KGTV Tower (originally KFSD-TV tower, later KOGO-TV) was built in 1953, by then owner Thomas Sharp (founder of Sharp Healthcare). The main tower is also identical (although shorter) to former sister station KFSD/KOGO AM 600's twin 416 foot Ideco Dresser towers.
Radio Stations on KGTV Tower
Also at the site is a custom built "H" shaped tower used for microwave, and also serves as the main tower for KSSX.
- KMYI (formerly KFSD-FM/KOGO-FM) moved to the KGTV site in 1974 from the Emerald Hills KOGO 600 facility.
- KSSX moved to the KGTV site from the lower Soledad site of UCSD in 2007.
- KYXY moved to the KGTV site in 2007 from the KFMB Channel 8 tower site.
- KSON (originally KSDO-FM) was licensed to the site in the early 1960s.
- KIOZ moved to the KGTV site in 1999 from the KFMB Channel 8 tower site.
KGTV and the Mount Soledad transmitter site are presently owned by Scripps Broadcasting.
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