|Station||Channel||City||Affiliation||On air now?||Frequency||Now|
|KRBC-TV||9||Abilene, TX||CBS/NBC/DuMont (August 1953–circa 1955)||yes||VHF|
|KGNC-TV||4||Amarillo, TX||NBC(primary)/DuMont (Mar 1953–1956†)||yes||VHF||now KAMR-TV|
|KTBC-TV||7||Austin, TX||CBS(primary)/ABC/DuMont/NBC (Nov 1952–1956†)||yes||VHF|
|XELD||7||Brownsville, TX||ABC/CBS/DuMont/NBC (Sept 1951–1956†)||yes||VHF||now XHAB-TV|
|KVDO||22||Corpus Christi, TX||NBC/CBS/DuMont (June 1954–1956†)||no||UHF||reassigned to Galveston (now KLTJ)|
|KBTV||8||Dallas-Ft Worth, TX||DuMont (Sept 1949–1950); NBC/ABC/DuMont (circa 1952)||yes||VHF||now WFAA-TV|
|KROD-TV||4||El Paso, TX||CBS/ABC/DuMont (circa 1955)||yes||VHF||now KDBC-TV|
|KLEE-TV||2||Houston, TX||NBC (primary)/CBS/ABC/DuMont (Jan 1949–1956†)||yes||VHF||now KPRC-TV|
|KNUZ||39||Houston, TX||DuMont (to Nov 1954); ABC thereafter||yes||UHF||now KTRK-TV on channel 13, channel 39 now KIAH|
|KDUB-TV||12||Lubbock, TX||CBS/DuMont (Nov 1952-circa 1955)||yes||VHF||now KLBK-TV|
|KEYL||5||San Antonio, TX||ABC/CBS/DuMont (Feb 1950–1956†)||yes||VHF||now KENS|
|KANG-TV||34||Waco, TX||DuMont (November 1953–December 1955)||no||UHF|
|KWFT-TV||6||Wichita Falls, TX||CBS/DuMont (March 1953–circa 1955)||yes||VHF||now KAUZ-TV|
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Famous quotes containing the word texas:
“The safety of the republic being the supreme law, and Texas having offered us the key to the safety of our country from all foreign intrigues and diplomacy, I say accept the key ... and bolt the door at once.”
—Andrew Jackson (17671845)
“During the cattle drives, Texas cowboy music came into national significance. Its practical purpose is well knownit was used primarily to keep the herds quiet at night, for often a ballad sung loudly and continuously enough might prevent a stampede. However, the cowboy also sang because he liked to sing.... In this music of the range and trail is the grayness of the prairies, the mournful minor note of a Texas norther, and a rhythm that fits the gait of the cowboys pony.”
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“The pleasure of jogging and running is rather like that of wearing a fur coat in Texas in August: the true joy comes in being able to take the damn thing off.”
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