K26GS-D

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K26GS-D / K07XL-D
K26GS-D TV Station Logo.png
Harrison/Mountain Home, Arkansas
United States
Branding Hometown TV
Channels Digital: 26 (VHF)
Virtual: 26 (PSIP)
Subchannels (see article)
Translators K07XL-D 7 Mountain Home, Arkansas
Affiliations This TV
Owner Reynolds Media, Inc.
Founded February 1, 2002
Call letters' meaning callsign sequentially/randomly-assigned by the FCC
Former channel number(s) 26 (UHF analog, 2002–2010)
Former affiliations America One (to 2009)
My Family TV
FamilyNet
Tuff TV
Retro TV
Antenna TV
Cozi TV
Transmitter power 11.2 kilowatts
Height 443 meters
Class LD
Facility ID 131102
Transmitter coordinates 36°06′41.0″N 93°01′56.0″W / 36.111389°N 93.032222°W / 36.111389; -93.032222
Website hometowntv.net

K26GS-D or "KGS 26" is a low-power television station licensed to Harrison, Arkansas, serving the North Central Arkansas-Ozarks region. KGS 26 is owned and operated by Reynolds Media, Inc.[1]

KGS 26 is relayed on translator station K07XL-D or "KXL 7", located in Mountain Home, Arkansas.

Digital channels[edit]

Channel Video Aspect PSIP short name Programming
26.1 / 7.1 480i 4:3 This TV This TV
26.2 / 7.2 Grit Grit
26.3 / 7.3 Escape Escape
26.4 / 7.4 METV MeTV
26.5/ 7.5 Charge! Charge!
26.6/ 7.6 Comet Comet
26.7/ 7.7 NewsMax NewsMax

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