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500 W. Boone
Spokane, WA 99201
504 Sherman Ave,
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814
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1953: KXLY-TV Channel 4 goes on the air as a CBS affiliate. The station is owned by Ed Craney with Symons Broadcasting & Bing Crosby.
1962: Mr. Morgan Murphy purchases KXLY-TV and KXLY AM/FM.
1964: Construction begins on the current broadcast facility on 500 West Boone Avenue.
1968: KXLY-TV transmits local color programming to its viewers.
1974: KXLY-TV becomes the first station in the nation to utilize mobile electronic news gathering during the Expo 74 World's Fair.
1986: KXLY -TV becomes the first Eastern Washington television station to transmit stereo audio programming.
1992: KXLY ABC 4 establishes a full-time Coeur d'Alene North Idaho Newsroom, moving into the former Wells Fargo bank building on Sherman Avenue.
1999: KXLY ABC 4 becomes the first television station in the Pacific Northwest to broadcast full-coverage HDTV signals. Our HD broadcast premiered with Monday Night Football on ABC.
2008: KXLY ABC 4 is the first Spokane station to broadcast local news and weather graphics in High Definition