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The nearby Gallivan Center is also featured in some KUTV programs.
Under CBS ownership, KUTV was one of five CBS-O&O stations that did not follow the "CBS Mandate" (the branding practice in which its owned-and-operated stations incorporate the network name), given the fact it was branded as "2News" as opposed to "CBS2" (which was used on now former sister stations WCBS-TV in New York City, WBBM-TV in Chicago and KCBS-TV in Los Angeles).
timeslot for five more months, before it moved to KUWB (channel 30, now KUCW).
In 2003, the station moved from its longtime studio facilities in West Valley City to a street-side studio at 299 Main Street in downtown Salt Lake's Wells Fargo Center.
The Federal Communications Commission approved the sale in mid-November 2007, and the deal was finalized on January 10, 2008.
On November 26, 2007, KUTV began hubbing master control operations for its then-sister station, CW affiliate WLWC in Providence, which was also sold as part of the Four Points deal.
However, the Four Points station websites remained operated by Nexstar's interactive unit until early February 2012 when they were migrated Sinclair's in-house digital interactive platform (Nexstar would subsequently purchase KTVX and KUCW from Newport Television in August 2012). While KJZZ-TV and KMYU (despite the fact that the latter's city of license, St.
On May 8, 2017, Sinclair entered into an agreement to acquire Tribune Media—owner of Fox affiliate KSTU—for .9 billion, plus the assumption of .7 billion in debt held by Tribune, pending regulatory approval by the FCC and the U. George, is technically a sub-market within the statewide Salt Lake City market) are not in conflict with existing FCC in-market ownership rules and would be acquired by Sinclair in any event, the group is precluded from acquiring KSTU directly as broadcasters are not currently allowed to legally own more than two full-power television stations in a single market and both KUTV and KSTU rank among the four highest-rated stations in the Salt Lake City market in total day viewership (Sinclair CEO Christopher Ripley cited Salt Lake City as one of three markets, out of fourteen where ownership conflicts exist between the two groups, where the proposed acquisition would most likely result in divestitures).
On September 8, 2011, Cerberus Capital Management announced the sale of the entire Four Points station group to the Sinclair Broadcast Group for 0 million.
The five other stations that did not incorporate network branding during KUTV's tenure as a CBS O&O—four of which continue not to do so this day—are WCCO-TV in Minneapolis–St.
Paul (branded as WCCO 4), KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh (branded as simply KDKA-TV or KDKA-TV 2, although there is an alternate but seldom used "CBS 2" logo), WJZ-TV in Baltimore (branded as WJZ 13), WBZ-TV in Boston (branded as simply WBZ) and WWJ-TV in Detroit (branded simply as WWJTV until 2012, when it rebranded as "CBS 62").
In 1979, the station relocated its studio facilities to a new building located at 2185 South 3600 West in West Valley City.
In 1994, NBC bought majority control (88%) of KUTV from VS&A Communications Partners (by this point, the Hatch's stake had been reduced to 12%), making it the second network owned-and-operated station in Utah (Fox had earlier purchased KSTU, channel 13, in 1990, and retained ownership of that station until 2008).