Hubbard Broadcasting Stations

KSTP-TV, Channel 5, is an ABC affiliate serving the Twin Cities area, central Minnesota and western Wisconsin, the 15th largest market in the U.S.

KSTC-TV, Channel 45, is the only fully independent television station in Mpls./St. Paul, MN, the 13th largest market in the U.S. It is also the first duopoly TV station in the market.

KS95 (94.5, KSTP-FM) is a Hot AC radio station in the St. Paul/Minneapolis, MN market. KS95 is Today’s Variety . . . From 2k to Today!

SKOR North. Minnesota Sports. Anytime. Anywhere.

myTalk 107.1 (KTMY-FM) is a talk station in the Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN market. It's Everything Entertainment!

A new network for movie fans.

WDIO-TV, Channel 10, is an ABC affiliate serving Duluth, Minnesota, the 134th largest market in the U.S. Satellite station WIRT, Channel 13, serves the Iron Range of northern Minnesota.

KAAL-TV, Channel 6, is an ABC affiliate serving Rochester/Austin, MN and Mason City, IA, the 153rd largest market in the U.S.

WHEC-TV, Channel 10, is an NBC affiliate serving Rochester, New York, the 75th largest market in the U.S.

WNYT-TV, Channel 13, is an NBC affiliate serving Albany, Schenectady and Troy, New York, the 52nd largest market in the U.S.

KOB-TV, Channel 4, is an NBC affiliate serving Albuquerque, New Mexico, the 48th largest market in the U.S. Satellite stations KOBR and KOBF serve Roswell, N.M., and Farmington, N.M., respectively.

Hubbard Radio owns and operates 30 radio stations in Chicago, Washington DC, Seattle, Phoenix, Minneapolis-St. Paul, St. Louis and Cincinnati. Hubbard Radio is part of Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc., an American television and radio broadcasting corporation based in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota that was started in 1923 by Stanley E. Hubbard.

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