KRXI-TV Nevada

KRXI branded as Fox 11 is a High definition digital station licensed to Reno and owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group that operates its transmitter facility from Peavine Peak. Viewers can have the Fox 11 on Charter Spectrum 11 in SD while HD version is available on Ch 781. Sinclair through SSA’s and JSA’s also operates KAME-TV, a MyNetworkTV affiliate which is owned by Deerfield Media and NBC affiliate KRNV held by Cunningham Broadcasting. The channel its studios with sister KAME on Brookside Court in Reno however the other sibling is stationed on Vassar Street in Reno.

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KXRI hit the airwaves in 1996 on New Year’s Eve, it then replaced KAME as a Fox affiliate which was in the ownership of a separate subsidiary Cox Enterprises. Following Cox Media Group’s acquisition of four television stations in Oklahoma and Florida on July 20, 2012, the company put KRXI alongside other siblings in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Texas and multiple sisters on sale. The company on Feb 25, 2013 decided to sale four of its television assets and a local marketing agreement for KAME-TV to Sinclair Broadcast Group following an agreement; Federal Communications Commission on April 29, 2013 approved the deal. The sale closed on May 2, 2013. Sinclair then on Nov 22, 2013 also purchased the non-license assets of Reno-based KRNV.



Apart from content borrowed from its affiliate network Fox, the syndicated programs offered by the station includes The Big Bang Theory, Mike & Molly, The Real, Modern Family, The Real and TMZ on TV. The channel simulcasts Oakland-based KTVU’s news-bulletins. All of the newscasts borrowed from KTUV are produced in HD straightaway from Jack London Square in Downtown Oakland where KRXI is stationed. It in partnership with Independent News Network on Oct 4, 2010 started producing a weeknight news-bulletin called Fox 11 News: Eleven at Eleven which ended in April 2014 as KRNV replaced the program. To favor the locally produced newscasts, Cox on Aug 25, 2014 introduced the locally produced morning news-bulletin. Noon newscast followed the suit and was brought in from KRNV to KRXI on June 1, 2015.


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