April 25, 2006

KING5 Presents Gifts of Life: A Children's Healthlink Special with Jean Enersen

SEATTLE -- At least two thousand children across the country are waiting right now for an organ transplant. Their anxious parents usually have no idea if or when that organ will come or if it will come in time. From life on the waiting list to the drama of surgery, see how organ transplants can change young lives in Gifts of Life: A Children's Healthlink Special with Jean Enersen. The one-hour program airs Saturday, April 29 at 9 p.m. on KING 5.

Gifts of Life follows several local families in their hope for a donated kidney, liver or heart.

Children profiled include:

Gifts of Life is produced in partnership with Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center.

Gifts of Life will air region wide on NorthWest Cable News, Monday, May 1st at 8 p.m.

About KING-TV
KING 5 is part of Belo Corp., one of the nation's largest media companies with a diversified group of market-leading television, newspaper, cable and interactive media assets. A Fortune 1000 company with 7,700 employees and $1.5 billion in annual revenues, Belo operates in some of America's most dynamic markets in Texas, the Northwest, the Southwest, Rhode Island, and the Mid-Atlantic. Belo owns 19 television stations, six of which are in the 15 largest U.S. broadcast markets. The Company also owns or operates seven cable news channels and manages one television station through a local marketing agreement. Belo's daily newspapers are The Dallas Morning News, The Providence Journal, The Press-Enterprise (Riverside, CA) and the Denton Record-Chronicle (Denton, TX). The Company also publishes specialty publications targeting young adults and the fast-growing Hispanic market, including Quick and Al Dia in Dallas/Fort Worth, and El D and La Prensa in Riverside. Belo operates more than 30 Web sites associated with its operating companies. Additional information is available at www.belo.com or by contacting Carey Hendrickson, vice president/Investor Relations & Corporate Communications, at 214-977-6626.