KPRC (950 kHz) is a commercial AM talk radio station in Houston, Texas, branded as "AM 950 KPRC. This TV station is owned by Graham Holdings Company. [6] Over the years, the Hobby family bought several other television stations, including KVOA-TV in Tucson, KCCI in Des Moines, WTVF in Nashville, WESH in Orlando, and KSAT-TV in San Antonio. KPRC 2.2 then became the new home of MeTV in the Houston market, taking over that role from KUBE-TV 57.4. That means many KPRC 2 viewers are decorating gingerbread houses together as a family. For several years during the early 1990s, updates also aired during the overnight hours with producers and other newsroom personnel serving as anchors. Despite a strong lead-in from Dr. Phil, KPRC-TV also continued to decline at 4 p.m. and in both the morning and evening hours as NBC's ratings began to enter a steep decline following the ending of several of its 1990s-era staples such as Friends and Frasier, with the station even dropping Dr. Phil at one point and not even clearing the show for another Houston station to pick up. Image: Jennifer Reyna owns a car. As is the case with Detroit's WDIV, NBC's current overnight lineup (a rebroadcast of the fourth hour of Today on weekdays; LXTV 1st Look and Open House NYC on weekends) also does not air in Houston. Sterling Sr., mourning the loss of his son, put the still crated transmitter in storage. The station is owned by the Graham Media Group subsidiary of … Because of its affiliation with NBC, KPRC-TV was the first station in Houston to broadcast a program in color and was subsequently the first to broadcast its entire schedule in color. Built on property originally lent to Houston Baptist University, KPRC-TV chose the site to build its new facilities in large part due to its location on the feeder road of the Southwest Freeway. [1] KPRC is also heard on an HD Radio subchannel of sister station 94.5 KTBZ-FM-HD3. However, it is known that she makes an average salary of $95,189 from her job at KPRC 2 News. Great environment and friendly people. KPRC-TV is owned by Adelphia Communications The station's transmitter is located near Missouri City, in unincorporated northeastern Fort Bend County. The station is owned by the Graham Media Group subsidiary of the Graham Holdings Company. The station is owned by Tegna Inc., as part of a duopoly with Conroe -licensed Quest owned-and-operated