After Losing Its Building to Hurricane Harvey, KHOU Debuts New Downtown Studio

By Stephanie Tsoflias Siegel Comment

KHOU has been in a temporary studio since the station lost its building to Hurricane Harvey.

But the Tegna station in Houston is making strides towards settling into a permanent new home.

On Friday, the station debuted its new Avenida studio in downtown Houston.

“KHOU 11 has always had a big presence throughout the areas we serve, but we are thrilled to have this physical installation in one of the busiest areas of our city. With so many sporting events and activities taking place at Avenida or just around the corner, the new KHOU 11 studio will be a focal point for downtown coverage, and will allow our staff to have a more personal connection with the community. It’s just another big way KHOU stands for Houston,” news director Sally Ramirez told TVSpy.

This is not KHOU’s permanent home, however. The station’s new main studios will come later this year.

You can watch reporter Tiffany Craig give a tour of the new digs below.

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