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In early 1978, to cash in on ABC's improved ratings, KMSP re-branded itself "ABC9" (approximately 20 years before the use of a network's name in a station's on-air branding became commonplace among U. The signing of channel 5 made nationwide news, as it had been an NBC affiliate for three decades.KSTP-TV looked forward to affiliating with the top network, as third-place NBC had been in a long ratings slump.The station grew out of an AM station, KEYD (1440 AM, now KYCR), with which it was co-owned until mid-1956.When the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) opened up bidding for the channel 9 construction permit, WLOL and WDGY (now KTLK) also expressed interest.m WARNING ABOUT THESE DANGEROUS DRUG USERS., SHOPLIFTERS., THEIVES., STANKY., FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS WILL YA PLEASE HELP ME?I KNOW BECAUSE IM A HANDICAPPED ., SENIOR ., RETIRED VIETNAM VET NOBODY WILL HELP ME.
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It was far more successful than the station ever had been as an ABC affiliate.
It became a regional superstation, available on nearly every cable system in Minnesota as well as large portions of North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and Wisconsin.
KMSP-TV, virtual and VHF digital channel 9, is a Fox owned-and-operated television station licensed to Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States.
KMSP-TV is owned by the Fox Television Stations division of 21st Century Fox, and operates as part of a television duopoly with WFTC (channel 29), the Minneapolis–Saint Paul area's My Network TV owned-and-operated station.
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