KHOU 11 Media Solutions - the power and reach to deliver your messaging!
KHOU 11 News content is available across multiple platforms, providing the most comprehensive mix of local, regional and national news, business and culture. Our highly engaged audience makes us an attractive environment for advertisers who are interested in highly targeted campaigns. KHOU.com can help position your brand front and center, help you make local connections and grow your business. KHOU.com has widespread local reach in the Houston DMA and can work with you to develop customized targeting options to deliver your message to your best prospects.
KHOU 11 and KHOU.com gives smart marketers the audience and the tools to deliver results. The advertising environment continues to proliferate however, KHOU 11 can help you reach your audience on TV, online, mobile and tablet - successful, motivated consumers who influence their peers and lead the trends in every advertising category.
Social Media is important to KHOU 11. Our social footprint continues to grow and is an effective platform for targeted sweepstakes opportunities.
How can we help you? KHOU 11 and KHOU.com are eager to help you with ad targeting, custom sponsorships, video, email campaigns, mobile strategies, creative services, multimedia reporting, and can design options that meet your goals and budget.
For advertising information on KHOU-TV Channel 11 contact:
Director of Local Sales:
For advertising information on KHOU.com contact:
Director of Digital Sales:
KHOU.com is proud to partner with DataSphere Technologies Inc. DataSphere is responsible for powering our community calendar and offering geographically-targeted advertising opportunities across KHOU.com. DataSphere, in partnership with more than 100 U.S. television stations, helps local businesses across the country raise their visibility, convert more customers, and gain a competitive edge with custom marketing packages targeted to specific neighborhoods and communities.
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KHOU-TV Sales Department
1945 Allen Parkway
Houston, TX 77019
KHOU 11 is owned and operated by TEGNA, Inc. TEGNA includes 46 television stations (including those serviced by TEGNA) and is the largest independent station group of major network affiliates in the top 25 markets. TEGNA Media reaches approximately one-third of all television households nationwide and represents the #1 NBC affiliate group, #1 CBS affiliate group and #4 ABC affiliate group (excluding owner-operators). Millions of consumers turn to TEGNA Media throughout their day to navigate their world more successfully. Our journalists take their First Amendment responsibilities seriously and deliver relevant, innovative and impactful content. Combined, TEGNA’s TV stations, across 23 states, are renowned for their outstanding journalism and have been recognized with numerous national honors including Edward R. Murrow, Alfred I. duPont, George Foster Peabody, National Headliner, George Polk and Emmy awards. For more information,www.tegna.com.
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