KOAT News is a US TV station that runs at Virtual CH 7 and covers the entire Albuquerque, New Mexico area as well as Santa Fe’s State Capital. Channel 7 Albuquerque works under the ownership of Hearst Television, which is further managed by Hearst Communications. KOAT 7 takes its primary content from Hearst Communications. Get the KOAT live stream on local Albuquerque cable services and satellite networks. Moreover, it comes on-air over the antenna and can be accessed at koat.com. KOAT News follows the branding KOAT Action 7 for its news telecast. KOAT 7 News is your home to Albuquerque News, KOAT Breaking News, Sports (local/international), Politics, KOAT Weather, Community Coverage, Traffic Updates, and more.
Find local stories, Albuquerque MN News, Coronavirus update, and investigative stories in the station’s news section. Get detailed weather updates including current conditions, hourly/10day/weekend weather forecast, KOAT radar, closings and delays, and extended forecast. Other features include Matter of Fact, State of Addiction, As Seen on 7, KOATs for Kids, Alerts, Solutions Project, New Mexico United, Balloon Fiesta, uLocal, and Stitch.
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KOAT News Live Stream
Enjoy the breaking news Albuquerque, top stories, KOAT weather, live sports, and many other things at HD KOAT live stream. The quality is best, and you can watch it any time of the day. Even if your internet connection isn’t too much strong, you can still watch it since the streaming speed is perfect. Enjoy the wonderful political programs and thrilling drama series with a single tap.
Action 7 News Team
KOAT News team is one of the best teams in New Mexico both in terms of reporting and ethics. Of course, their duty includes reporting the best news to the public but they always keep in mind ethical values and morality. The anchors and reporters of the KOAT News team include Doug Fernandez, Ron Burke, Kalyn Norwood, Royale Da, John Cardinale, Stephanie Muniz, T.J. Wilham, Stella Sun, and others. Greg Shepperd Acts as a News Director of the KOAT Action 7 channel. Under his direction, the team covers everything from critical accidents to political discussions. Make sure to say Hello, if you meet any team member anywhere in Albuquerque.
Live Super Doppler 7 Team
KOAT Weather is one of the major focuses of KOAT TV 7. From 7-Day Forecast to Severe Weather Updates based on the KOAT Radar, the KOAT Weather team provides minute-by-minute updates to the viewers in Albuquerque. The team consists of four skilled meteorologists including Joe Diaz (Chief Meteorologist), Byron Morton, Kelly Franson, and Eric Green. They are the pillars of the weather section and understand the climate in New Mexico very well since they have been chasing weather for years. Moreover, the Live Super Doppler 7 team also handles the KOAT weather radar perfectly and crafts a powerful weather forecast based on the information provided by the radar. Stay in tune to get the latest updates on Albuquerque weather from these experienced meteorologists.
Kelly Franson: Meteorologist at KOAT Weather
Kelly Franson has been covering Albuquerque weather since April 2019. She is one of the skilled personalities that the KOAT Weather team has in its squad. Franson presents the latest weather forecast based on the KOAT Radar for the people of Albuquerque at 4 pm every Monday to Friday. Kelly did BS in Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology at The University of North Dakota. Prior to joining KOAT 7 News, Franson was a Communications Specialist at the Edmonds School of Districts for one year from April 2018 to April 2019.
She also worked for KIRO 7 as a Content Creator and Meteorologist from December 2014 to December 2017. In September 2007, Kelly joined WBTV as a Reporter and a Meteorologist. She served the channel for almost 7 and a half years. Her other work experience includes being Chief Meteorologist and Environmental Reporter at KBOI from November 2005 to August 2007, Chief Meteorologist at KIDK from April 2003 to November 2005, and General Assignment Reporter at KVLY from August 2002 to December 2002.
KOAT Action 7 News and Weather App
The newly redesigned KOAT Action 7 News and Weather App is now even better. Access the day’s biggest news, videos, and slideshows all from the home screen. Story pages are now more detailed with embedded images and videos. You can now watch a story and read a story at the same time, which is a great feature for multitaskers. The latest KOAT News app also features a customizable weather widget giving you 24/7 access to interactive KOAT Radar, hour-by-hour forecast, and quick-casts from the Live Super Doppler Weather Team. Catch up to the latest newscast live or immediately after it aired with the new improved KAOT live steam bar that is always at the top of the app. Other features include the KOAT TV Schedule, Community Coverage, Albuquerque News Today, and KOAT school closings.
KOAT TV 7 Programming
KOAT Channel 7 programming list includes shows that air from Monday to Sunday on the live TV or over different streaming platforms via KOAT live stream. The Shows include Action 7 News Live, Soul of a Nation, Rams 360, Action 7 News More in the Morning Saturday, ABC News Nightline, and College Football Scoreboard.
|20/20||Action 7 News Live at 10 pm||Soul of a Nation||Rams 360|
|Jimmy Kimmel Live||Today’s Homeowner With Danny Lipford||ABC News Nightline||Action 7 News More in the Morning Saturday|
|College Football Scoreboard||Good Morning America Saturday||NCAA Football||SSN Sports Pure Outdoor|
|Nashville Insider||ABC Fall Preview||Wipeout||Storm of Suspicion|
|Central Avenue||Inside Investigations||Ready, Set, Renovate!||Raceweek|
|This Week With George Stephanopoulos||Coffee With America||Ocean Treks With Jeff Corwin||Free Enterprise|
|Hearts of Heroes Just in Time||Incredible Dog Challenge||WNBA Basketball||Celebrity Family Feud|
|ABC World News Tonight With David Muir||Incredible Dog Challenge||Teen Kids News||Teen Kids News|
|Castle||America’s Funniest Home Videos||The Chase||The View|
|To Tell the Truth||The Dr. Oz Show||The Ellen DeGeneres Show||Entertainment Tonight|
About KOAT News
ABC News Albuquerque first hit the air on 28 September 1953. It was the second TV station to begin operations, the first one was KGGM CH 13. The studios of KOAT TV are situated in Northeast Albuquerque’s Carlisle Boulevard. However, the station’s transmitter lies on Sandia Crest.