KVII ABC 7 News Amarillo TX Live Stream Weather and Sports Channel Online Stream. ABC KVII TV 7 local breaking News update Channel Amarillo, Texas, United States Live Online Streaming. KVII is a virtual and VHF digital channel 7. It is a dual ABC/CW+-associated television. KVLL ABC 7 is certified in Amarillo, United States. The television is under the authority of the Sinclair Telecast Group.
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ABC KVII News offices are situated at One Telecast Center between South Pierce and South Buchanan Streets. It is in downtown Amarillo southeast of the shared offices of NBC associate KAMR-TV. Its telecasting tower is situated on Reclamation Plant Road. It is east of U.S. 87/U.S. 287, just north of the Amarillo city limits. This is in unincorporated Potter County. On satellite, KVII ABC 7 is accessible on Sudden-link Communications channel 8. It comes in standard resolution and digital channel 708 in high resolution in Amarillo. KFDA CBS 10 News Amarillo.
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KVII ABC also runs a full-time satellite channel in Clovis, New Mexico. It is KVIH-TV virtual and VHF digital frequency 12. Its coverage expands to northeastern and east-central New Mexico. These are the areas that are not covered by the main KVII signal. KVII ABC News transmitting tower is situated along State Road 88. It is east of Portales. KVII news does not have an office in Clovis.
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On September 20, 1956, Southwest States Inc. issued an application with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). This was done in order to attain a license and construction permit to run a commercial television on VHF station 7. It is an association run by George Oliver, Robert Houck, Hoyt Houck, John McCarthy, Sam Feinberg, and real estate firm Estate Development. On February 5, 1957, Kenyon Brown issued and attached a license application for channel 7.
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He was the owner of the regional radio station KIXZ. On December 11, Brown pulls out his request for VHF frequency 7. He gave up the application to the Southwest States. This action was taken under an agreement in which that group would pay Brown $10,000 for out-of-pocket expenses if, by August 7, 1957, the application was allotted.