|Channels||Digital: 27 (UHF)|
|Affiliations||Guide US TV|
|Owner||Mako Communications, LLC|
|Founded||October 26, 1978|
|Call letters' meaning||KO DF from TV Azteca flagship XHDF (reflecting former Azteca America affiliation)
could also mean Dallas/Fort Worth
|Sister station(s)||K31GL-D, KATA-CD, KHPK-LD, KJJM|
|Former callsigns||K67BL (?-2003)
|Former channel number(s)||67 (2000s-2003)
|Former affiliations||America's Store (2003)
Azteca América (2003-2009)
Mega TV (2010-2011)
|Transmitter power||15 kW|
The station began its broadcasting activities in 2003 as an America's Store affiliate with callsign K67BL. Shortly, the station moved its broadcasts to channel 26 and was rebranded K26HF. On December 23, 2003, the station switched formats to Spanish-language programming as it was affiliated with Azteca América. During that time, the station was rebranded KODF from TV Azteca's flagship station XHDF (meaning Distrito Federal).
On June 25, 2009, KODF ceased analog broadcasting in response to an interference complaint from KTEN. On November 22, they began broadcasting in digital on RF channel 27 (virtual channel 26) under special temporary authority from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). On March 24, 2010 the FCC granted a license to cover the Construction Permit for channel 27.
In January 2010, KODF became a Mega TV affiliate under their branding "Mega 26 HD" under the new direction of Right Hook Media Group, Inc. and was the first low-powered digital channel in the Dallas/Fort Worth area to broadcast in 1080i high definition if not the first in the nation.
On September 11, 2011, KODF became HOT TV (History of Television), broadcasting classic TV programs and movies from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s.
In June 2013, KODF-LD was sold to Landover 5 LLC as part of a larger deal involving 51 other low-power television stations.
|26.1||480i||4:3||Guide US TV|
- Seyler, Dave (June 24, 2013). "Anatomy of an LPTV deal extravaganza". Television Business Report. Retrieved July 3, 2013.