(Watch Local breaking NBC KOB 4 News Albuquerque NM New Mexico Live Stream Weather and Eyewitness News 4 Sports Channel Online Streaming) NBC KOB 4 began functioning on November 29, 1948. Tom Pepperday, was the owner of KOB radio (770 AM). It is the oldest television station in New Mexico. Not only this but also the third-oldest television between the Mississippi River and the West Coast. Originally, channel 4 operated projects from all four networks which were NBC, ABC, CBS, and DuMont. Nonetheless, NBC associate has always been prime-like its radio comrade’s prolonged affiliation with NBC radio. Thereafter, in May 1952, the KOB headquarters were obtained by magazine publisher Time-Life. Previous Federal Communication Commission (FCC) chairman Wayne Coy was also one of its owners as well. It was Time-Life’s first television resource. Within a week in 1953, two new TV stations signed on.
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NBC KOB 4 bulletins distinguish themselves as Eyewitness News 4. Usually, KOB Channel publishes 5½ hours of regional news every weekday, three hours every Saturday, and one hour each Sunday. Through-out the school year, KOB telecasted a weekly 15-minute sportscast. It was on aired with the name “New Mexico Game-day” and was devoted to high school sports. On September 26, 2010, KOB started creating and telecasting its bulletins is 16:9 Widescreen Standard Definition. It launched and its latest broadcast illustrations and a new station logo.KOB composed an hour-long nocturnal bulletin for Albuquerque’s KASA. It started from September 2000 through September 14, 2006, and was labeled as “Fox 2 News at nine”.
NBC KOB News Channel installed its “Doppler Weather Radar” which was during time kept safe for regional segments. In September 2006, NBC KOB-TV started telecasting “NBC Weather plus” on digital secondary channel 4.2. In December 2008, Weather-Plus was exchanged with KOB’s own regional schedule weather station. KOB, Virtual Channel 4 is NBC associate television station authorized to Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States. The station has headquarters situated on Broadcast Plaza just west of downtown which is owned by Hubbard Broadcasting.