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WHO NBC 13 News Des Moines Iowa


(Watch Local breaking WHO NBC 13 News Des Moines Io Live Stream Weather and Sports Channel Online Stream) WHO TV 13 Weather Channel Des Moines, Iowa, United States Live Online Streaming. WHO is branded as NBC 13. It is an NBC-associated television. The WHO NBC is certified to Des Moines, United States. It telecasts a high-resolution digital signal on virtual and VHF channel 13. It is done from its transmitting tower situated in Alleman, Iowa. WHO-DT is under the authority of by the Tribune Telecasting subsidiary of the Tribune Media Company.

WHO NBC 13 NewsWHO NBC has office facilities on Grand Avenue in downtown Des Moines. On satellite, the station is accessible on Mediacom channel 13. It is in standard resolution and on digital channel 813 in high resolution. WHO-DT was formerly repeated on analog translators KDSM FOX 17 News Des Moines Iowa in Ottumwa and WHO NBC 13 in Clarinda. The Ottumwa interpreter was run by a regional non-profit organization. The Clarinda decoder was under the authority of by the City of Clarinda.

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WHO NBC News logged on the air on April 15, 1954, as the third television in Des Moines. It was next to WOI-TV (channel 5) and KGTV. It was logged on by the Tri-City Telecasting Company. That company was under the authority of by the Palmer family. They were also the owners of WHO radio (AM 1040 and FM 100.3, now KDRB).

On January 4, 2007, The New York Times came into a contract to sell its complete television division. This included WHO as well. It was sold to private equity group Oak Hill Capital Partners. Oak Hill shaped Confined TV WHO LLC as a holding company for the previous New York station. The sale closed on May 7, 2007. On September 8, 2014, the channel inaugurated a 4 p.m. news bulletin with Ellen’s move to WHO KCCI. The WHO NBC News decided not to fill the time belts with combined production. The reason was that all the ad profit in the hour goes to the channel. Particularly during popular political promotion times.

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