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WOAI NBC 4 News San Antonio TX Live Stream Weather and Sports Channel Online Stream. NBC WOAI TV 4 local breaking News update Channel San Antonio, Texas, United States Live Online Streaming. WOAI-TV is a virtual channel 4. It is associated with NBC. The channel is certified to San Antonio, United States. WOAI NBC 4 is under the authority of the Sinclair Telecast Group. It is working as part of a duopoly with KABB which is an associate of Fox.

WOAI NBC 4Sinclair also runs KENS CBS 5 News San Antonio Kerrville-certified CW associate through joint sales and shared services agreements with owner Deerfield Media. All the three channels have joint office facilities on Babcock Road and Sovereign Drive in northwest San Antonio. WOAI NBC 4 News transmitting tower is situated off of Route 181 in northwest Wilson County. On satellite, WOAI NBC News is accessible on Charter Spectrum frequency 3.

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On December 11, 1949, WOAI NBC News went on the air as WOAI-TV. It was the first channel in the San Antonio business which was under the authority of Southland Industries. WOAI-TV and WOAI radio are among the few telecast channels situated west of the Mississippi River. They have a call sign starting with “W.” During the first few days of transmission, most Central Time Zone states were in the “W” territory. In 1923, the in-between line was altered to the Mississippi River. It was because WOAI Radio News was already running its transmission.

From the time of its inception, WOAI-TV NBC had been managed with NBC. WOAI radio channel had been owned with NBC Red Network. But in the beginning, it also ran production from the three other major networks of that time. Those were CBS, ABC, and DuMont. NBC WOAI terminated its association with the CBS and DuMont because of KENS. This happened when that channel went on the air in February 1950. Both the outlets merged together to share ABC production. This kept on going till January 1957.

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