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KARE WX NBC11. KARE, digital channel 11, is an NBC-affiliated television station licensed to Minneapolis, Minnesota, and serving the Minneapolis-St. Paul area (commonly known as the Twin Cities) of Minnesota and portions of western Wisconsin. It also operates KARE WX NOW, formerly known as NBC Weather Plus on its second digital subchannel (11.2). KARE is owned by the Gannett Company, with studios located in Golden Valley, Minnesota. Channels Digital: 11 (VHF), Virtual: 11 (PSIP).
KARE-TV signed on the air as WTCN-TV (the “TCN” stood for “Twin Cities Newspapers”), though it was not the first TV station in the Twin Cities to carry those call letters. A locally-produced children's program, Lunch with Casey, is remembered as being one of the unique contributions of the station. The show, featuring Roger Awsumb as Casey Jones, ran from 1954 until the end of 1972, with a brief reappearance in 1974. Sidekicks on the show included Joe the Cook, played by Chris Wedes, and Roundhouse Rodney, played by Lynn Dwyer. Wedes went on to play the clown J.P. Patches in Seattle, Washington, credited as partial inspiration (along with Portland, Oregon's Rusty Nails) for Krusty the Clown on The Simpsons. The short-lived game show Let's Bowl (filmed in the Twin Cities) had some episodes air on the station in the late '90s before it was remade for Comedy Central. In January 2005, a local cable access program began airing. Called The Show to Be Named Later..., it is described as "The first (and only) sports talk, comedy, and variety show", somewhat of a cross between Late Night with Conan O'Brien and Fox Sports Net's The Best Sports Show Period. A weekly show for teenagers called The Whatever Show (or simply Whatever) and an outdoors program known as Minnesota Bound have both aired on the station for about a decade. Former Minnesota Twin Kent Hrbek also has hosted his own outdoors show "Kent Hrbek Outdoors" on the station since 2004. But in the fall of 2008, "Kent Hrbek Outdoors" was moved over to rival Fox affiliate KMSP. For decades, both Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune aired on rival station WCCO-TV. But, in 1999, Jeopardy! moved to KARE after WCCO aired the game show at 1:37am (originally 9:30 AM) for several years. However, Wheel still airs on WCCO, making the Twin Cities one of the few markets where Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune don't air on the same station. The station experimented with a 40-minute newscast at 10 p.m., before 35-minute nightly newscasts — now the standard — became common (being in the Central Time Zone, Minnesota stations generally broadcast news at 5, 6, and 10 p.m.). The 10:00 p.m. newscast features a "KARE 11 News Extra", an extended news story. A special sports show is put together periodically, and the station also broadcasts a group of morning shows each weekday. On April 27, 2006, KARE began to produce evening news broadcasts in HDTV. In addition to the main transmitters in Shoreview, KARE uses a network of broadcast translators to carry its analog signal to outlying parts of the state: K18DG 18 Alexandria,
KLKS-LP 14 Breezy Point,
K14KD 14 Frost,
K53AO 53 Olivia,
K21HX-D 21.2 Bemidji, K68BJ 68, Redwood Falls,
K52AB 52 St. James,
K67BZ 67 Walker,
K39FE-D 39 Willmar,
K62AI 62 Windom.
KARE, (along with WCCO-TV) is also carried on most cable systems in Manitoba and northwestern Ontario. The stations do not make any attempt to cater to this audience, other than their inclusion on regional weather maps.
Digital television: The station's digital channel, VHF 11, is multiplexed. NBC-HD programming is carried on digital subchannel 11.1 and WX Now is carried as 11.2. After the analog television shutdown and digital conversion was completed on June 12, 2009, KARE moved its digital broadcasts back to channel 11. KARE increased its power from 27.1kW to 45.3kW on May 11, 2010. The station says the upgrade should be particularly noticeable to people who live more than 50 miles from its Shoreview transmitter. In the analog era, KARE and most other VHF High stations (channels 7-13) used 316kW, the maximum then allowed. However, VHF High power levels in the Upper Midwest now vary widely from about 10kW to 75kW.
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