Yesterday, FTVLive told you that a small plane had crashed into KCBD's tower and knocked the station off the air.
Viewers could turn to the other station's in town for their news, but how the hell are they going to watch, "The Voice"?
Enter Nexstar Broadcasting, owner and operator of KAMR in Amarillo. Nexstar is providing temporary NBC programming to viewers in the absence of KCBD being off the air.
Satellite and cable providers across the Lubbock television market were simulcasting the feed from Amarillo or Midland/Odessa.
KCBD is currently broadcasting local news programming from the Lubbock Independent School District's television center.
Locally produced programming from KCBD is being broadcast on the LISD-TV cable channel and on their normally assigned cable channels. All other NBC programming is originating from either KAMR or KWES.
The station is also broadcasting local programming over the internet from their sister station, WSFA in Montgomery, Alabama.