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NBC North Dakota is a group of five television stations in North Dakota affiliated with the National Broadcasting Company, currently owned by Wicks Television (part of The Wicks Group of Companies of New York) though a holding company, North Dakota Television, LLC.


The stations include:

KFYR-TV in Bismarck, North Dakota (Channel 5)
KVLY in Fargo, North Dakota (Channel 11)
KMOT in Minot, North Dakota (Channel 10)
KUMV in Williston, North Dakota (Channel 8)
KQCD in Dickinson, North Dakota (Channel 7)

The KVLY-TV mast is the tallest man-made structure on Earth. The station's signal covers the entire eastern half of North Dakota and much of northwest Minnesota. The other four stations cover western North Dakota and eastern Montana, and primarily rebroadcast KFYR's signal.


External links

  • KVLY Fargo (http://www.kvlytv11.com/)
  • KFYR-TV Bismarck (http://www.kfyrtv.com/)

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NBC North Dakota - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (392 words)
KQCD places local inserts into KFYR's newscasts, while KUMV does the same with KMOT's newscasts.
The five stations all broadcast the North Dakota state high school football, mens hockey, and basketball tournaments annually.
KFYR 5 / KQCD 7 / KUMV 8 / KMOT 10 (Bismarck / Dickinson / Williston / Minot) - KVLY 11 (Fargo)
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The idea for the advertisement was to be part of my final project in my Freshman Seminar class at Dickinson State University in the start of December 2005, but as luck would have it, the students/faculty who saw it, enjoyed it and eventually the advertisement was noticed by the Best Friends Mentoring Program.
After the production manager reviewed it, he commented that some of the scenes were too slow and the gum character should not have the accent that he originally had because some accents are harder to understand by the older demographic that view the stations broadcast.
So, I took it to Chad Troftgruben, a personal friend of mine, and had him transfer the animation to a Mini DV tape (a format the tv station could handel).
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