Description: KCPQ, channel 13, is a Fox-affiliated television station licensed to Tacoma, Washington, United States that serves the Seattle-Tacoma television market. The station is owned by the Tribune Broadcasting subsidiary of the Tribune Media Company, and is a sister station to MyNetworkTV affiliate KZJO (channel 22). The two stations share studio and office facilities located on Westlake Avenue in Seattle’s Westlake neighborhood, and KCPQ’s transmitter is located on Gold Mountain in Bremerton, Washington.
History: Channel 13 signed on air on August 2, 1953 as KMO-TV, co-owned with KMO radio (AM 1360, now KKMO), initially owned by Carl Haymond. The station carried some NBC programming for its first year until Seattle-licensed KOMO-TV (channel 4) began broadcasting on December 11. Hampered by a poor signal from north of Tacoma, NBC affiliation gone to KOMO and no network programming to replace it, Haymond was forced to declare bankruptcy and sell the station to J. Elroy McCaw, a colorful and eccentric radio and television station owner, and father of cellular phone magnate Craig McCaw.
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