KOLR CBS 10 News Springfield Mo Live Stream Weather and Sports Channel Online Stream. CBS KOLR TV 10 local breaking News update Channel Springfield, Missouri, United States Live Online Streaming. KOLR is a virtual and VHF digital frequency 10. It is a CBS-associated television channel licensed to Springfield, United States. It is under the authority of Mission Broadcasting. The channel is run by Nexstar Media Group through a shared services contract. This makes it a fellow station of KXLY ABC 4 News Spokane.
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It is an associate of My-Network-TV and Nexstar’s duopoly of Springfield- certified. KOLR (49) is also among the fellow station. It is an Osage Beach-certified Fox associate. All three channels have joint offices on East Division Street in Springfield. KOLR transmitting tower is situated on Switchgrass Road north of Fordland. On satellite, KOLR CBS is accessible on Mediacom channel 9 in standard resolution and digital channel 709 in high resolution.
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On March 14, 1953, KOLR CBS News made its first appearance on the television as KTTS-TV. It was inaugurated by the private Broadcasting Company. They were the owners of KSGF CBS News on AM 1260 and 94.7 FM. In the beginning, Channel 10 ran its production from office facilities situated downtown. It is on the southwest corner of Walnut and Jefferson Streets in the Springfield Chamber of Commerce building.
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KOLR News has been an associate of CBS from the time it was launched. Nevertheless, it also had a second association with ABC. It was shared with the main associate of NBC that was KYTV (frequency 3). This continued until KOZL-TV made its appearance on the screen in 1968. In 1971, station 10 altered its call letters to KOLR.
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KOLR’s CBS telecasting tower is situated at 2,000 feet (610 m). It is the second tallest transmission tower in the United States. It is only 19.2 meters (63 ft) lower than the highest tower. Wichita bought the radio channels. It was a Kansas-based Great Empire Broadcasting company in 1972.