‘___-A-Lympics’ (1970s Hanna-Barbera cartoon)

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KATC, virtual channel 3 (UHF digital channel 28), is a dual ABC/CW+-affiliated television station licensed to Lafayette, Louisiana, United States. The station is owned by the E. W. Scripps Company. KATC’s studios are located on Eraste Landry Road on Lafayette’s south side, and its transmitter (which became operational on November 6, 2007) is located near Branch, Louisiana.

On cable, KATC is available on Cox Communications channel 5 (channel 3 in outlying areas of the market, including those in the Lake Charles area) in standard definition and on digital channel 1005 in high definition.

The station began operations on September 19, 1962, and was locally owned by Acadian Television Company. Conventional wisdom suggested it should have signed on as an NBC affiliate, but instead it took the ABC affiliation full-time. Previously, ABC had been limited to off-hours clearances on CBS affiliate KLFY-TV (channel 10). This was a very unusual move for a then two-station market, especially one of Lafayette’s size. Usually, ABC, as the smallest and weakest network, was relegated to secondary status on one or both of the existing stations. However, most of the region could view the full NBC schedule on Lake Charles’ KPLC-TV and Baton Rouge’s WBRZ-TV (the latter now a fellow ABC affiliate), both of which provided at least grade B coverage to much of the market. In contrast, no ABC affiliate even put a grade B signal into the area. Acadian Television apparently figured that if it linked up with ABC, it would not get much local competition.

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