Television planned to operate channel 12 as an ABC Television affiliate, owing to the radio station's affiliation with the ABC radio network.[2] Shortly thereafter, Mission Broadcasting Company, owners of KONO radio ( AM and FM), also applied for a channel 12 license.[3] By , both Bexar County Television and Mission Broadcasting proper had dropped out of the running for channel However, two new applicants filed applications: Sunshine Broadcasting Company, then-owners of KTSA radio, and Mission Telecasting Company. Mission was majority (50%) owned by Eugene J. Roth, principal owner of Mission Broadcasting Company, with the other half of the company split among seven individuals.[4]

Sunshine would later withdraw its application, although another player would throw their hat into the ring in January the Walmac Corporation, owners of KMAC radio.[5] In an attempt to avoid long, drawn-out hearings for a license, Walmac and Mission met in May to work out an agreement between the two parties.[6] On March 12, , the FCC heard final oral arguments between Walmac and Mission, with an FCC examiner having already favored Mission's application the previous year.[7] In May , the FCC granted a license to Mission and denied Walmac's bid.[8] Mission officials proceeded to construct a new, 16,square-foot (1,&#;m2) studio building and foot (&#;m) tower on North St. Mary's Street, adjacent to the studios for KONO radio.[8]

Originally targeting a sign on date of December 1, ,[9] the station would not begin regular testing until the evening of January 14, [10] Assistant station manager Jack Roth noted that viewers from as far as Corpus Christi, Austin, Kerrville, Boerne, and Camp Wood were all receiving the test pattern.[10] The station finally came on the air for good on January 21, , as KONO-TV, becoming San Antonio's fourth television station and the third to broadcast in English.[1] The station took its call letters from its partially co-owned sister radio stations.[1] Channel 12 has been a full-time ABC affiliate since its debut, more or less by default. The first program broadcast by KONO-TV was the inauguration of President Dwight D. Eisenhower beginning at 10 a.m. that morning.[1]

KSAT-TV's former studio facility on North St. Mary's Street.

Mission announced on July 31, that it had sold channel 12 to Providence, Rhode Island-based The Outlet Company for $ million.[11] Eugene Roth, Mission chairman, said that the reason he decided to sell the station was because of the increasing costs needed to keep pace with the rapidly growing television industry.[11]


Outlet took control of the station in January and announced that the call letters would be changing to the present KSAT-TV on February 1.[12] The change was necessitated by an FCC regulation at the time in which stations that were not co-owned could not share the same base call sign.

Outlet was taken private in and the company's new owners sold KSAT to H&C Communications. KSAT was nearly sold to Young Broadcasting in , but the sale was cancelled due to Young's failure to obtain financing.[13][14] On April 22, ,[15] H&C sold KSAT and Houston sister station KPRC-TV to The Washington Post Company (now Graham Holdings Company), which placed the two stations within its Post-Newsweek Stations subsidiary.

In the early s, Post-Newsweek adopted a unified "Local" brand for most of its television stations. KSAT briefly rebranded as "Local 12" in , before reverting to the station's previous branding of "KSAT 12" (the call letters are pronounced syllabically as "K-Sat"). Although the station does not follow this brand standardization, the "Local" wording is periodically visible in the logo bug seen during the station's newscasts, which cycle between both brands (mimicking a similar behavior used by sister stations KPRC-TV and WDIV-TV in Detroit, whose logo bugs cycle between the station's call letters and channel number and their respective on-air brands "Local 2" or "Local 4").

In March , KSAT relocated from its longtime St. Mary's Street studios to a new, state-of-the-art two-story facility that was built in an area that was formerly part of the station's parking lot. The building houses a large newsroom, numerous offices and meeting spaces, a convenience store-style breakroom for staff and a courtyard with outdoor seating as well as a grill and garden area. Demolition began on the former KSAT studio building shortly after the station relocated; by May , that space will be transformed into a new parking lot for station employees and news vehicles.[16]



KSAT-TV presently broadcasts 43 hours of locally produced newscasts each week (with seven hours each weekday, 4½ hours on Saturdays and 3½ hours on Sundays).

In , weeknight co-anchor Leslie Mouton was diagnosed with breast cancer; Mouton courageously decided to anchor the evening newscasts without a wig while she was undergoing chemotherapy treatments that resulted in her going bald. Mouton chronicled her treatment and recovery on KSAT, earning accolades from local oncologists and cancer patients. Mouton recounted her battle with the disease in a interview on The Oprah Winfrey Show (which aired on KSAT at the time), which included clips of Mouton's first anchoring appearance after she lost her hair, including the explanation she gave on-air of what she was going through at the time.

On February 5, , KSAT became the second television station in the San Antonio market to begin broadcasting its local newscasts in high definition. prior to the upgrade, only in-studio cameras recorded in HD, with video downconverted to widescreenstandard definition; certain field cameras and other station camera feeds are in standard definition and upconverted to a widescreen format in the control room, as some field reports still remain in upconverted standard definition.

On May 26, , KSAT debuted a half-hour late afternoon newscast at &#;p.m., titled First News At Four; the program (along with its lead-out Inside Edition) replaced The Oprah Winfrey Show, which ended its syndication run on May 25, First News At Four ended its run on September 5,

On September 12, , in a move announced in May , KSAT-TV became the first station in San Antonio to expand its &#;p.m. newscast to one hour; as a result, it is one of the few television stations affiliated with the Big Three networks that airs an hour-long late evening newscast. Also coinciding with the expanded newscast, Inside Edition was reduced from two daily airings to one, as the newscast took over that timeslot; Nightline remained in its timeslot at (later occupied by Jimmy Kimmel Live! at &#;p.m. and Nightline at &#;a.m.). However, ABC's newest affiliation contract has required all its affiliates to carry Kimmel as scheduled at &#;p.m., and KSAT, along with several other ABC affiliates carrying extended newscasts, reduced their late newscasts to the traditional 35 minutes at the start of

In March , KSAT expanded its weekday morning newscast Good Morning San Antonio to 2½ hours, becoming the third station (behind WOAI and later KENS) to expand its morning newscast to the &#;a.m. timeslot. That month, the station also added Saturday and Sunday editions of Good Morning San Antonio, in the form of one-hour blocks (with the second half of the Saturday edition running two hours) surrounding the weekend editions of Good Morning America.

In February , KSAT announced the launch of a new hour of programming in the 9 a.m. block, Good Morning San Antonio at 9.[17] In September , the station launched a 9 p.m. newscast, though unusually, the program is exclusive to the station's app on the three major digital media player platforms.[18]

Local programming[edit]

KSAT produces a one-hour lifestyle and variety show, SA Live, weekdays at 1 p.m.[19] In addition, the station produces the hour-long sports highlight and discussion program Instant Replay, which airs Sundays at p.m.

In popular culture[edit]

The comedy film Miss Congeniality, which was set around a beauty pageant being held in San Antonio, used KSAT live trucks and microphones with the station's mic flags in a fictional sense; though none of KSAT's actual staff appeared during the film, instead using actors playing a KSAT reporter and a news photographer in a scene in which the film's lead character, FBI agent Gracie Hart (played by Sandra Bullock), is interviewed at The Alamo.

Technical information[edit]


The station's digital signal is multiplexed:

Analog-to-digital conversion[edit]

KSAT-TV discontinued regular programming on its analog signal, over VHF channel 12, on June 12, , the official date in which full-power television stations in the United States transitioned from analog to digital broadcasts under federal mandate. The station's digital signal relocated from its pre-transition UHF channel 48 to VHF channel 12 for post-transition operations.[21][22]


  1. ^ abcd"KONO-TV Channel 12 Makes Debut Monday". San Antonio Light. January 20, p.&#;2-G.
  2. ^ ab"TV License Asked by KABC". San Antonio Light. June 30, p.&#;B
  3. ^"Two Firms Jockey for TV". San Antonio Light. July 1, p.&#;5-B.
  4. ^"2 Applicants Remain In TV Race". San Antonio Light. November 25, p.&#;
  5. ^"New TV Applicant". San Antonio Light. January 28, p.&#;3.
  6. ^"TV Applicants Ready to Agree". San Antonio Light. May 16, p.&#;8-A.
  7. ^"Date Set On S. A. TV". San Antonio Light. February 19, p.&#;A.
  8. ^ ab"Third TV Station Licensed". San Antonio Light. May 26, p.&#;3.
  9. ^"Completion Date Set On KONO-TV". San Antonio Light. September 16, p.&#;A.
  10. ^ ab"Channel 12 Test Pattern Goes on Air". San Antonio Light. January 15, p.&#;
  11. ^ ab"KONO-TV Sold for $10 Million". San Antonio Light. July 31, p.&#;1.
  12. ^Willson, Morris (January 31, ). "Bexar Facts". San Antonio Light. p.&#;
  13. ^"Hobby family sells most of media empire". UPI. May 20, Retrieved August 6,
  14. ^Burnett, Richard (February 19, ). "PULITZER PUBLISHING PLANS TO BUY WESH-CHANNEL 2". Orlando Sentinel. Retrieved August 6,
  15. ^"SEC Filing | Graham Holdings Company". www.ghco.com.
  16. ^KSAT anchors thrilled about new TV digs, San Antonio Express-News, October 22,
  17. ^"KSAT 12 to Shuffle Daytime Lineup for 9 a.m. Newscast". KSAT-TV. February 2, Retrieved April 2,
  18. ^"KSAT12 launches "KSAT NEWS AT 9" in San Antonio" (Press release). August 21, Retrieved April 15,
  19. ^"KSAT12 set to launch new local variety show". Archived from the original on May 15, Retrieved May 13,
  20. ^RabbitEars TV Query for KSAT
  21. ^"DTV Tentative Channel Designations for the First and Second Rounds"(PDF). Archived from the original(PDF) on August 29, Retrieved March 24,
  22. ^CDBS Print

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Whether We are at home or traveling, this app keeps us up-to-date. My husband travels three days a week and it doesn't matter what city he is in he can always keep up with the latest weather in that area. At home it keeps us up-to-date on upcoming storms and warnings. We have deleted all other weather apps and rely on this one alone. This app beats out the national weather app by a country mile.
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Not crazy about update

The app was easy to read and navigate before. I definitely do NOT like the fact that I now have to scroll horizontally to see the weather for the day! It needs to go back to the vertical on this. I also have issues now with it not scrolling smoothly. It keeps catching for a few seconds as I'm trying to scroll which, when combined with the horizontal scroll where I have to scroll a lot more to see the days forecast, makes it extremely annoying! It looks pretty but I'm assuming that to get this update paid for you had to add all the excessive pop up ads. Overall, I'm thinking about deleting this app. It is no longer as user friendly and convenient!
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Not sure why it gets a high rating

Love the KSAT weather team, but I’ve had a LOT of problems with this app.

Best Feature: updates from the local meteorologists.


—The app defaults on opening to the map. I don’t want the map first. I want the forecast first. Always. There doesn’t appear to be any way to make the app open with the forecast. Every other app opens with the forecast, which is, of course, the whole reason you have a weather app.

—“Current Location” option on the app does not always update, so it will give you the wrong forecast.

—It’s often buggy trying to add cities/locations and won’t add them if you select what it thinks is the wrong location option for a city.

—Right now it will not add Houston, TX as a location. I have to choose one of the airports (the only 2 options it gives) and it will not let me generically select “Houston” when it has allowed that in the past. Same problem for other cities.

—It will only save about locations. If you go beyond that, it deletes previously saved cities. I travel and need many locations. Other apps let you have as many locations as you want.

As much as I really, really love the KSAT team, for the time being, I’ll probably have to use a different weather app as my go-to. 😢

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Isis Romero exits KSAT 12 after more than a decade

"The San Antonio Association of Hispanic Journalists is shocked and troubled by the termination of Isis Romero from her position as an anchor for KSAT-TV’s Nightbeat. 

Her departure comes just seven weeks after SAAHJ released its diversity audit of TV anchors that revealed a severe lack of Latino representation among anchors in San Antonio’s top four general market stations. 

The audit pointed out that only 21 percent of KSAT’s anchors were Latino. Overall, Latinos made up only a quarter of all anchors at the time the report was published in May, compared to a city where Latinos make up 65 percent of the population."

The statement continues:

“We are deeply concerned about the decision by KSAT not to renew Isis Romero’s contract. She has been part of our association family for years. The lack of representation of Latinos and Hispanic journalists in news in San Antonio is beyond disappointing. Her departure means one less Latina at the anchor desk,” says Laura Garcia, president of SAAHJ.

After the audit was published, KSAT leadership contacted SAAHJ to have a meeting to discuss their diversity efforts. SAAHJ appreciated the outreach, though it appears the meeting has not resulted in the improvement of on-air diversity.

Romero was born and raised in Robstown, a small town near Corpus Christi. She has been a fixture in the San Antonio television scene for more than a decade, serving as a Tejana role model for the community. 

We look forward to learning more about the circumstances of her exit."

Former San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro shared his thoughts on Romero's termination on social media.

"Absolutely terrible decision by @ksatnews. She’s the top-rated local anchor! The move appears retaliatory for @RomeroIsis leading an effort with @saahj to diversify local news. San Antonio is 64 % Latino/75% minority, but you wouldn’t know it by watching KSAT or other affiliates."

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KSAT 12 viewers undoubtedly have noticed a big shakeup on the evening news lineup.

Anchor Isis Romero will no longer be with the San Antonio station. 

"To my loyal viewers, you have always expected transparency and honesty from me, and over the years I have worked to deliver that to you as KSAT's 10pm anchor," she wrote on Facebook. "For this reason, I wanted to share with you that KSAT has decided not to renew my contract, and terminated my duties moving forward."

Her last day on the air was July

"As you can imagine, the past two weeks have been filled with tremendous sadness, and words cannot fully express my emotions.  I am heartbroken beyond measure."

Romero goes on to say she enjoyed anchoring San Antonio's No. 1 newscast for the past decade and was honored to work alongside her colleagues for all these years. 

"I especially took pride in representing my culture and community as the city's most tenured Latina news anchor currently on English-language TV," she said. "When I came to San Antonio in , I fell in love with the city — it is here where I built a home, a family, and a future.  I care so deeply about our viewers and our community — and though my role with KSAT has ended, my love for you, the people of San Antonio, has not stopped."

She continues by saying she is thankful to those who have supported her with their viewership these past 11 years, and for the incredible love and kindness they have shown her.  

"I will be forever grateful."

MySA has reached out to KSAT 12 for comment.

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