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WKOW ABC 27 News Madison WI


WKOW ABC 27 News Madison WI News Live Stream Weather and Sports Channel Online Stream. ABC WKOW TV 27 Weather Channel Madison, Wisconsin, United States Live Online Streaming. WKOW 27 is associated with ABC. It is certified to Madison, United States. The station telecasts a high-resolution digital signal on UHF channel 26 or virtual channel 27 via PSIP. This is done from a transmitting tower in the city’s Middleton Junction section. ABC WKOW News is under the authority of Quincy Media. The WKOW call sign was an acknowledgment to Wisconsin’s dairy industry.

WKOW ABC 27 NewsIt is the hub for Quincy’s six-channel network of ABC associates throughout western and northern Wisconsin. On satellite, the channel is accessible on Charter Spectrum channel 7. WKOW ABC News was debuted on June 30, 1953, as Madison’s first television. The channel was initially aligned with CBS. It was under the authority of the Monona Telecasting Company. The company was under the hold of a group of regional area businessmen. They also held the charge of WHAS ABC 11 News Louisville.

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It featured a smiling bovine (or cow) alongside the emphasized “K-O-W” of the call sign. Television shared offices on Tokay Boulevard on Madison’s west side beginning in 1953. WKOW-TV stayed with CBS till 1956. Then CBS shifted to the new WISC-TV. ABC WKOW 27 afterward joined ABC. It had been with WMTV on a secondary basis. While radio remained with CBS Radio. From January to August 1958, It was part of the short-lived, Wisconsin-oriented Badger Television Network. It worked alongside Milwaukee’s WISN-TV and Green Bay’s WFRV-TV.

In 1960, Monona Telecasting auctioned the channel to Midcontinent Telecasting. Midcontinent Telecasting sold both WKOW and WAOW in Wausau. They were sold to Horizon Communications in September 1970. In 1974, Terry Shockley became director of WKOW. He also took charge of its fellow related channels that were part of the Wisconsin Television Network. This included Wausau and WXOW in La Crosse.

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