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1983 (as KTHI-TV)Edit

KTHI Sign-Off (October 14, 1983)

KTHI Sign-Off (October 14, 1983)

KTHI-TV now comes to the end of another telecast day. We sincerely hope you've enjoyed the shows that have been brought your way and invite your comments. KTHI-TV is owned and operated by Spokane Television, Inc. Offices and studios are located at 1350 21st Avenue South in Fargo and 314 9th Avenue North in Grand Forks. KTHI-TV operates on channel 11 from North America's tallest tower, with a visual power of 304,000 watts and 45,700 watts aural effective radiated power, as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission, Washington, DC. The entire staff and management of KTHI wish you a pleasant good evening. Ladies and gentlemen, our national anthem.

2006-08 (voiced by Charley Johnson)Edit

KVLY Sign-Off (2006)

KVLY Sign-Off (2006)

KVLY-TV now comes to the end of our broadcast week. We hope you've enjoyed the programming that we've brought your way, and we invite your comments. KVLY-TV operates on channel 11 from the world's tallest tower, with a visual power of 304,000 watts, and 45,700 watts of aural effective radiated power, as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission, Washington DC. KVLY-TV is owned and operated by North Dakota Television, LLC. Offices and studios are located at 1350 21st Avenue South, Fargo, and 600 DeMers Avenue, Suite 402, Grand Forks. KVLY transmitter is located at Blanchard, North Dakota. The entire staff and management of KVLY 11, the Valley's Choice for Local News, thanks you for joining us. Now, our national anthem.

2009 (Pre-analog shutdown, voiced by Charley Johnson)Edit

KVLY Sign-Off (2009, Pre-Analog Shutdown)

KVLY Sign-Off (2009, Pre-Analog Shutdown)

KVLY-TV now comes to the end of the broadcast week. We hope you've enjoyed the programming we've brought your way, and we invite your comments. KVLY-TV operates on channel 11 from the world's tallest tower, with a visual power of 304,000 watts, and 45,700 watts of aural effective radiated power, as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission, Washington DC. KVLY-TV is owned and operated by Hoak Media of Dakota, LLC. Offices and studios are located at 1350 21st Avenue South, Fargo, and 600 DeMers Avenue, Suite 402, Grand Forks. Our KVLY transmitter is located at Blanchard, North Dakota. The entire staff and management of KVLY 11 thanks you for joining us. Now, our national anthem.

2009-present (Post-analog shutdown, voiced by Charley Johnson) Edit

KVLY-TV now comes to the end of our broadcast week. We hope you've enjoyed the programming we've brought your way, and we invite your comments. KVLY-TV operates on channel 44 from North America's tallest tower, transmitting an effective radiated power of 356,000 watts, as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission, Washington DC. KVLY-TV is owned and operated by Hoak Media of Dakota, LLC. Offices and studios are located at 1350 21st Avenue South, Fargo, and 600 DeMers Avenue, Suite 402, Grand Forks. The KVLY transmitter is located at Blanchard, North Dakota. The entire staff and management of KVLY-TV thanks you for joining us. Now, our national anthem.



NotesEdit

  • The KVLY-TV mast is currently the tallest structure in North America, standing at 2,063 feet (628.8 meters)
  • KVLY-TV currently signs off Monday mornings at 1:35 AM Central Time, and signs back on at 4:00 AM.
  • KVLY-TV's callsign represents their slogan, "The Valley's Choice for Local News"