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KPRC-TV, channel 2, is an NBC–affiliated television station located in Houston, Texas, USA. KPRC-TV is owned by the Graham Media Group subsidiary of Graham Holdings Company and maintains studio facilities in the Sharpstown district on the city’s southwest side; the station’s transmitter is located near Missouri City, Texas. As of the 2016-17 television season, KPRC is the largest NBC station by market size that is not owned by the network.
Prior to the digital transition, KPRC was the only Houston station on the VHF dial whose cable channel position did not match its over-the-air analog channel, due to interference from the low-band VHF terrestrial signal; it was placed on Comcast cable 12, instead. Other cable systems on the outer edges of the Houston media market carried KPRC on cable channel 2. It is also available on cable in Lufkin–Nacogdoches, Victoria, and Bryan–College Station.
The station first signed on the air on January 1, 1949, as KLEE-TV. It was Houston’s first television station and the second one to sign on in Texas, beating KBTV in Dallas (now WFAA) by more than eight months. It was originally owned by hotelier W. Albert Lee and carried programming from all four networks of the day – NBC, CBS, ABC, and DuMont. However, after a year of difficulty, Lee sold the station to the Hobby family, owners of the Houston Post and Houston’s oldest radio station, KPRC (950 AM and 99.7 FM, now KODA at 99.1). The Hobbys took control on June 1, 1950, and changed the television station’s call letters to match its radio sisters on July 3, 1950. Although the call letters appear to stand for Post Radio Company, they actually stand for Kotton Port Rail Center. After the Hobbys took over, channel 2 became a primary NBC affiliate due to KPRC-FM radio’s longstanding affiliation with the NBC Blue Network, a link that remains today. Due to the Federal Communications Commission-imposed freeze on new station licenses, channel 2 remained the only television station in Houston for four more years. CBS moved to KGUL-TV (channel 11, now KHOU) in 1953 and KTRK-TV (channel 13) took over the ABC affiliation when it signed on one year later. DuMont ceased operations in 1956, though it was briefly affiliated with now-defunct KNUZ-TV (channel 39, frequency now occupied by KIAH). Because of its affiliation with NBC, KPRC was the first station in Houston to broadcast a program in color and was subsequently the first to broadcast its programming entirely in color.