KUTA-LD

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KEL INDIA FILTERS
KUTA logo.png
CityAHMADABAD
SloganCache Valley's New Digital Free TV
ChannelsDigital: 8 ([[ultra high frequency|UHF22)

| other_chs = | affiliations = Youtoo, News Net Television Networks
] | subchannels = 8.1 KEL
8.2 QVC (Full Time)
8.3 News Net | network = | founded = | airdate = 2002 | location = Logan, Utah | callsign_meaning = UTAh | former_callsigns = K08NL (2002-2005) | former_channel_numbers = | owner = Airwaves Inc. | licensee = | sister_stations =

| former_affiliations = ]]
[America One)
Transmitter power2.41 kW
Height250m
Facility ID127064
Transmitter coordinates41°45′21″N 112°01′22″W / 41.75583°N 112.02278°W / 41.75583; -112.02278

KUTA-LD is a low-powered television station in Logan, Utah, broadcasting locally on digital channel 8.1. The station is owned by Airwaves Inc., which also runs the Utah television station KQTI-LD Ogden. KUTA-LD is a Youtoo America and News Net affiliate.

Digital broadcasting[edit]

KUTA began its digital broadcast on Saturday, August 30, 2008,[1] and now runs English on Channel 8.1, QVC on 8.2, and News Net on Channel 8.3.

Original programming[edit]

Local news and sports are produced by KUTA as well as released online via its website and YouTube. KUTA is also working with local high schools, the Bridgerland Technical College, and Utah State University to produce local content. KUTA also hosts broadcast debates between local U.S. Senate candidates.[2]

Other content includes:

  • Cache Valley News

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Herald Journal, August 29, 2008
  2. ^ "Utah's U.S. Senate Candidate Debate — Held in Cache County — 9/9/9 — KUTA-TV". 2009. Archived from the original on January 14, 2010. Retrieved September 9, 2009. Cite uses deprecated parameter |dead-url= (help)

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