Sutro Tower

Sutro Tower is a 977 ft three-pronged TV and radio antenna tower in San Francisco, California.wikipedia
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KTVU

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KGO then formed a consortium with KTVU, KRON, and KPIX, the three other major San Francisco television broadcasters at the time, to build and maintain the tower.
The two stations share studios at Jack London Square in downtown Oakland; KTVU's transmitter is located at Sutro Tower in San Francisco.

KGO-TV

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In 1948, the mansion and property was sold to the American Broadcasting Company, where it became the original home of their San Francisco operation as KGO Television.
KGO-TV's studios are located at the ABC Broadcast Center in downtown San Francisco north of the city's Financial District, and its transmitter is based at Sutro Tower.

KRON-TV

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KGO then formed a consortium with KTVU, KRON, and KPIX, the three other major San Francisco television broadcasters at the time, to build and maintain the tower.
KRON maintains studios in the same building in the Financial District as ABC owned-and-operated station (O&O) KGO-TV, channel 7 (with completely separate operations from that station) The transmitting antenna, shared with Fox O&O KTVU (channel 2) and CBS O&O KPIX-TV (channel 5), is located atop the Sutro Tower near San Francisco's Twin Peaks.

Mount Sutro

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Rising from a hill between Twin Peaks and Mount Sutro near Clarendon Heights, it is a prominent feature of the city skyline and a landmark for city residents and visitors.
Sutro Tower, a large television and radio broadcasting tower for the San Francisco Bay Area and very visible City landmark, is not on Mount Sutro.

KPIX-TV

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KGO then formed a consortium with KTVU, KRON, and KPIX, the three other major San Francisco television broadcasters at the time, to build and maintain the tower.
The two stations share studios on Battery Street, just north of San Francisco's Financial District; KPIX's transmitter is located atop Sutro Tower.

San Francisco

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Sutro Tower is a 977 ft three-pronged TV and radio antenna tower in San Francisco, California.
Dominating this area is Sutro Tower, a large red and white radio and television transmission tower.

San Bruno Mountain

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Transmitters had been scattered throughout the Bay Area, including at San Bruno Mountain, Mt. Allison, Monument Peak, and Mt. Diablo.
KRON (Channel 4) was the first television station to place a transmitter tower on Radio Peak, in 1949, followed by KQED and KTVU, though these tenants moved their transmitters to Sutro Tower in the 1970s.

KQED (TV)

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Sutro Tower also leases space to other Bay Area radio and television stations, including PBS outlet KQED; independent station KOFY-TV; non-commercial station KPJK; and KBCW, a sister station to KPIX. With the advent of channel sharing agreements after the 2016 FCC spectrum auction, San Jose's KQEH began to transmit from Sutro with sister station KQED on January 17, 2018, moving from its former Monument Peak transmitter.
The three stations share studios on Mariposa Street in San Francisco's Mission District; KQED and KQEH share transmitter facilities atop Sutro Tower.

KBCW (TV)

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Sutro Tower also leases space to other Bay Area radio and television stations, including PBS outlet KQED; independent station KOFY-TV; non-commercial station KPJK; and KBCW, a sister station to KPIX.
The two stations share studios on Battery Street, just north of San Francisco's Financial District; KBCW's transmitter is located atop Sutro Tower.

Adolph Sutro

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Named after the family of Adolph Sutro, a businessman and former mayor of San Francisco whose grandson, Adolph Gilbert Sutro, built a mansion, La Avanzada, on their property in the highest peaks of San Francisco.
Many of Sutro's gifts to the city of San Francisco still exist and bear his name, such as Mount Sutro, originally Mount Parnassus (a lower hill nearby is the location of the Sutro Tower), and Sutro Heights.

KQEH

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With the advent of channel sharing agreements after the 2016 FCC spectrum auction, San Jose's KQEH began to transmit from Sutro with sister station KQED on January 17, 2018, moving from its former Monument Peak transmitter.
KQEH and KQED share transmitter facilities atop Sutro Tower; until January 17, 2018, KQEH's transmitter was located atop Monument Peak.

KPJK

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Sutro Tower also leases space to other Bay Area radio and television stations, including PBS outlet KQED; independent station KOFY-TV; non-commercial station KPJK; and KBCW, a sister station to KPIX.
KPJK's studios are located on West Hillsdale Boulevard in southwestern San Mateo, and its transmitter is located atop the Sutro Tower in San Francisco.

KNTV

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Three other major Bay Area TV stations are unable to be located at Sutro Tower—the NBC-owned duopoly of KNTV and KSTS; and KTVU's duopoly partner KICU-TV.
Most of the other Bay Area stations operate from Sutro Tower, which has a better overall view of San Francisco proper, although at the expense of those in northern San Mateo County, where San Bruno Mountain acts as a shield.

KEMO-TV

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KEMO-TV's studios are located on Christie Avenue in Emeryville, and its transmitter is located at Sutro Tower in San Francisco.

KCNS

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The two stations share transmitting facilities at Sutro Tower in San Francisco.

KOIT

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The station has studios in the city's SoMa district, and transmits from Sutro Tower in San Francisco, with a power output of 24,000 watts effective radiated power.

KFSF-DT

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The two stations share studios on Zanker Road in San Jose; KFSF's transmitter is located at Sutro Tower in San Francisco.

Our Lady of Darkness

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The novel is set in actual San Francisco locations, including Corona Heights and the Sutro Tower behind it.

California

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Sutro Tower is a 977 ft three-pronged TV and radio antenna tower in San Francisco, California.

Twin Peaks (San Francisco)

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Rising from a hill between Twin Peaks and Mount Sutro near Clarendon Heights, it is a prominent feature of the city skyline and a landmark for city residents and visitors.

Salesforce Tower

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The tower was the tallest structure in San Francisco from the time of its completion in 1973 until it was surpassed by the Salesforce Tower in 2017.

American Broadcasting Company

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In 1948, the mansion and property was sold to the American Broadcasting Company, where it became the original home of their San Francisco operation as KGO Television.

Mount Allison

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Transmitters had been scattered throughout the Bay Area, including at San Bruno Mountain, Mt. Allison, Monument Peak, and Mt. Diablo.

Monument Peak (Milpitas, California)

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Transmitters had been scattered throughout the Bay Area, including at San Bruno Mountain, Mt. Allison, Monument Peak, and Mt. Diablo. With the advent of channel sharing agreements after the 2016 FCC spectrum auction, San Jose's KQEH began to transmit from Sutro with sister station KQED on January 17, 2018, moving from its former Monument Peak transmitter.

Herb Caen

San Francisco writer Herb Caen once wrote, "I keep waiting for it to stalk down the hill and attack the Golden Gate Bridge."