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The nearby Gallivan Center is also featured in some KUTV programs.

Under CBS ownership, KUTV was one of five CBS-O&O stations that did not follow the "CBS Mandate" (the branding practice in which its owned-and-operated stations incorporate the network name), given the fact it was branded as "2News" as opposed to "CBS2" (which was used on now former sister stations WCBS-TV in New York City, WBBM-TV in Chicago and KCBS-TV in Los Angeles).

In 1960, KUTV became the market's NBC affiliate, trading affiliations with KCPX-TV (channel 4, now KTVX), which joined ABC.

The five other stations that did not incorporate network branding during KUTV's tenure as a CBS O&O—four of which continue not to do so this day—are WCCO-TV in Minneapolis–St.

Paul (branded as WCCO 4), KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh (branded as simply KDKA-TV or KDKA-TV 2, although there is an alternate but seldom used "CBS 2" logo), WJZ-TV in Baltimore (branded as WJZ 13), WBZ-TV in Boston (branded as simply WBZ) and WWJ-TV in Detroit (branded simply as WWJTV until 2012, when it rebranded as "CBS 62").

KUTV's programming is relayed on KMYU's second digital subchannel (VHF digital channel 12.2, mapped via PSIP to 2.1) in high definition to serve the southern portion of the Salt Lake City market not covered by the KUTV broadcast signal; the station also has a large network of broadcast translators that extend its over-the-air coverage throughout Utah as well as portions of Nevada and Wyoming.

The station first signed on the air on September 10, 1954, originally operating as an ABC affiliate. Carman & Associates and The Salt Lake Tribune, owned by the Kearns-Tribune Corporation.

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