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KUTV's programming is relayed on KMYU's second digital subchannel (VHF digital channel 12.2, mapped via PSIP to 2.1) in high definition to serve the southern portion of the Salt Lake City market not covered by the KUTV broadcast signal; the station also has a large network of broadcast translators that extend its over-the-air coverage throughout Utah as well as portions of Nevada and Wyoming.
In 1960, KUTV became the market's NBC affiliate, trading affiliations with KCPX-TV (channel 4, now KTVX), which joined ABC.
On May 9, 2008 launched KUTV Greener Living, a website focused on green businesses and products in Utah; the site also delivers localized environmental and political news.
On September 8, 2011, Cerberus Capital Management announced the sale of the entire Four Points station group to the Sinclair Broadcast Group for 0 million.
NBC-owned WTVJ and CBS-owned WCIX (which became WFOR-TV upon the swap) also traded transmitter facilities in Miami as part of the deal.
CBS then sold controlling interest in KUTV to Group W.
On September 10, 1995, KUTV switched its affiliation to CBS as part of a complex deal resulting from Westinghouse Broadcasting (Group W)'s affiliation deal with the network.