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Mid-late 1980sEdit

KML-92 microwave operates within the band of frequencies 6875-6900 megahertz, and radiates a power of one watt as licensed by the Federal Communications Commission. KML-92 is the studio-to-transmitter link for KHSL-TV, channel 12 Chico, California.

From the beauty of the Great North Valley to the majesty of Mount Shasta, this is KHSL-TV channel 12, serving Northern California since 1952. KHSL Television is owned and operated by the Golden Empire Broadcasting Company, which also owns and operated KHSL radio 1290. Together, KHSL-TV and KHSL radio form the McClung
KHSL channel 12 Chico sign-off from 1986

KHSL channel 12 Chico sign-off from 1986

KHSL-TV sign off from 1986

Broadcast Center, the largest and most complete broadcast facility in Northern California. We've built the McClung Broadcast Center with you in mind. KHSL is committed to providing you with the finest news, entertainment, and community service programming possible. And now, KHSL concludes its broadcast day. KHSL-TV operates with an effective radiated power of 316,000 watts visual and 31,700 watts aural, by authority of the Federal Communications Commission. So wherever you are, look to channel 12. We're the Golden Empire Broadcasting Company, investing in the future of the Great North State. Join us again tomorrow for the finest in television programming, and from the staff and management of KHSL, have a pleasant good night.

Early 1990sEdit

KML-92 microwave operates within the band of frequencies 6875-6900 megahertz, and radiates a power of one watt as licensed by the Federal Communications Commission. KML-92 is the studio-to-transmitter link for KHSL-TV, channel 12 Chico, California.

From the beauty of the Great North Valley to the majesty of Mount Shasta, this is KHSL-TV channel 12, serving Northern California since 1952. KHSL Television is owned and operated by the Golden Empire Broadcasting Company, which also owns and operated KHSL radio 1290. Together, KHSL-TV channel 12 and KHSL radio form the McClung Broadcast Center, the largest and most complete broadcast facility in Northern California. KHSL is committed to providing you with the finest news, entertainment, and community service programming possible. And
KHSL-TV Sign-Off 1991

KHSL-TV Sign-Off 1991

now, KHSL channel concludes its broadcast day. KHSL-TV operates with an effective radiated power of 316,000 watts visual and 38,000 watts aural, by authority of the Federal Communications Commission. So wherever you are, look to channel 12. We're the Golden Empire Broadcasting Company, investing in the future of the Great North State. Join us again tomorrow for the finest in television programming, and from the staff and management of KHSL, have a pleasant good night.

2003-04Edit

Good evening, and thank you for watching KHSL-TV, channel 12 Chico/Redding. KHSL's studios are located at 3460 Silverbell Road in Chico, and 900 Dana Drive Suite B6 in Redding. KHSL-TV has been serving Northern California since 1953. KHSL-TV sends a signal from its studios in Chico to a transmitter in Cohasset by microwave KML-92, with a power output of one watt. Channel 12's signal is broadcast throughout the North State, with an effective
KHSL-TV signoff circa 2004

KHSL-TV signoff circa 2004

radiated power of 316,000 watts visual and 38,000 watts aural, as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, DC. KHSL-TV also broadcasts on digital channel 43. Channel 12 is owned and operated by Catamount Broadcasting of Chico/Redding Incorporated, a Catamount Broadcast Group station. KHSL-TV channel 12, the North State's News Source, now concludes its broadcast day.