Wednesday, June 10
KSNF: Back On Air In One Week
KSN, or channel 16 as it is more commonly known around these parts, was knocked off the air on May 8th when high winds swept through the region. Since that day viewers have been unable to watch the station and see the smiling faces of Jim Jackson, Toni Valliere, Gary Bandy, and the rest of the crew. That will all change a week from today.
KSN will be back up and running with a temporary set and system, thanks to their sister station KODE. KSN's Brad Douglas was kind enough to give me permission to show you a picture of what the temporary set will look like.
I am sure many in the Four States will be happy to have KSN, Your Hometown News, back on the air.