KLKW-LD

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KLKW-LD
KLKW-LD Logo.png
Amarillo, Texas
United States
Branding EstrellaTV KLKW 22
Channels Digital: 43 (UHF)
Virtual: 22 (PSIP)
Subchannels 22.1 estrellaTV
22.2 Azteca America
22.3 SBN
22.4 Buzzr
22.5 Shop LC
22.6 JTV
Owner DTV America Corporation
Founded November 2012
First air date January 2014; 4 years ago (2014-01)
Sister station(s) KAUO-LD, KNKC-LD
Former callsigns K22LK-D (2012–2013)
Former affiliations DrTV (DT2, 2014–2015)
GetTV (DT2, 2015–2016)
Transmitter power 4 kW
Height 403 feet
Facility ID 188769
Transmitter coordinates 35°10′21″N 101°57′13″W / 35.17250°N 101.95361°W / 35.17250; -101.95361
Licensing authority FCC
Public license information: Profile
CDBS
Website KLKW Profile at DTVAmerica.com

KLKW-LD is a low-powered television station owned by that is licensed to and serving Amarillo, Texas. The station is an affiliate of Spanish-language television network estrellaTV. The station is owned by DTV America Corporation,[1][2] therefore it is a sister station of KNKC-LD in Lubbock in the neighboring Lubbock television market.

History[edit]

KLKW-LD2's main logo during its tenure as a DrTV affiliate in 2014-2015.

Its construction permit dates back to November 2012, and the station’s call letters were K22LK-D. The station’s call letters changed to the current KLKW-LD in May 2013. The station wasn’t on the air until January 2014.

Programming[edit]

On KLKW’s main channel, Estrella TV programming is broadcast on channel 22.1. Doctor TV, a new healthy lifestyle-oriented television network, broadcasts on KLKW’s second sub-channel on channel 22.2 until 2015, when it was replaced by Sony Pictures Television's GetTV network. In late 2015, Sonlife Broadcasting Network and Buzzr were added on channels 22.3 and 22.4, respectively. In 2016, KLKW added Grit to digital subchannel 22.5 after ABC affiliate KVII-TV replaced it on 7.3 with Comet and also added Escape to digital subchannel 22.6. Also in 2016, The station replaced GetTV with Azteca America which brought the network back to the Amarillo market since former Azteca America affiliate KTXD-LP ceased operations in 2009.

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