All other programming is featured on the station, including their signature broadcasts of. Channel 6, in Knoxville, was also under their authority. It was approved by the two companies' shareholders on March 11, 2015, and it closed on April 1. That provide all type of shows like general entertainment, sports, local, weather, and traffic. The show features information about upcoming events around middle Tennessee, interviews with local personalities some national , as well as some recipes are featured on the show.
This marks the second time that Scripps has owned a Tennessee television station, as it owned in from its 1948 sign-on until 1993. With the show still on the air, Talk of The Town was declared the longest locally produced television show in the Nashville television market, and the whole nation. In April 2014, the station celebrated the show's 30th anniversary by airing pieces of old episodes within the past 30 years of the show's run for a few weeks. It came along with Nashville businessmen Guilford Dudley, Al Beaman, and Thomas Baker. Rhori Johnston, the co-anchor on the weeknight 5 and 10 p. Some users of indoor antennas in southern Kentucky, and the far reaches of the station's coverage area can also pick up the signal thanks to their digital signal upgrade in 2013.
It is available for public viewing at the Archive, but, because of the equipment at the time, the broadcast was recorded in black and white, although all live television by then was broadcast in color. Archived from the May 18, 2013, at the on May 18, 2013. There is also live gavel-to-gavel coverage of high-profile criminal trials in the Nashville area including those of , Perry March, , Lindsey Lowe, as well as the three suspects in the , the latter of which gained national attention in the 2010s. The channel was previously under the authority of the Life and Casualty Insurance Company. Supreme Justice and are the only syndicated programs that is shown on the channel. It was soon after it began its operations on channel 4. It currently airs every weekday at 11 a.
In addition to locally produced shows and newscast repeats, NewsChannel 5+ also carried programming from until that service folded in September 2002. It is associated with commercial television channels. It was soon after it began its operations on channel 4. As the team expanded, Williams assumed the title of chief investigative reporter. The station ran a number of on-air tributes in the days leading up to Clark's departure.
The current NewsChannel 5 branding and logo have been in use since August 1989. As new cable channels launched they were gradually dropped from those systems throughout the 1980s. The station is owned by the. As a result, its signal was strong enough to be received in most of that area. Its head office located at the James Robertson Parkway in downtown Nashville downtown along I-24 near Whites Creek. This station is so much popular for its team. Clark's final broadcast aired on May 23, 2007.
Channels will be changing over a transition period, which in this case, will take place between September 7, 2019 and October 18, 2019. Since then, News Channel 5+ is being broadcast on digital channel 5. In June 2006, Clark reduced his daily anchoring schedule to only the weeknight 6 p. Nashville ended up becoming one of the smallest cities in the United States to have three fully individual networks. From 1972 to 1975, Show Biz, Inc. Williams and the NewsChannel 5 Investigates team also exposed questionable contracting by the administration of then-Gov.
The program, which the station served as its , was recorded with a live audience at Skyway Studios, the former north Nashville studio facility of the. Not to be confused with. Although the sale of The Weather Channel and some other assets was eventually completed, Landmark took most of its other properties off the market in October 2008. This show was removed from programming in late July 2015. Channel 6, in Knoxville, was also under their authority.
This occurred while meteorologists Ron Howes and Joe Case were broadcasting live, showing the actual tornado from the station's SkyCam as it entered downtown Nashville. The station is also carried on Murray Electric System cable in the area of , which is also in the Paducah market. On September 24, 2015, it was replaced by , a -operated comedy-oriented multi-cast network. Case also did weather for the show and for the morning and midday newscasts, while Chapman was the station's entertainment reporter. The station is also available on cable in the area of , the only Middle Tennessee county that is in the , media market.