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KVLY-TV channel 11 is the NBC and CBS affiliate for Fargo, North Dakota, serving eastern North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 44 (or virtual channel 11.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter tower near Blanchard. The station can also be seen on cable channel 11 in most areas of the market. There is a high definition signal offered on Midcontinent digital channel 611 and Cable One digital channel 1011. A CBS-affiliated "KX-4" subchannel (formerly KXJB-TV) can be seen on cable channel 4 or 9 in most areas of the market ( DirecTV channel 9) and in high definition on Midcontinent digital channel 604 and Cable One digital channel 1004.

KVLY's studio facilities located on 21st Avenue South in Fargo. In addition to its main studio in Fargo, KVLY operates a news bureau and sales office in the US Bank building in downtown Grand Forks. KVLY is considered a part of the NBC North Dakota state network of NBC affiliates, although it originates separate programming and newscasts from flagship and sister station KFYR-TV in Bismarck.

Syndicated programming on KVLY includes Dr. Phil, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Live! with Kelly and Michael, Wheel of Fortune among others. The "KX-4" subchannel carries Extra, Jeopardy!, Inside Edition, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire among others.

The station is most notable for using the third tallest above-ground structure in the world for broadcasting its signal, rising high. KVLY is owned by Gray Television. The KVLY tower was at one time the tallest structure in the world and it is currently the tallest structure in The Western Hemisphere. The KRDK-TV tower is located just 6 miles from the KVLY tower.