KTXD-LP

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KTXD-LP
Amarillo, Texas
Channels Analog: 43 (UHF)
Digital: no
Affiliations Defunct
Owner Una Vez Mas Holdings, LLC
Founded November 18, 1994
Last air date 2009
Sister station(s) KAMM-LP
Former callsigns K43EQ (1994–2000)
Former affiliations Independent (1994–1995, 1999–2001)
The WB (1995–1999)
Azteca America (2001–2009)
Transmitter power 150 kW
Facility ID 47364
Website www.aztecaamerica.com

KTXD-LP was a low power affiliate of Azteca America in the Amarillo, Texas DMA, broadcast on UHF channel 43. It was owned by Una Vez Mas Holdings, LLC.

Around late 2009, KTXD-LP ceased operations due to technical difficulties. A silent STA was requested until the licensee can resolve the problems and resume operation. However, the station never resumed operation, and its license was cancelled by the FCC on May 28, 2011.[1]

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