K41IX

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K41IX
Medford, Oregon
Channels Analog: 41 (UHF)
Affiliations TBN
Owner Trinity Broadcasting Network
(sale to Regal Media pending)
First air date October 1988
Call letters' meaning translator calls sequentially assigned by the FCC
Transmitter power 12.1 kW
Facility ID 67959
Transmitter coordinates 42°25′41.00″N 123°0′4.00″W / 42.4280556°N 123.0011111°W / 42.4280556; -123.0011111 (K41IX)

K41IX was a low-power television station licensed to Medford, Oregon, United States. It was a repeater that broadcast programming from the Trinity Broadcasting Network, via satellite. The station broadcast on UHF channel 41, with no digital channel. It had a construction permit to flash-cut to channel 51 at 10 kW; this has since expired.

TBN took K41IX silent March 29, 2010 due to declining support, which has been attributed to the digital transition.[1] K41IX returned to the air on April 26, 2010.[2] On April 13, 2012, TBN sold 36 of its translators, including K41IX, to Regal Media, a broadcasting group headed by George Cooney, the CEO of the EUE/Screen Gems studios.[3]

The station's license was cancelled by the Federal Communications Commission on July 16, 2013.

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