KBJR 6 Stations Closed Caption Information

KBJR 6 offers real-time closed captioning brought to you in part by the state of Minnesota for select newscasts, breaking events and special events.

Live Captioned Newscasts include:

6-7am, Mon-Fri (during KBJR 6 News Today)
KBJR 6 News at 5 pm, Mon-Fri
KBJR 6 News at 6pm, Mon-Fri
KBJR 6 News at 10pm, Mon-Fri

For immediate concerns about our closed captioning please contact us using one of the following methods. Email preferred.

Email: closedcaption@kbjr6.com
Phone: 218-481-6157
Fax: 218-418-6199

For non-immediate closed captioning concerns:
Name Brady Dreasler
Title Quincy Media, Inc. Director of Engineering
Address P.O. Box 80
Quincy, IL 62306-0909
Email closedcaption@qni.biz
Phone 217-221-3415
FAX 217-223-5019

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Clear tonight, Sunny Saturday!

TONIGHT: High pressure sits over the Great Lake states tonight and will keep us clear and on the cool side

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