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Cornerstone TeleVision
Cheyenne, Wyoming
Channels Analog: 39 (UHF)
Affiliations Cornerstone TeleVision
Owner Rule Communications
(Robert Rule)
Founded October 22, 1992
Call letters' meaning K-MA H (co-owned Laramie station KPAH "K-Pa")
Sister station(s) KKRR-LP
Former callsigns KMAH-CA (2002-2006)
KMAH-LP (1999-2002)
K39DQ (1992-1996)
Former affiliations America One,
Renaissance Network,
National Empowerment Television,
Transmitter power 10.3 kW
Height 98 m
Facility ID 57130
Transmitter coordinates 41°10′1″N 104°45′23″W / 41.16694°N 104.75639°W / 41.16694; -104.75639 (KMAH-LP)

KMAH-LP is a low-power television station in Cheyenne, Wyoming. The station is currently owned by local businessman Bob Rule, owner of Rule Communications.


Originally, KMAH-LP was an affiliate of FamilyNet, also carrying programming from National Empowerment Television, a conservative news channel. Later on, it became a full-time repeater of WPCB in Pittsburgh, carrying the Cornerstone Television Network. Then, after KKRR-LP came on the air, it became an affiliate for the short-lived Renaissance Network, and when that network failed, it became an affiliate of America One. After America One proved too expensive for the station, it again became an affiliate of Cornerstone.

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