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Minneapolis, Minnesota
CityMinneapolis, Minnesota
ChannelsDigital: 50 (UHF)
Virtual: 50 (PSIP)
Subchannels50.1 Cornerstone Television
AffiliationsCornerstone Television
Sister station(s)KHVM-LD Channel 48
Former callsignsK30IN
Former channel number(s)30
Former affiliationsGCN - Global Christian Network
Transmitter power15 kW
Height140 m (459 ft)
Facility ID130941
Transmitter coordinates45°4′5.0″N 93°10′30.0″W / 45.068056°N 93.175000°W / 45.068056; -93.175000

KTCJ-LD channel 50 was a digital low-power television station in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Its main affiliation is with the Cornerstone Television network. It broadcasts with a 15 kW signal from its Arden Hills, Minnesota tower, which it shares with sister station KHVM-LD channel 48, a Global Christian Network affiliate, and Daystar Television Network affiliate WDMI-LD channel 62. The station's tower was hit by lightning around Memorial Day 2010, forcing both KHVM-LD and KTCJ-LD to go silent (WDMI converted from analog to digital about the same time). The station has been off air since August, 2017.[1]


  1. ^ "Minneapolis, MN - HDTV(Post 3,176)". AVS Forum. Retrieved 25 Nov 2017.

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