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    Live Newscasts, Breaking News, Up To The Minute Weather, Sports Updates and Traffic Alerts.

    KMIR mobile offers extensive coverage of the stories that matter most from the NBC affiliate in Palm Springs, CA.

    Watch KMIR News All Day Long!

    Starting at 5 a.m. with Dan Ball, to KMIR News at 11 p.m. with Thalia Hayden and Gino LaMont, our app provides you Coachella Valley and Southern California news throughout the day powered by www.KMIR.com.

    App features include:

    -The latest weather forecast from your KMIR Weather Team including Chief Meteorologist Ginger Jeffries, Soumada Smith in the morning, and Bryan Gallo on the weekend
    -Your Health Matters reports from Janet Zappala
    -Local and state politics and government, including updates from Riverside County and Sacramento
    -News, sports and weather photos from around the Coachella Valley
    -Videos from our latest newscasts, as well as web exclusive videos
    -Traffic alerts for I-10 and Coachella Valley roadways that could impact your commute
    - The latest information from the You Ask. We Investigate.© reports brought exclusively to you by KMIR News
    -Station contests and promotions
    -School closings and safety alerts
    -A way to submit your story to our You Ask. We Investigate.© Team
    Plus, you can easily share this content and connect to your friends and family using the Facebook and Twitter feature on our app!

    Version 4.35.630058622

    Bug fixes and Performance updates.

    Ratings and Reviews

    Love the update!

    Big changes on this new version! Great local and national news feed. You can even watch the Livestream of the broadcast without commercials!

    Users should have more controls

    I allowed notifications for this app. I want to get news about Palm Springs. I don’t want to get notifications about every single Olympic event. As far as I can tell, there’s no way to configure the app to send me only what I want. As a result, I have to turn notifications off, which will reduce my number of visits. And, if I’m not the only one who feels this way, that may affect ad revenue because of the reduced number of visitors to the site.

    Why bother?

    Forget coming here for any kind of breaking news...or barely current news either.
    In a word, stale. KESQ isn’t much better...
    I think the app is just an afterthought, and no effort is put forth to make it a viable go-to source for any real news.
    There was a multi agency fire in Cathedral City last night...12 Engines responding. Nothing about it on the app this morning. Last night at eleven pm, KESQ led with the story, with a reporter on scene...KMIR, oops sorry...NBC Palm Springs ... led with old news.. Same effort put forth on this app apparently..

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    NBC affiliate in Palm Springs, California

    Television station in California, United States

    KMIR-TV 36 NBC Palm Springs.png
    ChannelsDigital: 26 (UHF)
    Virtual: 36 (PSIP)
    BrandingNBC Palm Springs (general)
    NBC Palm Springs News(newscasts)
    MeTV Palm Springs (on DT2)
    OwnerEntravision Communications
    (Entravision Holdings, LLC)

    Sister stations


    First air date

    September 15, 1968 (53 years ago) (1968-09-15)

    Former channel number(s)

    36 (UHF, 1968–2009)
    46 (UHF, 2002–2019)

    Call sign meaning

    Hotel el MIRador (The Viewer Hotel), The Mirage Television or Kingdom of Mirage International Religious

    Licensing authority

    Facility ID16749
    ERP1,000 kW
    HAAT212.5 m (697 ft)
    Transmitter coordinates33°52′0″N116°26′2″W / 33.86667°N 116.43389°W / 33.86667; -116.43389

    Public license information


    KMIR-TV, virtual channel 36 (UHFdigital channel 26), is an NBC-affiliatedtelevision stationlicensed to Palm Springs, California, United States and serving the Coachella Valley in California's Inland Empire. Owned by Entravision Communications, it is a sister station to MyNetworkTV affiliate KPSE-LD (channel 50, also licensed to Palm Springs) and Indio-licensed Univision affiliate KVER-CD (channel 41) and UniMás affiliate KEVC-CD (channel 5). KMIR and KPSE share studios on Parkview Drive in Palm Desert; KEVC and KVER maintain separate facilities on Corporate Way, also in Palm Desert. KMIR's transmitter is located atop Edom Hill in Cathedral City.

    On cable, the station is available on Charter Spectrum channel 13 in both standard and high definition.[1]


    The station was the first to broadcast in the Coachella Valley on 15 September 1968. Airing an analog signal on UHF channel 36, it has been an NBC affiliate from the start. Actor John Conte owned the station through the Desert Empire TV Corporation,[2] and was the proprietor of the Hotel el MIRador in Palm Springs, from which the call letters were derived. Desert Regional Medical Center now occupies the site of the old hotel. Today, one can still see the El Mirador broadcasting tower standing in front of the hospital. This is where the station originally transmitted from. The current tower is a replica structure emulating the original, which was destroyed in a 1989 fire.

    Journal Communications acquired KMIR from Conte in 1999 for $30 million. In 2008, the station celebrated its 40th anniversary. In October 2013, Journal reached a deal to sell KMIR to OTA Broadcasting for $17 million.[3][4] The sale was completed on January 1, 2014,[5] making KMIR the company's first station affiliated with one of the Big Four television networks.

    KMIR logo with cable channel 6 branding

    Along with the other major Coachella Valley stations, KMIR formerly identified itself on-air using its cable designation (at that time, channel 6) rather than its over-the-air digital channel position. This unusual practice (also common in the Fort Myers–Naples, Floridamarket, where KMIR's former sister station WFTX-TV serves as the market's Fox affiliate) stems in part from Palm Springs's exceptionally high cable penetration rate of 80.5%, which is one of the highest in the United States.[6] As of 2014[update], the station branded simply with its call letters.

    KMIR logo after dropping the cable channel 6 branding, used until 15 September 2018

    Due to its low-power status, KPSE-LP was pulled from Time Warner Cable systems at midnight on 11 July 2013 in a retransmission consent dispute with Time Warner; KMIR continued to air on the system for thirteen days after due to rules disallowing full-power stations from being pulled during a sweeps period.[7] KMIR, along with all Journal stations, was pulled at midnight on 25 July 2013 off Time Warner systems at the end of the sweeps period.[8] The station's evening newscasts were simulcast by KRET-CA on Time Warner channel 14 during the dispute.[9] On September 20, 2013, a deal was reached to return Journal's stations, including KMIR and KPSE, to Time Warner Cable; as part of the deal, KMIR's standard definition channel moved to channel 13, the former location for KPSE (which moved to channel 20). KMIR's previous position, cable channel 6, is now occupied by Game Show Network.[1] With the station no longer carried on channel 6 on any cable or satellite systems in the Coachella Valley, the station rebranded in late 2013, dropping the '6' from its logo.

    On 21 July 2017, it was announced that Spanish-language broadcaster Entravision Communications (minority owned by Univision Communications) was acquiring KMIR and KPSE-LD for $21 million. The sale to Entravision made both stations sister to KEVC-CD, KVER-CD and KVES-LD.[10] The transaction was completed on November 1.[11]

    On 16 September 2018, coinciding with the station's 50th anniversary, KMIR-TV rebranded as "NBC Palm Springs".[12]

    Digital channels[edit]

    The station's digital signal is multiplexed:

    News operation[edit]

    KMIR-TV presently broadcasts 28 hours of news per week (with 5 hours each weekday and 1½ hours each on Saturdays and Sundays).

    The station's newscasts are produced in full 1080i High Definition, including all video from the field. In September 2014, the station launched a new 21:00 newscast on sister station KPSE. It also produces a 22:00 newscast on KPSE known as KMIR News at 22:00 on KPSE My TV. Former sister stationKTNV-TV in Las Vegas provided the station's weather forecasts until the start of 2015, when the station hired former Connecticut-based meteorologist Geoff Fox, However, on 4 August 2015, KMIR announced that Ginger Jeffries (former meteorologist on KESQ-TV) was making the switch to KMIR;[14] replacing Geoff Fox due to his contract being "terminated". KMIR does not have a dedicated sports department, but its news department covers major sporting events and the station extensively covers high school football on Friday nights during football season.

    KMIR newscasts focus heavily on the station's news brand "You Ask. We Investigate" with stories submitted by viewers. In May 2013, the station launched the franchise "The Eyesore Next Door" focusing on viewer reports of eyesore properties across the Coachella Valley.

    Since 2012, the station's newscasts have seen an increase in viewership. In the May 2013 sweeps period, KMIR was top-rated at 5pm and 6pm. in the coveted adults 25-54 demographic. The station's newscasts generally place 2nd in the Nielsen ratings in the Palm Springs market in households but win some newscast time periods in the adults 25-54 demographic.

    In 2018, KMIR News received a Golden Mic for the "Best Newscast in Southern California" from the Radio and Television Association of Southern California.[15]

    See also[edit]


    1. ^ abSolinksy, Matt (September 20, 2013). "KMIR to rejoin Time Warner Cable lineup at different channel number later Friday". The Desert Sun. Retrieved September 20, 2013.
    2. ^https://www.americanradiohistory.com/Archive-BC-YB/1977/B%20Section%20TV%20Broadcasting%20Yearbook%201977%20P-5.pdf
    3. ^"OTA Broadcasting Grabs Palm Springs Station Pair". Broadcasting & Cable. 4 October 2013. Retrieved October 4, 2013.
    4. ^Newkirk, Barrett (4 October 2013). "KMIR and KPSE My 13 sold to OTA Broadcasting LLC". The Desert Sun. Retrieved 5 October 2013.
    5. ^Consummation Notice, CDBS Public Access, Federal Communications Commission, Retrieved 8 January 2014.
    6. ^http://tvb.org/rcentral/markettrack/Cable_and_ADS_Penetration_by_DMA.asp
    7. ^Atagi, Colin (11 July 2013). "KPSE TV pulled from Time Warner lineup". The Desert Sun. Archived from the original on 11 July 2013. Retrieved 11 July 2013.
    8. ^McCain, Marie (25 June 2013). "KMIR removed from Time Warner lineup; Coachella Valley NBC-affiliate still available on other distributors, TWC negotiations continuing". The Desert Sun. Archived from the original on 27 July 2013. Retrieved 25 July 2013.
    9. ^McCain, Marie (26 July 2013). "KMIR newscasts airing on Time Warner Cable during dispute; KRET, Channel 14, to show newscasts while KMIR, Channel 6, is off local cable lineup". The Desert Sun. Archived from the original on 3 August 2013. Retrieved 3 August 2013.
    10. ^Entravision Buying 2 Palm Springs Stations - TvNewsCheck
    11. ^Consummation Notice - Federal Communications Commission
    12. ^Dolan, Casey (17 September 2018). "KMIR is now NBC Palm Springs". Cactus Hugs. Retrieved September 18, 2018.
    13. ^http://www.rabbitears.info/market.php?request=station_search&callsign=KMIR#station
    14. ^Staff, KMIR News. "Ginger Jeffries Makes the Switch to KMIR News". Retrieved 2015-09-02.
    15. ^https://kmir.com/2018/07/08/entravision-palm-springs-wins-two-regional-emmy-awards/

    External links[edit]

    Television stations in Palm Springs, California and the Coachella Valley of the Inland Empire

    Full-powered stations
    Low-powered stations
    • KCWQ-LD (2.3 CW+)
    • KAKZ-LD 4 (NewsNet)
    • KEVC-CD 5 (5.1 UniMás, 5.2 Stadium, 5.3 Comet, 5.4 Charge!, 5.5 KLOB-FM)
    • KVPS-LD 8/ 19 (Spanish-language religious)
    • KYAV-LD 12 (News)
    • KUNA-LP 15 (TMD)
    • KODG-LP (17.1 PBS-HD, 17.2 OC, 17.3 DS, 17.4 World, 17.5 Kids)
    • KJHP-LP 18/K09XW-D (24.1 PBS, 24.2 FNX, 24.3 PBS Desert Cities, 24.4 Create)
    • KMXX 20 (Azteca)
    • K21DO-D 21/ 43 "KNDO" (3ABN)
    • KSHT-LD (22.1/ 27 Ind.)
    • KDFX-CD (33.2 Fox)
    • KPSP-CD (38.1 CBS)
    • KVER-CD 41 / KVES-LD 28 (41.1 UNI, 41.2 UniMás, 41.3 Mystery, 41.4 Laff, 41.5 KPST-FM)
    • KRET-CD (45.1 H&I, 45.2 Antenna TV, 45.3 This TV, 45.4 COZI TV)
    • KIJR-LP 47 (Ind. / Religious)
    • K49HV 49 (SBN)
    • KPSE-LD (50.1 MNTV, 50.2 Grit, 50.3 Bounce, 50.4 Court TV, 50.5 KLOB-FM)
    Cable channels
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    NBC Palm Springs sports reporter Olivia Garvey leaving for Washington, D.C.

    After 15 months at her hometown station, NBC Palm Springs sports reporter Olivia Garvey is moving on up. 

    Garvey, a Palm Desert High School graduate and daughter of former Dodgers and Padres great Steve Garvey, announced during Friday's 6 p.m. newscast that it was her last day at the station. 

    She did not disclose what her next job would be, but she did confirm that she will be moving to the Washington, D.C., area. If you like to keep track of these things, the Coachella Valley is the 141st biggest television market in the United States and Washington is the 7th largest. 

    "Obviously I'm really excited and I learned so much from my family here at NBC Palm Springs," Garvey said. "I had never been on air before; I had always been in an editing bay. So I can't thank everyone around here enough for making me the reporter I am now."

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    Olivia Garvey is leaving NBC Palm Springs after 15 months for a new opportunity in Washington, D.C.

    During her final send-off on the Friday night sportscast, Garvey thanked her colleagues, of course, but also the coaches, athletic directors and student-athletes in the valley. 

    Garvey herself was a desert athlete, playing softball and cheerleading at Palm Desert High School before graduating in 2012. That made covering the area extra special, she said. 

    "I loved showcasing the high school kids in the desert, I think because I was one and it was fun to see it from a different angle," said the 25-year-old. "I played sports in high school so I didn't watch them much, but to see all that passion and get to show it was fun for me. I loved those Friday Night Lights high school football shows. They were tense but that's where I learned the most, I think."

    NBC Palm Springs News Director Gino Lamont said he would've loved to see Garvey stay longer, but it was not a shock to him that her tenure was short. He said that around December, he started fielding calls from four or five different affiliates and cable channels about Garvey. 

    "The fact that she wasn't here very long is not a big surprise. The word was out, and this town is kind of famous for launching careers. How often have you seen someone leave the desert and five years later you see them on national TV or in a big market?" Lamont said. "Even though 15 months is a short run for someone moving to such a big market, she's incredibly talented, the camera loves her, she's hard-working and grew up in sports. She's passionate about the topic and that comes across on camera."

    He said she was a natural as far as sports knowledge and her on-air presence.

    "All we had to teach her were some of the technical things of being on air, and then we just press the right buttons and let her go," he said. "From Day One, it was clear she could do this."

    As far as replacing her, Lamont said there's not a big rush with sports all but canceled in the near future, and the relative dead period of the summer in the desert. He said he expects to have a replacement in place before the high school football season starts in the fall. 

    Garvey said the coronavirus concerns are making things a little tricky, logistically. She is technically supposed to start her new job the first week of June, but obviously that could be in flux. She's already resigned herself to the notion that she's going to have to find an apartment online without actually seeing it in person before she gets to the East Coast. 

    Aside from the big jump in markets, it will be a leap for Garvey to move across the country. It was a unique situation in the desert as she was able to report the sports and then come home to her famously sports-loving family. 

    She said she's going to miss those post-show breakdowns with her family the most. 

    "I'm a homebody and I'm very close with my family, so to come home and see my dad after a show and he's giving me his critiques," she said. "That's what I'm going to miss the most, especially with a sports family that knows all the lingo and stuff, I'm going to miss coming home to them to talk sports. That's going to be difficult for me. I've just been really lucky."

    Shad Powers is a columnist for The Desert Sun. Reach him at [email protected]

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