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Neosho, Missouri
United States
Branding ION Television
Slogan Positively Encouraging
Channels Digital: 32 (UHF)
Affiliations Ion Television
Owner Gary M./Deborah R. Kenny
Founded August 16, 1988
Sister station(s) KCLJ-LP
Former callsigns K32CL (1988-1998)
KJPX-LP (1998-2002)
KCLG-CA (2002)
KCLG-LP (2002-2012)
Transmitter power 3.96 kW
Class Low-power
Facility ID 23301
Transmitter coordinates 36°52′38″N 94°24′24″W / 36.87722°N 94.40667°W / 36.87722; -94.40667

KCLG-LD is a low-power television station in Neosho, Missouri, broadcasting locally in digital on UHF channel 32 as an affiliate of the Ion Television network. Founded August 16, 1988, the station is owned by Gary M. and Deborah R. Kenny.


The station, initially with call letters K32CL, began as an original construction permit issued August 16, 1988 to Gary M. and Deborah R. Kenny. It was licensed June 30, 1989, serving the Neosho area on channel 32. In September 1998, the Kennys changed the station's call letters to KJPX-LP and in October 2001, upgraded the station's license to Class A. The Kennys again changed the station's call letters in April 2002 to KCLG-CA and again to KCLG-LP. The KJPX-LP call letters would end up on another television station owned by the Kennys in Joplin. On May 30, 2012, the station's call sign was changed to KCLG-LD.

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