K33CG was a low-power television station serving Sierra Vista, Arizona and the San Pedro Valley. It operated on analog channel 33 as a TBN affiliate and was owned by Richard Richards of St. David, Arizona. The station's transmitter was located atop Mule Mountain west of Bisbee, Arizona. Although the station transmitted with only 1 Watt of power, its signal reached Sierra Vista, its city of license.
History [ edit ]
An original construction permit for a low-power station on channel 33 was issued on November 21, 1988 to Richard Richards. The station was licensed on January 11, 1991. In 2001, the owner applied to increase the station's power, but the application was dismissed when the government of
Mexico objected to the modifications.
The station's license was cancelled by the
Federal Communications Commission on October 7, 2014 for failure to file a renewal application.
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