K09YL-D

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K09YL-D
San Diego, California
Channels Digital: 9 (VHF) (in conflict with KSDX-LD)
25 (UHF) (future, in conflict with KDTF-LD)
Affiliations (see article)
Owner International Communications Network Inc.
Founded March 5, 1998
Last air date mid-2011
Former affiliations None
Transmitter power 0.3 kW
Facility ID 168107
Transmitter coordinates 32°49′31″N 117°9′23″W / 32.82528°N 117.15639°W / 32.82528; -117.15639

K09YL-D was a low-powered television station owned and operated by International Communications Network Inc. It broadcasts on channel 9 and licensed to San Diego, California. It was the digital test broadcast of K61GH (now KSDY-LD) and was broadcast from its offices at 4645 Ruffner Road suite C. The station would cease operations in mid-2011, after K61GH was converted to digital on channel 50, as K50LL-D; around this point, the station's owners turned in K09YL-D's license to the FCC for cancellation.

Digital television[edit]

The station's digital channel was multiplexed:

Digital channels

Channel Name Programming
9.1 K09YL-D1 Multimedios/Tr3s
9.2 K09YL-D2 CadenaTres
9.3 K09YL-D3 Mexicanal/Imagen
9.4 K09YL-D4 Pacific Spanish Network

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