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Fresno, California
United States
Branding TV 33
Channels Analog: 33 (UHF)
Digital: KSDI-LD channel 44
Subchannels (see article)
Affiliations (see article)
Owner Cocola Broadcasting
Former callsigns K34AV (1985-1997)
KSDI-LP (1997-2016)
Former affiliations The Box, Urban America Television, Shop At Home, NOYZ, Pursuit Channel
33.4: Coastal Television Network

KGOF-LP and KSDI-LD are low-power television stations in Fresno, California, owned and operated by Cocola Broadcasting. The station broadcasts six streams of video via KSDI-LD. KGOF Channel 33.1 broadcasts the Pursuit Channel [1]during the daytime and Gems TV airing the overnight hours. It also broadcasts some local programs, including Flying Home with Ronnie Paul, a live talk show with Classic Television and Big Band Soundies plus 50-60 Soundies, Saturday nights LIVE from 7:00 p.m. until 1 am; this show also streams live on the web at the same time each Saturday night at Cocola Broadcasting's website, Other popular programs include Central Valley Buzz with Chuck Leonard and Fresno Forward with Brock Tatum.


The station was noted for its commitment to local programming. Originally broadcasting on channel 34, the then-KSDI-LP invited individuals and organizations to produce their own television programs. Similar to many Public-access television cable TV networks, many locals became a part of the programming on KSDI-LP.

Formerly an affiliate of Urban America Television, and shortly Shop At Home, the previous affiliation Shop At Home, was temporary, due to the Shop At Home network ceasing broadcasting June 21, 2006. The network it replaced, Urban America Television, folded in May 2006.

Digital television[edit]

KGOF-LP's digital channel is multiplexed on KSDI-LD:

Channel Programming
33.1 Mega TV Main KGOF-LP programming
33.2 The Family Channel
33.3 eScapes TV Network
33.4 AMGTV
33.5 silent
33.6 France 24
33.7 Fresno Grizzlies Channel
33.8 Easy listening (audio-only)




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