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Headquartered in Duluth’s Canal Park, KBJR serves viewers and digital customers in the Twin Ports, Minnesota’s Iron Range and the north shore communities of Lake Superior as well as Northern Wisconsin and Michigan. 

KBJR 6 signed on in the spring of 1954 and became an NBC affiliate in October of 1955. We are proud to serve our communities with the best in news, weather and sports.  And we’re deeply involved in the communities we serve.  

KBJR 6 – Your Weather Authority
246 South Lake Avenue
Duluth, MN 55802

Phone numbers:
Newsroom: 218-720-9666
Sports Scores: 218-720-6231
Sports Office: 218-720-6213

General Email Address
News Department: newstips@kbjr6.com
Sports Department: sports@kbjr6.com
Weather Department: weather@kbjr.com
Comments: comments@kbjr6.com

Vice President & General Manager 
David Jensch

Director of Programming and Operations
Dustin DeSanto

Chief Engineer
Bill Hackbarth

News Director
Kevin Jacobsen

Content Manager

Briggs LeSavage

Social Media and Digital Content Manager
Krystal Frasier

Manager of Marketing and Community Relations
Ben Read

General Sales Manager 
Todd Wentworth

KBJR is a subsidiary of family-owned Quincy Media, Inc. 

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Ashland
53°
Hayward
50°
Superior
55°
Hibbing
International Falls
47°
Grand Marais
Ironwood
48°
Siren
Solon Springs
Munising
53°
Brainerd
60°
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Aitkin
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Cloquet
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Cook
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Ely
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Mora
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Moose Lake
Orr
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Two Harbors
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