|Slogan||Your Hometown Station|
|Channels||Digital: 32 (UHF)|
|Call letters' meaning||K Jack E. O'Neill (founder of KJEO-TV 47, now KGPE)|
|Transmitter power||15 kW|
The station was first established in 1998 as KMCF-LP.
In 2000, Cocola Broadcasting acquired the call letters KJEO-LP for channel 32, after the local CBS affiliate discarded those calls in favor of KGPE. This call sign was changed to KJEO-LD in September 2009.
The station's digital channel is multiplexed:Digital channels
|Virtual Channel||Digital (Real) Channel||Name||Programming|
|32.2||32.2||KJEO-LD2||QVC Shopping Network|
|4.5||32.3||KJEO-LD3||AMG TV Network|
|32.4||32.4||KJEO-LD4||Mana Vision 3|
|32.5||32.5||KJEO-LD5||Espiritu Santo y Fuego|
|32.6||32.6||KJEO-LD6||Hmong TV Network|
- KJEO-LD broadcasts from the Corlew Meadows ("Meadow Lakes") towers location near Auberry, CA (37.073838 -119.432075).
- Older, Fresno-area-based terrestrial tuners may/may not receive the Channel 32 broadcast(s). Sensitive terrestrial tuners may reduce troposheric propagation effects through lowering floor noise, and inadvertently mask one lower-power channel set (i.e. KJEO-LD) and enhance another (i.e. KSDI-LD).
- Query the FCC's TV station database for KJEO-LD
- BIAfn's Media Web Database -- Information on KJEO-LD-TV
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