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Wichita Falls, Texas / Lawton, Oklahoma
United States
Branding My TV KJBO
Channels Analog: 35 (UHF)
Digital: KFDX-DT 28.2 (UHF)
Virtual: 3.2 (PSIP)
Translators 33 K33HG Quanah, Texas
Affiliations MyNetworkTV (2006–present)
Owner Mission Broadcasting
(Mission Broadcasting, Inc.)
Operator Nexstar Broadcasting Group
First air date 1988 (1988)
Former callsigns K35BO (1986–1996)
Former affiliations UPN (until 9/06)
Licensing authority FCC
Public license information: Profile

KJBO-LP "My TV KJBO" is the low-powered MyNetworkTV affiliate located in Wichita Falls, Texas. The station broadcasts on channel 35 and does not have a digital signal of its own; however, there is a digital signal that's transmitted on a subchannel of KFDX-TV. KJBO also serves Lawton, Oklahoma and surrounding areas via a repeater:

Beginning in September 2006, KJBO became the Wichita Falls' affiliate of MyNetworkTV when UPN and The WB ceased operations and formed The CW. MyNetworkTV, which is a sister network to Fox, features a two-hour block of original programming six days a week (Monday-Saturday).

KJBO's previous UPN logo, used until September 2006.

As a result of the network changes, Lawton/Wichita Falls' WB affiliate "KWB", which was carried only on cable systems in the area and was not available over-the-air, was expected to be an affiliate of The CW. However, at some point prior to the launch of both The CW and MyNetworkTV, CBS affiliate KAUZ-TV took over the operations of "KWB" and added its signal to a new digital subcarrier channel. As a result, what is now KAUZ-DT2 took The CW Plus affiliation.

Due to its low-powered status, KJBO-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, KJBO-LP also receives full-market over-the-air digital coverage (although, only in standard definition), via the second digital subchannel of KFDX-TV's (digital subchannel 3.2 for those with digital converters). This airs on UHF channel 28.4 from the same Seymour Highway transmitter in Wichita Falls.

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