KALO

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KALO-TV
Honolulu, Hawaii
United States
City Honolulu
Branding KALO 38
Slogan Where The Word is Heard
Channels Digital: 38 (UHF)
Subchannels 38.1 Ind. Rel.
Affiliations religious independent
Owner One Love Outreach, Inc.
First air date July 9, 1999
Call letters' meaning "KALO" means taro in Hawaiian
Former callsigns KAIE (1999-2000)
Former channel number(s) Analog:
38 (UHF, 1999-2009)
Transmitter power 155 kW
Height 577 m
Facility ID 51241
Transmitter coordinates 21°23′33″N 158°5′48″W / 21.39250°N 158.09667°W / 21.39250; -158.09667
Website www.kalo-tv.com

KALO is a non-commercial, independent Religious broadcasting television station serving Honolulu, Hawaii. The One Love Outreach, Inc. station operates at digital channel 38. They can also be seen over most of the state on Oceanic Cable channel 25, with the exception of Hawai'i Island (the "Big Island"), where KALO is not available at all.

History[edit]

KALO, which signed on the air July 9, 1999, is one of six stations in Honolulu that air religious programming, KWHE, KAAH-TV, KWBN, KKAI and KUPU are the other 5. KALO's allocation channel, like that of KWBN and PBS outlet KHET, is reserved for non-commercial educational use, and as such, depend on viewer donations for support.

Digital television[edit]

On January 15, 2009 KALO became channel 38 digital when the digital transition was completed.[1] It is also the same virtual channel on PSIP.

On April 13, 2017, the FCC announced that KALO will relocate to RF channel 18[2] by April 12, 2019[3] as a result of the broadcast incentive auction.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-08-29. Retrieved 2012-03-24. 
  2. ^ "Repack Plan". RabbitEars.info. RabbitEars.info. Retrieved 16 April 2017. 
  3. ^ "Transition Schedule". FCC.gov. Federal Communications Commission. Retrieved 16 April 2017. 
  4. ^ Meisch, Charlie. "FCC ANNOUNCES RESULTS OF WORLD'S FIRST BROADCAST INCENTIVE AUCTION" (PDF). FCC.gov. Federal Communications Commission. Retrieved 16 April 2017. 

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