|Channels||Digital: 42 (UHF)
|Founded||November 8, 1993|
|Former callsigns||K42DU (1993-1997)
|Transmitter power||7.2 kW|
KLNM-LD channel 42 is America One television, a variety network with americaone.com as its feed. And KLNM-LD 42.2 is TBN Enlace in espanol religious television station in Lufkin, Texas, broadcasting locally on channel 42.2 as an affiliate of the Trinity Broadcasting Network. The stations are owned by Millennium Communications.
On June 12, 2009, the digital TV conversion period for full-service stations ended. KLNM-LP was not affected by this mandate since it is a low-power station, however, the FCC listed a construction permit for a low-power digital signal.
In March 2010, KLNM began broadcasting a digital format on both its America One network feed and TBN Enlace feed.
In April 2011, KLNM began broadcasting on SuddenLink Communications on Channel 16 in Lufkin and Nacogdoches. They offer a variety of local programming, as well as a national feed.
In August 2011, KLNM joined Consolidated Communications On Demand content providers, reaching Lufkin, Conroe, Katy, and The Woodlands.
On December 1, 2011 KLNM entered into a contractual agreement with AMGTV providing 24/7 affiliate feed to The Lufkin, Nacogdoches area via KLNM 42.2. In an effort to increase viewers to its primetime format, 42.1 will also run movies and primetime feed from AMGTV along with its local content and locally produced shows.
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