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KTRV is the Fox-affiliated television station for the Treasure Valley area of Southwestern Idaho that is licensed to Nampa. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 13 from a transmitter at the top of the Bogus Basin ski area. Owned by Block Communications, the station has studios on 6th Street North in Nampa. Syndicated programming on KTRV includes: Family Guy, Friends, The Wendy Williams Show, and The People's Court.


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Nampa/Boise/Caldwell, Idaho
City of license Nampa
Branding Fox 12 (general)

Fox 12 News My Boise TV (on DT2)

Slogan News For Busy People
Channels Digital: 13 (VHF)
Subchannels 12.1 Fox

12.2 MyNetworkTV & This TV

Owner Block Communications

(Idaho Independent Television, Inc.)

First air date October 18, 1981
Call letters' meaning TReasure Valley
Former callsigns KTRV (1981-2006)
Former channel number(s) 12 (VHF analog, 1981-2009)
Former affiliations Independent (1981-1987)
Transmitter power 17 kW
Height 829 m
Facility ID 28230
Transmitter coordinates 43°45′18″N 116°5′52″W / 43.755°N 116.09778°W / 43.755; -116.09778

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[edit] Digital programming

It operates the area's MyNetworkTV and This TV affiliate on a second digital subchannel. Known on-air as My Boise TV, this can also be seen on Cable One channel 14.

Channel Programming
12.1 main KTRV programming/Fox HD
12.2 KTRV-DT2 "My Boise TV"

[edit] History

The station signed on-the-air October 18, 1981. When KTRV launched, it was the only Independent television station in the region. For the first six years, the channel regularly showed syndicated talk shows and children's programming in the day and movies in the evening. In 1987, it became a charter Fox affiliate and was the network's only charter affiliate in Idaho. [1] In May 1999, the station formed a news department and began airing the nightly Fox 12 News at 9. Its news success prompted the creation and launch of Fox 12 This Morning in April 2007.

On February 6, 2009, KTRV launched a MyNetworkTV and This TV affiliate on a new second digital subchanel known as "My Boise TV". On January 11, 2010, a weeknight broadcast called Fox 12 News Edge at 10 was added. KTRV-DT2 was added to the local Cable One system on January 11, 2010. The second digital subchannel simulcasts the weekday morning show.

[edit] News team

[4][5]The KTRV 25th Anniversary logo used in 2006.Anchors

  • Adam Bartelmay - Monday through Friday nights at 9
  • Kiaora Bohlool - Monday through Friday nights at 9
  • Stacey Skrysak - Monday through Friday nights at 10
  • Allison Warren - weekday mornings and reporter
  • Mike Vogel - weekends and reporter
  • Nate Kuester - Sports Director seen weeknights

Weather Anchors

  • Steve Liebenthal - weeknights
  • Bri Eggers - weekends and weeknight reporter
  • Rachel Garceau - weekday mornings


  • Adam Bartelmay - weeknights (reports and anchors weeknights)
  • Mike Vogel - weeknights (weekend anchor)
  • Matt Loveless - weeknights
  • Bri Eggers - weeknights
  • Kevin Miller - "Bottom Line" segment producer and heard on KIDO-AM 580
  • Ron O'Brian - weekday morning traffic
  • Melinda Myers - "Melinda's Garden Moment" segment producer

Former staff

  • Christen Buckner - reporter
  • Dan Hamilton - weeknight news anchor and reporter
  • Tami Tremblay - weekday morning news anchor
  • Shayne Wells - weeknight news anchor and reporter

Station slogans

  • "It's About Time" (2006-2010)
  • "News For Busy People" (2010-present)


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