Request video

While we encourage you to record our newscasts if you expect to be featured, KTIV does make copies of local newscasts as a convenience to our viewers. The cost is $20 (if you provide the DVD) or $30 (if KTIV provides the DVD) per DVD.  There are no additional charges for shipping.

Mail a check or money order for the amount for each copy to:
Note: To receive your copy, you must print and fill out the dub request form below.

KTIV
Dub Request
2929 Signal Hill Drive
Sioux City, IA 51108
Write “Dub Request” in the memo section of your check or money order.  We must receive your check or money order before we will ship your DVD. Please allow up to two weeks for delivery.

Privacy and Disclaimer:
KTIV holds exclusive rights to this video.  It can be used for personal/internal use only.  It cannot be used for promotional, commercial, or litigation and cannot be edited in any way.  The video cannot be posted on the Internet without written consent by KTIV.

See the video request dub sheet below: VideoDubRequest

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Patchy dense fog followed by very pleasant afternoon

Patchy dense fog followed by very pleasant afternoon

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