|Channels||Digital: 23 (UHF)|
|Owner||Univision Communications, Inc.
(UniMas Sacramento, LLC)
|Founded||June 12, 1997|
|First air date||June 12, 1997|
|Former callsigns||K23DH (1992-1993)
|Former affiliations||TeleFutura (2002-2004)|
|Transmitter power||4.5 kW|
|Height||85 m (279 ft)|
KEZT-CD is a Home Shopping Network affiliate for the Sacramento, California metro area, owned and operated by Univision Communications. It first aired programming from the Telefutura network, then when that network acquired KTFK-TV (channel 64), channel 23 switched to Home Shopping Network. This made KEZT one of two television stations owned by Univision to broadcast in English (along with KUVI-DT, the MyNetworkTV affiliate for Bakersfield); however, it re-airs a Spanish-language newscast and two Spanish-language public affairs programs from KUVS-DT (channel 19) on Sunday mornings to meet Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requirements regarding local programming on class A television stations.
Since it was a class-A low-power analog station, it stayed on the air well after the June 2009 cutoff, but left the air on January 26, 2012. It was replaced with a digital broadcast (in 4x3 standard-def with 2-channel sound) the same day.
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