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|Branding||My Amarillo TV|
|Slogan||The Place to be in Amarillo|
|Channels||Analog: 33 (UHF)
Digital: KAMR-DT 19.2(UHF)
Virtual: 4.2 (PSIP)
(Mission Broadcasting, Inc.)
|Operator||Nexstar Broadcasting Group|
|First air date||October 26, 1994|
|Call letters' meaning||KCIT, its sister station
UPN, former affiliation
|Former callsigns||K65GD (1994–1997)|
|Former affiliations||Independent (1994–1995, 2002–2006)
|Public license information:||Profile
KCPN-LP is a My Network TV affiliate in Amarillo, Texas. KCPN-LP originally was the UPN affiliate in the Texas Panhandle viewing area but lost its affiliation to KFDA-TV in 2002. The station was acquired by Mission Broadcasting after they bought KCIT and KCPN-LP from Wicks Broadcast Group in 1999. This station operates shared services agreements with Nexstar Broadcasting's station, KAMR-TV.
KCPN-LP has carried the branding My Amarillo TV since late August, 2006.
Due to its low-powered status, KCPN-LP is not required to air a digital signal of its own and instead continues to operate its low-powered analog signal (and is thus continuing to opt out of the optional maneuver of upgrading to a low-powered digital signal); however, in addition to its low-powered analog signal, KCPN-LP also receives full-market over-the-air digital coverage (although, only in standard definition), via the second digital subchannel of KAMR-TV's (digital subchannel 4.2 for those with digital converters). This airs on UHF channel 19.4 from the same Dumas Drive (U.S. 87 and U.S. 287) transmitter in unincorporated Potter County.
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