It was the second tallest structure in the world, after the KVLY-TV mast in North Dakota, when it was built; in recent years it was tied with 15 other 2000-foot masts, all built after it, as the fifth tallest structure in the world (sixth counting the submerged Petronius Platform).

In addition to the analog and digital transmitters of its namesake KATV, it also hosted the analog transmitter of KETS, the flagship station of the Arkansas Educational Television Network; KETS' digital transmitter is at the nearby Clear Channel Broadcasting Tower Redfield.
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