KYMB-LD

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KYMB-LD
KYMB MeTV logo.png
Monterey, California
Branding Me-TV Monterey
This TV Monterey (DT2)
Slogan Your Hometown Station
Channels Digital: 27 (UHF)
Subchannels 27.1 Me-TV
27.2 This TV
27.3 Coastal TV
27.4 America One
27.5 ZUUS Latino
27.6 ZUUS Country
Affiliations Me-TV (2011-present)
This TV
Coastal TV
America One
ZUUS Latino
ZUUS Country
Owner Cocola Broadcasting
(Monterey Bay Television LLC)
Founded July 31, 2007
Call letters' meaning Your Monterey Bay
Former callsigns KYMB-LP (2007-2009)
K27IE (2005-2007)
K53DT (1989-2005)
Former channel number(s) Analog:
53 (1989-2005)
27 (2005-2009)
Former affiliations TBN (1990-2007)
Transmitter power 5 kilowatts
Height 393.3 meters
Facility ID 68025
Website www.kymbtv.com

KYMB-LD is a low-powered television station broadcasting in digital on channel 27, serving the Monterey Bay area in Monterey, California. Founded July 31, 2007, the station is currently owned by Monterey Bay Television LLC. Comcast carries KYMB 27.1 on channel 19 in the Monterey Bay Area and Santa Cruz County. The station broadcasts four digital subchannels and is an affiliate of This TV, Me-TV, Coastal TV and the America One television networks.[1][2] KYMB airs a daily Live show named "Monterey Morning Show" - from 7-9am.

History[edit]

Signing on as K53DT, the station was owned by the Trinity Broadcasting Network and broadcast programming from TBN for many years on channel 53. With the FCC's move to reassign UHF channels 52 to 69 to other services, K53DT moved to channel 27 in 2005 and took on the call sign of K27IE.

In 2007, TBN sold the station to Cocola Broadcasting Companies LLC, which then renamed the station into its present-day callsign. In April 2010, Cocola Broadcasting Companies moved the license to Monterey Bay Television LLC, which is now the license holder of KYMB.

On April 26, 2006, the station received a construction permit to flash-cut operations to digital television. On March 8, 2009 KYMB began broadcasting in digital with an effective radiated power of 5 kilowatts.

In 2011, KYMB became an affiliate of the Me-TV network.[3]

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