KTLA Tower, Television Network, Los Angeles, California

ktla, television network, los angeles
ktla tower, television network, los angeles
ktla tower, television network, los angeles
ktla tower, television network, los angeles


KTLA Tower, Television Network, L.A


KTLA or Channel 5 is a television network in Los Angeles, California. KTLA is an affiliate of the CW Television Network and is owned by the Tribune Company. KTLA's studios are located on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, and its transmitter is situated on top of Mount Wilson.

KTLA is also available as a regional super station via cable and satellite in the U.S. and Canada and its signal covers the Southern California region. Started in 1947, KTLA was the first commercially licensed television station in western U.S. Currently, KTLA is a usual CW affiliate airing the usual mixture of syndicated shows, first-run prime time programming from the CW, as well as early morning and evening newscasts, and sports coverage.

The Los Angeles Clippers has its “over-the-air” home in KTLA. From 1986 to 1991, the station aired Clippers games. It resumed airing their games again in 2002. From 1993 to 2001, KTLA also became

the TV home of the Los Angeles Dodgers. KTLA airs about 30 hours per week of local news, and for decades its 10 p.m. newscast was the most- is the number two-rated watched until 2000 when KTTV consistently started taking the top. The KTLA Morning Show local morning show ranks number 2 next to Good Day L.A.

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