About 30 years after the service went off the air, this On TV sign still stands as of April 2012, at 10th Ave. & Polk St. in Phoenix.
Banner at new KUDF-LP studios - Tucson
Picture taken shortly after announcement that station would be sold to local ownership - March 2012.
KYMA studios - Yuma
Home to NBC and ThisTV affiliates.
KECY studios - Yuma
Home to Fox, ABC, CW and Telemundo affiliates.
KSWT studios - Yuma
Home to CBS, Untamed Sports and Estrella TV affiliates.
The facilities were first built to house KIVA-TV and became KSWT studios in 1970 after KIVA folded.
First KIVA-TV studio at Pilot's Knob in California, about 10 miles west of Yuma, AZ. Built in 1953 and served as studio until early 1960s, when KIVA built new studios in Yuma.
KVYE/KAJB studios - El Centro
KMOH studios - Kingman
Located on Kingman Dr., a block off Andy Devine Ave.
KDTP studios - Holbrook
Yes, they actually have a legal studio in downtown Holbrook, shared with local radio stations.
Old slide for KFPB-LD ch 50.4 Phoenix (COL is actually Globe).
Nightlight message that appeared on Flagstaff channel 54 shortly after digital conversion
Scroll which appeared on KTVK translator, K38AI, in Cottonwood, AZ, shortly before digital conversion. Taken Thanksgiving eve 2011. Tragic plane crash killed the pilot, plus a father and his three children.
Repeating loop on channels 50.5 and 50.6, shortly after subchannels were added, although the initial graphic says channel 50.6. The phone number is out of the Monterey/Salinas CA area. Loop was replaced with programming by April 2012.
KMCC primary station searching for satellite signal - Dolan Springs, AZ.
Even though The Tube shut down in October 2007, KOLD-TV continued to run this slide on channel 13.3 until 2011.
Slide shown on KPDF-CA 41.2 Phoenix AZ and on KHDF-CD 19.2, 19.3 and 19.4 Las Vegas NV as of May 2012
AlmaVision feed on KTVP-LD 22.1 & 22.5 - 4/16/12. It was replaced by actual programming about two weeks later.
New occupant of channel 41.2. English could stand some improvement however. :)