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KNTV NBC 11 News San Francisco CA Live Stream Weather and Sports Channel Online Stream. NBC KNTV TV 11 local breaking News update Channel San Francisco Bay Area, California, United States Live Online Streaming. KNTV is a virtual channel 11. Its trademark logo is NBC Bay Area. It is associated with NBC. The channel is certified to Jose. It is working for the Bay Area. The channel is under the authority of the NBC Owned Television Channels subsidiary of NBC Universal.

KNTV NBC 11 NewsIt is working as part of a duopoly with KPIX CBS 5 News San Francisco. It is certified to San Jose. Both the channels have joint offices on North 1st Street in San Jose. KNTV transmitting tower is situated on Bruno Mountain. KNTV is accessible on Comcast Xfinity satellite systems in the Bay Area on channel 3. On September 12, 1955, KNTV NBC 11 News made its transmission on television. In the beginning, it ran as a private television.

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KNTV provided coverage to the entire north-central California coast from Monterey to San Francisco. KNTV News was the first television channel in Jose. Initially, it was run by Standard Radio and Television Corporation. This was under the authority of Allen T. Gilliland. KNTV offices were next to to the Gilliland-owned Sunlite Baking Company on Park Avenue in downtown Jose. Whereas its antenna is basically situated on Loma Prieta. It is some 60 miles (97 km) south of the city.

Most often, NBC KNTV News usually aired shows from CBS, DuMont, and NBC. They were respectively canceled by San Francisco’s KPIX (5) and KRON-TV (frequency 4). Few of the shows of ABC were also on aired on KNTV (frequency 7). Despite the Bay Area’s size, NBC KNTV was not available as a private outlet. To continue the transmission was becoming even more difficult. It was when in 1958, Oakland-based KNTV (channel 2) made its way to television. It was soon obvious that the Bay Area was not big enough to support two private channels at the time.

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