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Partly because of his help, KMED-TV (channel 10, now KTVL) signed on in 1961.In 1968, KTVM moved to a powerful transmitter on King Mountain and changed its calls to the current KOBI.
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In 1983, KOBI picked up NBC from KTVL, which switched to CBS.
It carried a few ABC programs for another year until KDRV (channel 12) signed on.
However, for its first 25 years, it was primarily a CBS affiliate.
It was the second television station in Oregon, following KPTV in Portland by eleven months, and the first on the VHF band.
For many years, KOBI branded itself as "Channel 5M," with a logo showing a "5" on an interstate highway sign, reflecting the interstate that goes through the Medford area, Interstate 5.
The interstate sign motif was later extended to KOTI and KRCR.
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It was founded on August 1, 1953 by Bill Smullin, a 20-year veteran of the television industry.
The station's call letters were originally KBES-TV (BESt TV), and it carried programming from all four major networks.
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