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KMBC's ABC-affiliated sister stations under Hearst including in ; in ; in ; in and in also transmit high definition programming content – including local and syndicated programs – in this format.

In April 1954, Cook Paint and Varnish purchased Midland Broadcasting's television and radio holdings – KMBC-TV, KMBC radio and sister radio station (550 AM) in , – in a deal that transferred the rights to Midland's lease to the Victoria Theatre, at the intersection of East 18th Street and Central Avenue in , to Cook.After Cook formally assumed ownership of the station on June 14 of that year, KMBC-TV began occupying channel 9 full-time, absorbing WHB-TV's share of the operation and the lease to the Victoria Theatre, wherein Midland had rented space in the lower floors beneath the building's performance stage since it purchased the facility in 1947 to house the operations of KMBC radio and later KMBC-TV.Hearst-Argyle Television continued to maintain operational responsibilities for KCWE until 2001, when its parent company, the , bought the channel 29 license outright by way of an indirect subsidiary ( "KCWE-TV Company") separate from its broadcasting division.In July 2005, Hearst-Argyle announced plans to construct a new 53,000-square-foot (1.2-acre) facility at the Winchester Business Center (located at 6455 Winchester Avenue, near ) in southeastern Kansas City, Missouri to house the operations of KMBC and KCWE.As part of the deal, Meredith agreed to affiliate KCMO-TV (channel 5, now ) with CBS, as compensation for sister station in , (which rejoined CBS in September 1994) losing its affiliation with the network to KOOL-TV (now Fox owned-and-operated station ).

KMBC-TV subsequently signed an affiliation agreement with , granting it assumption of the Kansas City affiliation rights to that network from KCMO-TV, which had carried the network since its September 1953 sign-on in a dual-affiliation arrangement (KCMO also initially carried select programs from the on a part-time basis until the network ceased operations in August 1956).In June 1953, the (FCC) granted the proposal made by the Cook/Midland venture, and awarded the individual licenses for which the two companies had applied.Channel 9 first signed on the air as a shared operation on August 2 of that year.Eventually, the companies reached an agreement to combine their individual inquiries for the permit and jointly bid for the .Under the proposed deal, Cook Paint and Varnish and Midland Broadcasting agreed to an arrangement in which the two licensees would share the channel 9 allocation as well as a transmitter facility; although each company would structure their common television property as two separate stations, individually maintaining operational stewardship of their respective stations and operating from different studio facilities within the .The licensees borrowed the call letters of their shared television station from their respective radio properties: the Midland-owned station was assigned the KMBC-TV and the Cook-owned station was assigned the calls WHB-TV.