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Juneau / Sitka, Alaska
United States
SloganNBC for Southeast Alaska
ChannelsAnalog: KSCT-LP 5 (VHF) Sitka
Digital: KATH-LD 35 (UHF) Juneau
Virtual: 5.1 (PSIP)
OwnerDenali Media Holdings
(Denali Media Southeast, Corp.)
FoundedAugust 17, 1998
Call letters' meaningKATH: Owner's wife's name is Kathy
KSCTK Sitka CommunityTelevision
Sister station(s)KXLJ-LDKTVA
Former affiliationsUPN (secondary)
KATH-LD, is a low-power NBC affiliate serving Juneau, Alaska. The station is broadcast over the air in high definition on digitalchannel 5.1 (UHF frequency 35). It is owned by Denali Media Holdings, a subsidiary of Alaska's telecommunications company,GCI.[1] KSCT-LP is a low-power translator of KATH in Sitka, broadcasting over-the-air and on cable in Sitka on channel 5.
On November 9, 2012, GCI, through subsidiary Denali Media Holdings, announced plans to purchase KATH and KSCT from Dan Etulain's North Star Television Network, along with KTVA in Anchorage from MediaNews Group.[1] The Federal Communications Commission approved the deal on October 29, 2013.[2]
KATH is carried on GCI cable in Juneau on channel 15, on Dish Network throughout Southeast Alaska on channel 5/9380, and onDirecTV throughout Southeast Alaska on channel 5. KATH's high definition feed is also available on GCI's "Basic Cable" service on channel 652 in Juneau, Sitka, Ketchikan, Petersburg and Wrangell. KATH's standard definition signal is also on GCI cable in Petersburg, Wrangell and Angoon.
Daily Alaska news is provided through a partnership with Anchorage's NBC affiliate KTUU-TV; this partnership was suspended on December 7, 2013 as a result of a larger dispute between GCI and KTUU,[3] but a deal to resume it was reached on February 6, 2014.[4]
KSCT does not broadcast digital over-the-air TV signals at this time. KATH ended analog over-the-air broadcasts in November 2011

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