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KSN Is Back On The Air

<IMG style="WIDTH: 117px; HEIGHT: 55px" alt=" " align=left src="images/Multi_Media/fourstateshomepage/nxd_media/img/gif/2009_06/8ec0899f-e353-c774-5934-042ae4c4e6c6/raw.gif" width=117 height=55 mce_src="/images/Multi_Media/fourstateshomepage/nxd_media/img/gif/2009_06/8ec0899f-e353-c774-5934-042ae4c4e6c6/raw.gif">KSN is back on the air with local news and NBC programming. Since the KSN tower collapse on May 8th, 2009 due to high winds,&nbsp;we have been working hard every day to get back on the air.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<STRONG>&nbsp; </STRONG><BR>
 KSN is back on the air with local news and NBC programming. Since the KSN tower collapse on May 8th, 2009 due to high winds, we have been working hard every day to get back on the air.    

For those of you using a converter box, you will need to rescan so you can pick up our signal on 12.2.  If you are a Cable or Dish Network subscriber, you will be able to receive our signal on 16.1, the same way you did before our tower fell.

Our new set for KSN Your Hometown News is ready to go.  We are very excited to be back on the air, and serving our viewers with your Hometown News, Weather & Sports.  If you have any questions you can call us at 417-623-7260 or 417-781-2345.

Thank you for your patience while we have been in the rebuilding process.


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