|North Platte, Nebraska
|Channels||Analog: 11 (VHF)
Digital: KNOP-TV 2.2 (VHF)
Virtual: 2.2 (PSIP)
(Gray Television Licensee, LLC)
|First air date||December 12, 1994|
|Call letters' meaning||derived from former K11TW call sign|
|Sister station(s)||KNOP-TV, KNPL-LD|
|Former callsigns||K11TW (1994–2014)|
|Former affiliations||Independent (1994-1995)
The WB (1995-1999, secondary)
|Transmitter power||80 watts|
|Public license information:||Profile
|Website||KNOP-TV 2 Online|
KIIT-CA is a television station in North Platte, Nebraska, broadcasting locally as an affiliate of Fox. It is owned by Gray Television, which also owns full-powered NBC affiliate KNOP-TV and low-power CBS affiliate KNPL-LD.
KIIT-CA currently broadcasts only an analog signal, though it has a construction permit to convert channel 11 to digital. Digital television viewers in the North Platte area can receive KIIT via KNOP's digital subcarrier. Fox programming also airs in the area on Lincoln's KFXL-TV, which is carried on KWNB's subcarrier. KIIT is also carried as channel 5 on the North Platte Charter Communications and Allo Communications cable systems, and channel 11 on Dish Network. The Charter and Allo feeds of KIIT-CA are available in high definition; however, Dish Network does not carry any North Platte locals in HD.
The station currently does not have a website.
From the grant of its original construction permit on December 12, 1994 through June 26, 2014, the station was assigned the translator-style call sign of K11TW, and retained it even after obtaining class A status in 2001. However, outside of Federal Communications Commission-required station identification, the station has always called itself "KIIT" on the air. In the station's mid-years, it was an Independent station before becoming a charter UPN affiliate in 1995, also aired programming from The WB until 1999 when the station dropped both networks and became a Fox affiliate.
- "Call Sign History". CDBS Public Access. Federal Communications Commission. Retrieved June 30, 2014.
- "Gray Buying Hoak, Prime Stations For $342.5M". TVNewsCheck. November 20, 2013. Retrieved November 20, 2013.