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KSNK, virtual channel 8 (VHF digital channel 12), is an NBC-affiliated television station licensed to McCook, Nebraska, United States. The station is owned by Nexstar Media Group. KSNK's advertising sales office is located on US 36 in northwestern Oberlin, Kansas, and its transmitter is located along U.S. 36 in rural northwestern Decatur County. Although the station's city of license is in Red Willow County, Nebraska, which is in the Lincoln–Hastings–Kearney market, its studio and transmitter are in Decatur County, Kansas, in the Wichita–Hutchinson market.

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  • Analog:
  • 8 (VHF, 1959–2008)
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  • KSNK
  • (semi-satelliteofKSNW,Wichita, Kansas)
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  • KSNK, virtual channel 8 (VHF digital channel 12), is an NBC-affiliated television station licensed to McCook, Nebraska, United States. The station is owned by Nexstar Media Group. KSNK's advertising sales office is located on US 36 in northwestern Oberlin, Kansas, and its transmitter is located along U.S. 36 in rural northwestern Decatur County. Although the station's city of license is in Red Willow County, Nebraska, which is in the Lincoln–Hastings–Kearney market, its studio and transmitter are in Decatur County, Kansas, in the Wichita–Hutchinson market.
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  • KSNK
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  • KSNK, virtual channel 8 (VHF digital channel 12), is an NBC-affiliated television station licensed to McCook, Nebraska, United States. The station is owned by Nexstar Media Group. KSNK's advertising sales office is located on US 36 in northwestern Oberlin, Kansas, and its transmitter is located along U.S. 36 in rural northwestern Decatur County. KSNK is part of the Kansas State Network (KSN), a regional network of five stations relaying programming from Wichita NBC affiliate KSNW (channel 3) across central and western Kansas, as well as bordering counties in Nebraska and Oklahoma; KSNK incorporates local advertising and news inserts aimed at areas of northwest Kansas and bordering counties in southwestern Nebraska within the Wichita–Hutchinson Plus television market. It is the only KSNW satellite to be licensed outside Kansas and also outside the Wichita market, although it covers the general Oberlin/Colby/Goodland area as well. Although the station's city of license is in Red Willow County, Nebraska, which is in the Lincoln–Hastings–Kearney market, its studio and transmitter are in Decatur County, Kansas, in the Wichita–Hutchinson market.
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  • KSNK
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