The Federal Communications Commission approved the sale in mid-November 2007, and the deal was finalized on January 10, 2008.On November 26, 2007, KUTV began hubbing master control operations for its then-sister station, CW affiliate WLWC in Providence, which was also sold as part of the Four Points deal.Fitzpatrick after his experience with two successful investments in local radio, including KSL radio (1160 AM) and KALL (910 AM, now KWDZ).In 1956, the Carman group sold its interest in the station to A. Glasman for the Ogden Standard-Examiner and his son-in-law and daughter, George and Gene Hatch.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.George-licensed My Network TV affiliate KMYU (channel 12, formerly solely a satellite station of KUTV from its 1999 sign-on to 2008).
The deal was spearheaded by Tribune publisher John F.
timeslot for five more months, before it moved to KUWB (channel 30, now KUCW).
In 2003, the station moved from its longtime studio facilities in West Valley City to a street-side studio at 299 Main Street in downtown Salt Lake's Wells Fargo Center.
KUTV, virtual channel 2 (UHF digital channel 34), is a CBS-affiliated television station licensed to Salt Lake City, Utah, United States.
The station is owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group, as part of a triopoly with independent station KJZZ-TV (channel 14) and St.