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KERO-TV, also known as 23ABC News, is a television station based in Bakersfield, California. It is the local ABC affiliate for the Bakersfield area.
About KERO 23ABC News
KERO TV was founded on September 29, 1953, as KERO-TV. It was originally owned by the Bakersfield Television Company. The station’s first broadcast was on September 29, 1953. KERO-TV was the first television station in Bakersfield. In 1986, KERO-TV was sold to the E. W. Scripps Company.
KERO TV’s news operation is known as KERO 23 News. The station’s news team is led by news director Jeff Olsen. KERO 23 News broadcasts a 30-minute morning newscast, a 30-minute midday newscast, and a 60-minute evening newscast. The station also produces a number of other news and public affairs programs.
KERO TV is a member of the Associated Press and the California Broadcasters Association.
Here are some of the ways to watch KERO TV:
- Over-the-air: You can watch KERO TV over-the-air if you have a digital antenna.
- Cable: KERO TV is available on most cable providers in the Bakersfield area.
- Satellite: KERO TV is available on most satellite providers in the Bakersfield area.
- Streaming: KERO TV is available on streaming services such as Hulu Live TV and YouTube TV.
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