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Brookings, Oregon
United States
Branding KBSC-TV 9
Slogan "Working together to build a better community"
Channels Analog: 49 (UHF) / 9 (cable)
Affiliations Independent
Owner Fred McCutchan Family Trust
(Oregon Coast Media, Inc.)
Founded March 16, 1992
Call letters' meaning Brookings and Central City
Former callsigns K49DH (1992-1995)
Former affiliations White Springs Television
America One
Network One
The WB
Transmitter power 5.6 kW
Facility ID 15405
Website brookings.chamberbusinessgateway.com/kbsc-tv/

KBSC-LP Channel 49 was a low-power television station in Brookings, Oregon, broadcasting locally on UHF channel 49 and Charter Cable channel 9 in Brookings and Crescent City, California. It was owned by the Fred McCutchan Family Trust.

Most of KBSC's programming was locally produced.


KBSC-LP was founded March 16, 1992 when the FCC granted a construction permit for station K49DH to Daniel C. McGrath. The translator went on the air November 1, 1992, broadcasting programming from HomeNet and Main Street TV.

In 1995, the station became affiliated with The WB Television Network and American Independent Network. On November 20, 1995, K49DH became KBSC-LP.

On August 6, 1997, KBSC-LP was sold to Pacific Coast Communications, LLC. Network programming was dropped in favor of local programming.

On April 28, 1999, KBSC-LP was sold to Oregon Coast Television Network, Inc. In 2001, KBSC-LP affiliated with the America One network.

On September 11, 2003, the station's license was transferred to Oregon Coast Media, Inc.

On December 13, 2006, KBSC-LP was sold to the Fred McCutchan Family Trust.

KBSC-LP's license was cancelled by the FCC on March 19, 2015 for failure to file a license renewal application.

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