|Channels||Digital: 18 (UHF)|
|Affiliations||Spanish religious independent|
|Owner||Iglesia JesuCristo es mi Refugio, Inc.
(sale to DTV America Corporation pending)
|Former callsigns||K61HP (2003-2008)
|Former channel number(s)||Analog: 61
Digital: 61, 29
|Transmitter power||7 kW|
KPFW-LD is a Spanish-language independent religious television station in Dallas, owned by Iglesia JesuCristo es mi Refugio, Inc. It is the flagship station for Tele Restauración, a Spanish religious network owned and operated by the church. It is not available on Charter Communications or Verizon FiOS at this time.
KPFW-LD began as K61HP, a translator for Gainesville, Texas of Dallas-based KNOK-LP (now KZFW-LP). They changed to the call sign KPFW-LP in 2008, and began broadcasting in digital on channel 61 from Cedar Hill, Texas, southwest of Dallas.
In 2010, KPFW-LP moved to RF channel 29 while keeping its virtual channel assignment of 61. Shortly thereafter, KPFW-LP changed its virtual channel to 18 in anticipation of a future swap of RF channels with KTXA. On January 20, 2011, KTXA began transmitting on channel 29. KPFW has been licensed to transmit on channel 18 since February 28, 2011. On March 16, 2011, the station changed its call sign to KPFW-LD.
The station's channel is expected to be multiplexed:
|18.1 / 18.3||Tele Restauración|
|18.2 / 18.4||Música Cristiana TV|
Tele Restauración is rebroadcast on the following broadcast translators:
- KZFW-LP 6 Dallas, Texas (audio only)
- KJTN-LP 18 Abilene, Texas
- KOBS-LD 19 San Antonio, Texas
- KLAO-LD 3 Corpus Christi, Texas
- K20IU 20 Big Bear Lake, California
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