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Farmington, New Mexico
Channels Analog: 47 (UHF)
Translators K21HJ Gallup / Tohatchi NM
K32DK Shiprock NM / Chinle AZ
Affiliations TBN
Owner Christian Broadcasting Communications
Founded June 4, 1990
Transmitter power 31.3 kW
Website christianbroadcast.org

K47DR was a low-power television station in Farmington, New Mexico, broadcasting locally in analog on UHF channel 47 as an affiliate of Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN). Founded June 4, 1990, the station was owned by Christian Broadcasting Communications.

In addition to TBN programming, the station also featured programming from Golden Eagle Broadcasting and aired locally produced programming as well.[1][2]

The station's license, and that of translator K21HJ, were cancelled by the Federal Communications Commission on October 7, 2014 for failure to file license renewal applications.


  1. ^ "Program Schedule". CBC website. Retrieved 2008-11-08. 
  2. ^ Mayeux, Debra (2006-08-17). "Native ministry broadcast locally". Farmington Daily Times. Retrieved 2008-11-08. 

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