KCRA NBC 3 News Sacramento CA Live Stream Weather and Sports Channel Online Stream. NBC KCRA TV 3 local breaking News update Channel Sacramento, California, United States Live Online Streaming. KCRA is a virtual channel 3. It is associated with NBC. The channel is certified to Sacramento, United States. KCRA NBC News is under the authority of the Hearst Television subsidiary of Hearst Communications. It is working as part of a duopoly with KQCA (frequency 58).
Both the channels have joint offices on Television Circle in downtown Sacramento. Its transmitting tower facilities in Walnut Grove. On September 3, 1955, KCRA NBC News started its transmission. The channel was founded by the Central Valley Telecasting Company. It was a partnership of the Kelly and Hansen families of Sacramento. The channel’s original offices were situated at 310 10th Street in Sacramento. NBC KCRA took over the NBC association from KCCC-TV. It was under the authority of KTXL FOX 40 News Sacramento which was an associate of Fox.
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In September 1953, when the channel made its debut on the air, it became the Sacramento business’s first television channel. It also had an association with ABC, CBS, and DuMont. It remained associated with the network until other channels were launched in the business. Nevertheless, the channel in return also received the association. It was a result of KCRA News ten years long association with the NBC Red Network. KCRA NBC stood on the third rank of Sacramento’s VHF channels which was launched within a year right after KXTV and KOVR.
In 1959, William Herbert Harman commanded to start the construction of a new 1,549-foot transmission tower near Walnut Grove. He was the then chief engineer at that time. The new tower was to be constructed in order to transmit the signals of KCRA, KXTV, and KOVR. In 1961, the construction was completed. In 1960, co-founder of NBC KCRA, Ewing C. Kelly died. After his death, his son, Bob Kelly became president of KCRA, Inc., He was the manager at KCRA station, commercial manager and film buyer at that time.