Early Television
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Early Television Stations

KTTV-TV Los Angeles

Jim Diaz's 2014 Convention Presentation
Jim Diaz's TK-31 Restoration
Los Angeles advertising rate cards - 1950

The Time-Mirror Company, publishers of the Los Angeles Times, was issed a construction permit for KTTV-TV in December, 1946. The station's first telecast was the 1949 Tournament of Roses Parade, which channel 11 would air every New Year's Day until 1995.

In 1950 it became a DuMont network affiliate. In 1954, DuMont moved its programming to KHJ-TV, channel 9, and KTTV became an independent station. In 1986 the station was acquired by News Corporation, and became a Fox affliate.

Early Television

The studios in the late 40s or early 50s