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KTIV Television
2929 Signal Hill Drive
Sioux City, IA 51108

General Email: ktivreception@ktiv.com
Switchboard: 712-239-4100 or 800-234-KTIV(5848)
Direct Newsline: 712-226-5480
General Fax: 712-239-2621
Newsroom Fax: 712-239-3025


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Bridget Breen – General Manager
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Adrian Wisner – General Sales Manager
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Keith W. Bliven – News Director 
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David Washburn – Director of Programming & Marketing
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Andrew Benz – Chief Engineer
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Jake Rains – PSA Coordinator/Creative Services
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KTIV is a subsidiary of family-owned Quincy Media, Inc.
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