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The station started broadcasting on analog UHF channel 57 as WKYH-TV (meaning KentuckY, Hazard) on October 20, 1969, as an NBC affiliate .Precseding its commencement, some counties in southeastern Kentucky were among the last enduring parts of the country incapable to clearly receive a commercial television signal over the air. Kentucky Educational Television had set up a transmitter there the year before. Although this area is measured part of the Lexington market, none of that city’s television signals covered the area at the time. Throughout its whole run as WKYH, the station’s on-air look was very original, even by small-market standards. Much of its equipment had been credited as surplus from other stations, and was usually in a the early 1980s the station’s signal had worsened to the point of unacceptability. A video clip of the station’s nightly sign-off provided evidence of the shaky signal quality. WYMT remains the only full-power commercial station in Hazard, and cable or satellite is essential to receive any other major commercial network affiliates. WYMT is not carried on satellite because Hazard is in the Lexington market; accordingly, WKYT must be provided to the area, and satellite providers have a right not to carry a identical network associate in the same market due to bandwidth boundaries.