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|Branding||KHQA ABC 7.2 (general)
KHQA-TV 7 News
|Slogan||Because Accuracy Matters|
|Channels||Digital: KHQA-DT 7.2 (VHF)|
America One (secondary)
(Barrington Quincy License, LLC)
|Founded||September 30, 2007|
|Call letters' meaning||see KHQA|
|Sister station(s)||KTVO, KYOU-TV|
|Transmitter power||13.6 kW (digital)|
|Height||271 m (digital)|
|Facility ID||4690 (digital)|
|Transmitter coordinates||39°58′25.4″N 91°19′50.1″W / 39.973722°N 91.330583°W / 39.973722; -91.330583 (digital)|
Outside of ABC programming, KHQA-DT2 airs shows from America One as a secondary affiliate. Known on-air as KHQA ABC 7.2, its parent station has studios on South 36th Street in Quincy. From 1960 until 1969, the main channel shared secondary ABC affiliation with NBC afifliate WGEM-TV. After that, sister station KTVO in Kirksville, Missouri served as the default analog ABC affiliate for the area. On August 28, 2007, KHQA announced that a new second digital subchannel would begin carry ABC for the Tri-States. This officially launched on September 30.
KHQA-DT2 simulcasts the weekday morning show and weeknight 6 o'clock broadcast from the main channel.
Tri-States This Morning (Weekday Mornings 5:30 to 7)
- Sarah Deien
- Rajah Maples
- Tegan Orpet
KHQA Evening News (Weeknights 6 to 6:30)
- Carol Sowers
- Chad Douglas
- Landon Mitchell
- Chris Duerr
KHQA-DT2 features additional personnel from the main channel. See that article for a complete listing.