NBC Bay Area Morning News

KNTV, channel 11, is the NBC owned-and-operated television station in the Bay Area market. It is licensed to San Jose, with its transmitter located on San Bruno Mountain, just south of San Francisco. It shares facilities in San Jose with NBC Universal sister station KSTS (the Telemundo station for the Bay Area) and CNBC‘s Silicon Valley Bureau. The new digital facilities were constructed in San Jose by NBC in 2004. KNTV’s studios are entirely powered by wind energy. KNTV is one of five television stations that is licensed to San Jose (another is KTVU’s sister station KICU).

On cable, KNTV is broadcast on cable channel 3 on Comcast cable systems in the Bay Area market. In the few areas of the western United States where viewers cannot receive NBC programs over-the-air, KNTV is available as part of All American Direct’s standard definition distant network package.