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KAVU-TV, known locally as ABC 25, is a full-service television station in Victoria, Texas. Serving the entire Victoria metropolitan area as an ABC network affiliate, this station is owned and operated by Saga Broadcasting, as part of a group of six television stations serving the Victoria market.

History

KAVU-TV
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Victoria, Texas
Branding ABC 25

Newscenter 25

Slogan Your Hometown News
Channels Digital: 15 (UHF)
Affiliations ABC
Owner Saga Communications, Inc.

(Saga Broadcasting, LLC)

First air date July 1982
Sister station(s) KVCT
Former channel number(s) Analog:

25 (UHF, 1982-2009)

Former affiliations NBC (1982-1994)

ABC (secondary, 1989-1994)

Transmitter power 900 kW
Height 312 m
Facility ID 73101
Transmitter coordinates 28°50′42″N 97°7′33″W / 28.845°N 97.12583°W / 28.845; -97.12583
Website Official site

KAVU was founded on December 7, 1981, but did not take to the air until sometime in 1982. At the time, it began as an NBC network affiliate, but then joined ABC as a secondary affiliate from 1989 to 1994, after the previous affiliate, KVCT (now a Fox affiliate), dropped the ABC affiliation to become a religious station.

In 1994 KAVU became solely an ABC affiliate.

Today, KAVU and KVCT operate as sister stations, and also operate the market's NBC, MyNetworkTV, Univision, and Telemundo affiliates via low-power stations and/or digital subchannels.

[edit] News team

[edit] Current on-air staff

Anchors

  • Chase Gallimore (Newscenter 25 at 6pm/10pm Anchor)
  • Lacey Harris (Newscenter 25 at 6pm/10pm Anchor)
  • Na'Tassia Finley (Newscenter 25 at 5pm/Fox News at 9 Anchor)
  • Jennifer Gayle (Newscenter 25 Sunrise)

Reporters

  • Audrey Castereno
  • Steve Broussard
  • Emily Collins
  • Sally Mamdooh
  • Stephanie Kusy

Sports

  • Don Brubaker
  • Ross Kinnaird

Weather

[edit] News/station presentation

[edit] Newscast titles

  • NewsCenter 25 (1980s-present)

[edit] Station slogans

  • Serving the Seven Counties of South Texas (1999-2006)
  • Your Hometown News (2006-present)

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