|Camp Verde, Arizona|
|Channels||Analog: K23FZ: 23 (UHF)
Digital: K18DD-D: 18 (UHF)
|Owner||Central States Communications
(The Camp Verde TV Club)
|Founded||November 30, 1989|
|Transmitter power||K18DD-D: 3.76 kW
K23FZ: 0.917 kW
|Height||K18DD-D: 1215 m
|Facility ID||K18DD-D: 9959
K18DD-D is a low-power television station serving Camp Verde, Arizona and the entire Verde Valley. Owned by Central States Communications of Camp Verde, the station broadcasts locally produced programming, as well as programming from the Three Angels Broadcasting Network (3ABN), and overnight programming from ShopNBC. The station's signal covers most of Verde Valley from its transmitter located on Mingus Mountain near Jerome, Arizona, and translator station K23FZ covers areas of Camp Verde not covered by K18DD-D.
An original construction permit was granted to Central States Communications on November 30, 1989 to build a low-power television station K18DD on channel 18 to serve Camp Verde. The station was licensed on July 30, 1992 as a low-power station and was upgraded to Class A status in 2002. The station surrendered its class A license and reverted to a standard low-power license on December 18, 2014, and was then licensed for digital operation on February 3, 2015.