|Channels||Digital: 48 (UHF)|
|Subchannels||48.1 My Network TV
48.2 This TV
|Translators||K41ID ch. 41 (UHF) Klamath Falls|
|Owner||Sainte Partners II, L.P.,
(sale to Northwest Broadcasting, Inc. pending)
(Sainte Television Group of Medford)
|Founded||July 3, 2006|
|Transmitter power||25.8 kW|
KFBI-LD (KFBI-TV on air) My 48 is a low-powered television station based in Medford, Oregon and is an affiliate of My Network TV. The station is currently owned and operated by Sainte Partners II, L.P. of Modesto, California. The company's chief executive officer and general manager is Robert Castro. The station is operated from Chico, California, but operations will be moved to Medford pending the sale to Northwest Broadcasting, Inc., owners of KMVU of Medford.
The station began using its My 48 logo when it launched on July 3, 2006, even though the network didn't officially start its programming until September of that year.
Local programming 
KFBI started airing Celebrate Jesus with Arbee Freeman, a locally-produced half-hour church service program in 2009, replacing The Moriss Taylor Show. It aired Sundays at 8:00am before being taken off the air in September 2010.
"Southern Oregon's Sports Leader" 
On March 13, 2007, KFBI became the new Rogue Valley flagship station of the NBA's Portland Trail Blazers basketball. It is also the Rogue Valley's flagship station for San Francisco Giants Major League Baseball games. In September 2009, KFBI aired its very first University of Oregon Ducks football game. In the spring of 2012, KFBI became the area's flagship station for the Portland Timbers Major League Soccer team.
Cable and satellite coverage 
KFBI, as of October 10, 2007, also became available on Dish Network on channels 48 and 7648.
|Cable Provider||Area||48.1 (MNTV)||48.2 (This TV)|
|Charter||Jackson & Josephine Counties||3 (SD)||292|
|Ashland TV||Ashland||95 (SD)||48.2|
|Northland Communications||Yreka, California||2 (SD)||N/A|
|48.1||KFBI-LD||Main KFBI programming / MyNetworkTV|
Station for sale 
In November 2007, it was announced that KFBI and sister station KMCW were up for sale, but was never purchased. It remained Sainte property from then on.
In April 2012, KFBI owners Sainte Television Group (aka Sainte Partners II) entered into a local marketing agreement with Bonten Media Group, a New York-based private equity group which owns Northern California ABC and MeTV affiliates KRCR-TV in Redding, California, and KAEF-TV in Eureka, California. Bonten now co-owns and operates Sainte's former Northern California stations in Chico, Redding and Eureka under the LMA. The LMA is a precursor to an outright purchase of the station. KFBI and its sister station KMCW were not included in the package. They are being sold (pending FCC approval) to California Oregon Broadcasting, Inc. of Medford, owners of KOBI NBC 5 and KOTI NBC 2.
- My 48 Website
- Sainte Partners website
- My 48 Facebook
- Query the FCC's TV station database for KFBI
- Query the FCC's TV station database for K41ID