Gray TV stations to host a televised Minnesota governor’s debate

ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) – Current Minnesota Governor Tim Walz and his Republican opponent Scott Jensen have agreed to a televised debate on October 18, hosted at KTTC-TV in Rochester and broadcast on all television stations Grays of Minnesota and Fargo, ND.

The debate will be broadcast from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 18. Although hosted at KTTC in Rochester, the show will air live in the Duluth (KBJR), Fargo-Moorhead (Valley News Live) and Mankato (KEYC) television markets, as well as each channel’s digital platform. Walz and Jensen will face a panel of reporters representing each of those markets, ready to ask the questions most important to voters residing there.

Gray Television owns or operates stations in all Minnesota broadcast markets except Minneapolis/St. Paul.

Gray Television, Inc. is a multimedia company headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. Gray is the largest owner of local TV channels and premier digital assets in the United States. Its television stations serve 113 television markets that collectively reach approximately 36% of US television households. This portfolio includes 80 markets with the highest rated TV channel and 100 markets with the first and/or second highest rated TV channel. It also owns video program companies Raycom Sports, Tupelo Media Group and PowerNation Studios, as well as studio production facilities Assembly Atlanta and Third Rail Studios. For more information, please visit www.gray.tv.

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