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We are now proudly sponsored by and partnered with KSTP Channel 5.

This is a great honor for our company and we wish to continue this relationship for the long haul.

KSTP Channel 5: http://www.kstp.com/index.html

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KSTP Channel 5 features:

  • Twin Cities News
  • Weather
  • Sports
  • Health
  • Politics News

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KSTP-TV, channel 5, is the ABC affiliate for the Twin Cities. Its transmitter is located at the Shoreview Telefarm. It is the flagshipstation of Hubbard Broadcasting, which also owns several other broadcasting properties across the United States.

KSTP is licensed to St. Paul (as referenced by its call letters), but its studios lie right on the boundary line between St. Paul andMinneapolis. The facility is shared with sister stations KSTP radio (1500 AM), KSTP-FM (94.5 MHz.), KTMY (107.1 FM), and KSTC-TV(channel 45).

KSTP’s broadcasts became digital-only on June 12, 2009

A notable local program produced each week is At Issue, a political discussion show hosted by Tom Hauser, with former state governor Wendell Anderson as a regular guest.

From 1982 to 1994, when nationally-syndicated talk shows started ruling the daytime airwaves, KSTP ran a talk program of its own known as Good Company, hosted by married couple Sharon Anderson and Steve Edelman. They appeared briefly in the movie Fargo as show hosts, and continue to be recognized as area celebrities from time to time. Currently, Edelman runs Edelman Productions, a company that produces TV shows for Food Network, HGTV, The History Channel and DIY, with his wife Anderson hosting a few of them. Edelman Productions is headquartered in California where both Edelman and Anderson now live, but they have offices both in California and Minnesota where they produce their shows.

In 2007, Channel 5 decided to bring back an hour-long afternoon talk program similar to Good Company. A public casting call at the Mall of America attracted a Burnsville,Minnesota native, John Hanson, who was selected from over 500 people. A few months later, a Milwaukee TV news anchor, Rebekah Wood, was hired as his partner. The new program is called Twin Cities Live, “a show about Minnesotans created by Minnesotans,” and began airing on April 21, 2008 at 3:00 p.m.[5] The title Twin Cities Live was first used from 1985-1991 for a short-lived morning talk show. That show debuted at a time that KSTP was trying to reinvent its news image.

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