Notice something different about our website and mobile apps? As of August 1st, our Scripps television websites, as well as our iOS and Android mobile apps, have a brand new look and feel.
Tap the link below for your device to update your app:
Q2 News App for iOS
If tapping this iOS link does not work for you, please do one of the following:
- In your web browser, manually type in this link: https://ktvq.com/newapp
- Or, open the App Store app on your iPhone or iPad and search for "Q2 News Billings" by the developer named "E.W. Scripps Company".
(Note: This is a separate new iOS app to download, which is free. The old app will no longer provide news updates. This separate new iOS app download is needed because of the recent change of ownership with our television station.)
KTVQ News App for Android
(Note: This is an update to the existing Android app. If your Android device did not auto-update your app for you, tap this link to get the update installed on top of this app version.)
You will still get all the up-to-the-minute breaking news, accurate weather and in-depth investigations, but in a new package. We’ve spent months talking with readers and viewers to understand what’s most important. The new website and mobile app design is a direct result of that feedback.
The new design brings a bold, fresh focus to the biggest news of the day. At the top of the website homepage, our showcase area spotlights top stories with big images and large headlines so you can see what’s important at a glance on your phone or computer. Below that, the new list-style presentation is streamlined to offer an easier browsing experience across desktop and mobile.
When you click or tap on a story, you’ll see a new article format. Big headlines followed by a simple and uncluttered reading experience will make articles easier to read and scan.
Readers told us “being able to find what I’m looking for” is a top priority. We’ve simplified our navigation to reflect the things our newsroom does best. If you want to dig deeper, the website menu button at the top left of the page lets you drill down into our coverage areas.
Our website search is still in a familiar spot at the top left of the page, but new to the website design are the “Watch Live” and “Alerts” buttons at the top right of the website. “Watch Live” will notify you any time we are streaming live news, whether that’s a scheduled newscast or breaking live coverage. The website's “Alerts” button points you to all alerts posted over the last 24 hours so you don’t miss a thing.
Not only have we redesigned the experience, but we’ve rebuilt the code of our site from scratch. What does this mean for you? The pages will load faster and you will get updates quicker.
We’re excited to see the new site in action and hope you are too. Let’s keep the conversation going.