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For the airport serving Great Falls, Montana assigned the ICAO code KGTF, see Great Falls International Airport.
Hagåtña, Guam
Branding PBS Guam
Slogan Television worth watching, Television worth supporting
Channels Digital: 12 (VHF)
Virtual: 12 (PSIP)
Subchannels 12.1 PBS
Owner Guam Educational Telecommunications Corporation
First air date October 30, 1970; 46 years ago (1970-10-30)
Call letters' meaning Guam Telecommunications
Former channel number(s) Analog:
12 (VHF, 1970-2009)
5 (VHF, 2000–2009)
Transmitter power 54.7 kW
Height 177.8 m
Facility ID 25511
Transmitter coordinates 13°29′22″N 144°49′46″E / 13.48944°N 144.82944°E / 13.48944; 144.82944

KGTF is a full-power television station located in Guam transmitting over digital channel 12. The station is operated and funded by the Guam Educational Telecommunications Corporation. KGTF is a PBS member station and its signal covers the entire territory of Guam. Though officially listed as being out of Hagåtña (Agana), the KGTF facilities are actually located in Mangilao, adjacent to Guam Community College. The station's transmission tower is located in the heights of Barrigada.

Unlike most other PBS stations, KGTF offers no subchannels other than the main feed.


The station signed on the air on October 30, 1970 with only 4½ hours of programming Monday through Friday, of which they would later expand throughout its nearly-40-year history, including producing local shows and various projects. KGTF currently operates from 6:00am to 12:00 midnight seven days a week.

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