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KOMO ABC 4 News Seattle WA Live Stream Weather and Sports Channel Online Stream. ABC KOMO TV 4 local breaking News update Channel Seattle, Washington, Tacoma, United States Live Online Streaming. KOMO-TV is a virtual channel 4 (UHF digital channel 38). It is associated with ABC. The channel is certified to Seattle, Washington, United States. It is also working for Tacoma. KOMO ABC 4 News is under the authority of the Sinclair Telecast Group.

KOMO ABC 4 NewsIt is working as part of a duopoly with KIRO CBS 7 News Seattle (channel 51). It is certified to Bellevue and is associated with Univision. Both the channels have joint offices with fellow radio channels KOMO (1000 AM and 97.7 FM), KVI (570 AM), and KPLZ-FM (101.5 MHz) within KOMO Plaza (formerly Fisher Plaza) in the Lower Queen Anne section of Seattle. It is adjacent to the street from the Space Needle. KOMO-TV’s has its transmitting tower situated on the Queen Anne neighborhood of Seattle.

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KOMO ABC News is accessible to most cable subscribers in the Vancouver/Victoria, British Columbia area. It is working as the associate of ABC. It is among the five Seattle television channels that can be seen in Canada on the Bell TV and Shaw Direct satellite services. From channels debut till August 2013, KOMO ABC News was the leading outlet of Seattle-based Fisher Communications. On December 10, 1953, ABC 4 made its first appearance. At that time it was an associate of NBC. This was because of KOMO radio’s long-time relationship with the ABC Radio Network.

KOMO is ranked fourth among the oldest television channel in the Seattle, Tacoma area. In November 1948, crosstown competitor KING-TV was among the first to air “wide audience” television. ABC KOMO launched a television signal nearly before twenty years. On June 3, 1929, Francis J. Brott who was ABC radio engineer, broadcast images of a heart, a diamond, a question mark, letters, and numbers on the electrical lines to small sets with one-inch screens. This took place 23 years before KOMO-TV’s first systematic telecasts.

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