KBS America

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KBS America
Launched October 6, 2005
Network KBS World
Owned by Korean Broadcasting System
Country United States
Language Korean
Broadcast area North and South America
Headquarters Los Angeles, California
Website http://kbs-america.com/
Availability
Terrestrial
Orange County Broadcast Area 44.1
Satellite
DirecTV 2082
Dish Network TBA
Cable
Charter Spectrum Check local listings.

KBS America is an American television channel operated by the U.S. subsidiary of Korean Broadcasting System, targeting Koreans in North and South America. Launched on October 6, 2005, it runs a broadcasting schedule separate from KBS World in South Korea.

A Canadian variant of this version, broadcast across Canada, is operated by All TV Inc..

Broadcast Availability[edit]

U.S. Digital Broadcast[1][2][edit]

City Station Virtual Channel
Atlanta WKTB-CD 47.4
Chicago WOCK-CD 13.2
Honolulu KBFD-DT 32.2
Los Angeles KXLA 44.1
San Francisco KICU-TV 36.2
Seattle KFFV 44.4
Dallas KLEG-CD 44.2

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Schedule / Channel". kbs-america.com. Retrieved 2015-10-16. 
  2. ^ "RabbitEars.Info". www.rabbitears.info. Retrieved 2015-10-16. 

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