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Chapters: Kmax-Tv, Kmmk-Lp, Krjr-Lp. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 18. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: KMAX-TV - KMAX originally went on the air as KMUV-TV on October 5, 1974, and was owned by legendary television producer, N Chapters: Kmax-Tv, Kmmk-Lp, Krjr-Lp. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 18. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: KMAX-TV - KMAX originally went on the air as KMUV-TV on October 5, 1974, and was owned by legendary television producer, Norman Lear. It was programmed as an all-movie channel, to counter-program against the other established area stations, particularly then-independent (and current Fox station) KTXL. However on May 1, 1976, KMUV abandoned the all-movie format and largely began to air Spanish-language programming; it did air some English-language religious programming, including The PTL Club, during this time. On April 2, 1981, Koplar Broadcasting (which owned and founded current St. Louis CW station KPLR-TV) purchased the station and on April 6 relaunched it as an English-language independent station, KRBK-TV, to compete directly with KTXL. During this time, the station had the slogan We Deliver!!. KMAX's first "UPN 31" logo, used from 1998 until 2002.Pappas Telecasting bought KRBK in 1994, and on January 11, 1995, changed its call letters to KPWB-TV to reflect its affiliation with the then-new WB network, which launched that same day. Paramount Stations Group bought the station in January 1998, and on January 5 it swapped affiliations with KQCA and became UPN affiliate KMAX-TV. PSG's parent company, Viacom, later bought CBS, and merged Paramount Stations Group with the CBS owned-and-operated stations to form Viacom Television Stations Group (now CBS Television Stations). Channel 31 was the flagship television home of the NBA's Sacramento Kings from the 1988-89 season until the middle of the 2002-03 season, when the team's owners, the Maloof family, terminated the station's contract due to the station selling ads featuring the team, without the Kings' permission. KMAX remai...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=1842129


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Chapters: Kmax-Tv, Kmmk-Lp, Krjr-Lp. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 18. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: KMAX-TV - KMAX originally went on the air as KMUV-TV on October 5, 1974, and was owned by legendary television producer, N Chapters: Kmax-Tv, Kmmk-Lp, Krjr-Lp. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 18. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: KMAX-TV - KMAX originally went on the air as KMUV-TV on October 5, 1974, and was owned by legendary television producer, Norman Lear. It was programmed as an all-movie channel, to counter-program against the other established area stations, particularly then-independent (and current Fox station) KTXL. However on May 1, 1976, KMUV abandoned the all-movie format and largely began to air Spanish-language programming; it did air some English-language religious programming, including The PTL Club, during this time. On April 2, 1981, Koplar Broadcasting (which owned and founded current St. Louis CW station KPLR-TV) purchased the station and on April 6 relaunched it as an English-language independent station, KRBK-TV, to compete directly with KTXL. During this time, the station had the slogan We Deliver!!. KMAX's first "UPN 31" logo, used from 1998 until 2002.Pappas Telecasting bought KRBK in 1994, and on January 11, 1995, changed its call letters to KPWB-TV to reflect its affiliation with the then-new WB network, which launched that same day. Paramount Stations Group bought the station in January 1998, and on January 5 it swapped affiliations with KQCA and became UPN affiliate KMAX-TV. PSG's parent company, Viacom, later bought CBS, and merged Paramount Stations Group with the CBS owned-and-operated stations to form Viacom Television Stations Group (now CBS Television Stations). Channel 31 was the flagship television home of the NBA's Sacramento Kings from the 1988-89 season until the middle of the 2002-03 season, when the team's owners, the Maloof family, terminated the station's contract due to the station selling ads featuring the team, without the Kings' permission. KMAX remai...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=1842129

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