Name: KUSI News San Diego
Call Sign: KUSI
Location: San Diego, California, United States
Genre: Local News, Entertainment
Website: KUSI San Diego Homepage
KUSI News is one of the few local, but independent television channels in the country that receives decent viewing numbers. KUSI TV has been on the air since 1982, when began operations as a general entertainment station. It began offering San Diego local news broadcasts in 1990 with a simple 10:00 PM hourly newscast each night. Since then, the station has gradually added more news coverage, so that it has regularly scheduled broadcasts throughout the day. KUSI News developed a reputation for investigative and consumer watchdog segments led by Michael Turko, and The Turko Files. The station is perhaps best known for bringing on John Coleman, founder of the Weather Channel, as its Chief Meteorologist from 1994 until 2014.
KUSI News’ rating of 8.8 out of 10 is based on a number of factors. One of the biggest ‘pros’ is that KUSI News San Diego live streams its news broadcasts as they air. San Diego also has a video collection so viewers can watch the day’s news on demand, earning it further points. More about our rating method.
If you want to learn more about KUSI than what’s in our review, use the buttons in the ‘Visit this station around the web’ box. Also, if you just want to go straight to the KUSI weather section, click on our ‘Extras’ button above. Finally, If you’re interested in a different station or stream, use the search box at the top of the page.
KUSI News is owned by McKinnon Broadcasting Company.
Check out how KUSI News San Diego compares to other local stations in the San Diego area.
KUSI News has a public information file maintained by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC). To go directly to KUSI’s FCC file, click the FCC button above.
The FCC’s station profile will contain important information about San Diego that falls within the public domain. For example, it may disclose such details as political advertisement time the station has sold (or given away), ownership particulars, or pending applications for programming changes.
If you’re a public relations rep, you may want to mail some promotional materials to the station or get in touch with a specific member of its team. If you’re a curious viewer, you might be interested in arranging a tour of the station’s facilities. In either case, in addition to the contact info above, here are some more ways to get in touch—
By mail: 4575 Viewridge Ave San Diego, CA 92123-1623. Phone: 858-571-5151. Fax: 858-576-9317. Email: email@example.com