KKTF-LD

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KKTF-LD
KKTF30.png
Chico, California
United States
Branding UniMás 30 (Al Norte de California)
Channels Digital: 30.1 (UHF)
Affiliations UniMás
Owner Sinclair Broadcast Group
(Sinclair-California Licensee, LLC)
Founded 2007
Call letters' meaning K K Tele Futura
Former callsigns K35HY
Former affiliations Telefutura (2007-2013)
Transmitter power 15 kW

KKTF-LD, channel 30 (digital channel 30.1) is a local UniMás Spanish-language affiliate based in Chico, California. The station is owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group and is sister to ABC affiliate KRCR-TV, MyNetworkTV affiliate KRVU-LD/KZVU-LD, Univision affiliate KUCO-LP, and Antenna TV affiliate KXVU-LD; Sinclair also operates Fox affiliate KCVU through a local marketing agreement with Cunningham Broadcasting. It has plans for a satellite station on channel 29 (KECA-LD) in Eureka, California.[citation needed] The station began in 2007 as TeleFutura 35 and operated on analog channel 35, but switched to digital channel 30.1 in 2010.

KKTF's logo as a Telefutura affiliate

It has plans to flash-cut at 15 kW on its own broadcast on channel 30; digital signals are currently unknown in Redding or Eureka.

It is currently seen on Comcast channel 19 in Chico, which replaces KTFK-DT from Sacramento.

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