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Saint Cloud, Minnesota
City St. Cloud, Minnesota
Channels Digital: 19 (UHF)
Virtual: 19 (PSIP)
Affiliations currently silent
Owner Luken Communications
(Digital Networks Midwest, LLC)
Former callsigns K19BG (1986-2017)
KKTW-LP (2017)
Former channel number(s) Analog
19 (1987-2017)
Former affiliations TBN
Transmitter power 15kW
Height 95.4m
Facility ID 68054
Transmitter coordinates 45°11′41.5″N 93°54′1.2″W / 45.194861°N 93.900333°W / 45.194861; -93.900333
Website www.luken.tv/

KKTW-LD is a low-power translator television station licensed to St. Cloud, Minnesota. As K19BG, the station used to be the St. Cloud translator for the Trinity Broadcasting Network at 122 kilowatts for most of the analog age. The station was sold to Luken Communications in June 2011 as part of TBN's pullout from their extensive translator network.

Luken plans to relocate the translator from St. Cloud to Buffalo, which would retain partial reception to St. Cloud, but also add reception in the northwest suburbs of the Twin Cities.

The station changed its call sign to KKTW-LP on September 20, 2017, and then to KKTW-LD on October 26, 2017 upon issuance of their digital license.


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