KDSM TV is a Fox-affiliated Live Stream TV station licensed to Des Moines, Iowa, United States. It was founded September 13,1982 and its first air date was March 7,1983. Channel also provides Live Streaming TV Online free for its viewers. Its slogan is One Hour News, One Hour Earlier; The Time is Right. Its channels are Digital;16 (UHF),Virtual;17(PSIP). Its affiliation with 17.1;Fox,17.2;Commet,17.3; Charge, 17.4;TBD. Its sister station are Cedar Rapids; KGAN, KFXA, Sioux City; KPTH, KMEG . Its transmitter power is 500kw and height is 612m(2008ft). Its licensing authority is FCC. The station is owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group. KDSM-TV’s studios are located on Fleur Drive (IA 5) in Des Moines, and its transmitter is located in Alleman, Iowa. On cable, the station is available on Mediacom channel 6 in standard definition and digital channel 817 in high definition.
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On March 4, 2001, KDSM debuted a nightly half-hour prime time newscast produced by sister station CBS affiliate KGAN-TV in Cedar Rapids. Known as Fox 17 News at 9, it originated from KGAN’s studios on Old Marion Road Northeast in Cedar Rapids and featured the majority of that station’s on-air personnel. Due to a lack of news personnel locally based out of KDSM’s facility, regionalized news coverage and statewide weather forecasts were provided during the show. On September 2, 2008, NBC affiliate WHO-DT (then owned by Local TV; now owned by Tribune Broadcasting) entered into a news share agreement with KDSM. The big three station then commenced producing a Des Moines-based prime time newscast known as Channel 13 News at Nine on Fox 17. Originating from WHO-DT’s primary set at its facilities on Grand Avenue in Downtown Des Moines (with separate duratrans indicating the Fox show), this program presently airs for an hour on weeknights and thirty minutes on weekends. On April 22, 2009, WHO-DT became the second station in Des Moines to air all in-studio news in 16:9 enhanced definition widescreen. Although not truly high definition, broadcasts matched the aspect ratio of HD television screens. The KDSM shows were not included in this specific change. On May 19, 2010, WHO-DT upgraded further to full high definition local newscasts.