|Channels||Digital: 44 (UHF)|
|Subchannels||44.1 EVINE Live/OnTV4Us
44.3 AAT Television
44.4 KBS World
44.5 Cozi TV
(Simulcast of KVOS-TV)
|Owner||OTA Broadcasting, LLC
(OTA Broadcasting (SEA), LLC)
|First air date||January 1, 1999|
|Former callsigns||KHCV (1999-2009)
|Former channel number(s)||Analog:
45 (UHF, 1999-2009)
|Former affiliations||Military Channel
GameZnFlix Entertainment Channel (GnF-TV)
Shop at Home
The Sportsman Channel
|Transmitter power||240 kW|
KFFV is a commercial television station in Seattle, Washington, broadcasting locally on digital channel 44 as a Independent station branded as KFFV Television. on 44.2 as an affiliate of the Spanish-language Azteca América. In addition, the station airs English-language infomercials on its main channel and Chinese-language programming ("AAT Television") on a digital subchannel.
The former KHCV call letters were assigned by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) with a construction permit on October 2, 1989. The station signed on the air 10 years later on January 1, 1999 on Channel 45 after many permit extensions; ten years later, the call letters became KPST.
During the week of August 11, 2006, KHCV started carrying Azteca América (now known simply as Azteca) on its analog channel 45 and on its digital channel 44-2.
On December 20, 2006, Navarre's FUNimation Entertainment announced that the FUNimation channel would be broadcast on KHCV 44-3.
On March 1, 2007, KHCV started broadcasting content from GFN Entertainment Network on its digital subchannels 44-3 and 44-4. 44-3 carried GNF "Game & Music" and 44-4 carried GNF "Movie".
The analog broadcast (UHF 45) had been exclusively Azteca América, while the Comcast broadcast of this channel (Channel 15) is Jewelry TV. Since September 10, 2007, the analog UHF channel 45 appears to have carried the Jewelry TV content which is the same as the digital UHF channel 44-1 and Comcast channel 15.
On October 15, 2007, programming from AAT Television started broadcasting on digital channel 44-3.
On November 13, 2008, KHCV filed for a request for silent state for its analog signal.
On September 28, 2009, KHCV became KPST. On December 22, 2009, KPST went silent. The station was evicted from its studios and its STL link couldn't be operated from at the new location. KPST hoped to have the station up and running within a few weeks. The station resumed broadcasting on February 4, 2010. According to its current schedule, KPST is airing only infomercials on its main channel, 24 hours a day, since its return to air.
The call letters were changed to KFFV on November 15, 2010. The station was purchased at bankruptcy auction by OTA Broadcasting on June 30, 2011; the sale was completed on October 12.
In January 2013, WeatherNation was added to channel 44-5. It has since been replaced by Cozi TV.
On March 12, 2015, KFFV's sister station KVOS' main channel, Me-TV, had "soft-launched" to sub-channel 44-6.
- FUNimation Channel in Seattle
- GNF Entertainment Signs Affiliate Agreement with Full Power Station KHCV for Digital Channel Carriage in Seattle, Washington
- FCC Notification of Suspension of Operations / Request for Silent STA
- NW Broadcasters
- KPST schedule
- "Troubled Seattle indy TV sold at auction (dead link)". Television Business Report. July 2, 2011. Retrieved July 2, 2011.
- KVOS TV
- Query the FCC's TV station database for KFFV
- Query TV Fool's coverage map for KFFV
- BIAfn's Media Web Database -- Information on KFFV-TV