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Tyler, Texas
Channels Digital: 27 (UHF/PSIP)
Subchannels 27.1 Estrella TV
27.2 Azteca America
27.3 GetTV
27.4 The Country Network
Affiliations Estrella TV
Owner DTV America Corporation
Founded February 25, 2010
First air date c. August 2015
Former callsigns K27KJ-D (2010-2013)
Former channel number(s) Doctor Television Channel (DT3, 2015)
Former affiliations Silent (2010-2015)
Transmitter power 3 kW
Height 458 feet (140 m)
Facility ID 182588
Transmitter coordinates 32°15′33.5″N 95°22′3.2″W / 32.259306°N 95.367556°W / 32.259306; -95.367556
Website KDKJ Profile at DTVAmerica.com

KDKJ-LD is a low-powered digital television station that is licensed to and serving Tyler, Texas, United States. The station broadcasts in digital on UHF channel 27. The station is an affiliate of Estrella TV, Azteca America, GetTV and others.[1]

Digital channels[edit]

Channel Video Aspect Programming[2]
27.1 480i 4:3 Main KDKJ-LD programming / Estrella TV
27.2 Azteca
27.3 GetTV
27.4 The Country Network
27.5 Heroes & Icons
27.6 Decades
27.7 Movies!


The construction permit for the station, originally assigned the call letters K27kJ-D, was issued by the Federal Communications Commission on February 25, 2010. The station signed on in 2015 as the Tyler area’s new Estrella TV affiliated television station, with Azteca America carried on a second subchannel.[3][4] NBC affiliate KETK-TV previously carried Estrella TV on its second subchannel from 2011 until KDKJ-LD's sign-on.

In December 2015, KDKJ-LD3 switched from DrTV to Sony Pictures Television's GetTV movie network, and KDKJ-LD4 was launched to carry FremantleMedia's Buzzr network. As of April 2016, Buzzr has moved to KPKN-LD 33.1.

Coverage area[edit]

The station’s digital signal can only reach a 25 miles (40 km) radius of the station’s transmitter on the southwest side of the city.


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