KVHC-LP

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KVHC-LP
Kerrville, Texas
Branding Hill Country Television
Channels Analog: 15 (UHF)
Digital: 16 (UHF) Pending
Affiliations Retro TV
Owner Mary R. Silver
(Mary R. Silver)
Founded June 11, 2002
Transmitter power 7.71 kW (analog)
Facility ID 125586
Transmitter coordinates 30°3′51″N 99°8′16″W / 30.06417°N 99.13778°W / 30.06417; -99.13778
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KVHC-LP is a low-power (active) licensed television station in Kerrville, Texas, broadcasting to the Texas Hill Country including Kerr, Gillespie, Bandera, and Kendall County, Texas. KVHC-LP is owned and operated by the current FCC license owner, Mary R. Silver. KVHC-LP currently broadcasts in analog on UHF channel 15 as an affiliate of Retro TV. In addition to their affiliate programming, KVHC-LP produces local programming including half hour programs like "Hill Country Lawyer" and "Heart of the Hill Country". KVHC-LP also broadcasts several local and statewide produced Church services airing each Wednesday night and on Sundays. KVHC-LP programming is simulcast on local Kerrville, Texas, Time Warner Cable, Channel 10, and local Ingram, Texas, Suddenlink Cable, Channel 7.

KVHC-LP made timely application for renewal of its FCC channel 15 analog license and digital channel 16 construction permit in 2014. On June 5, 2014, KVHC-LP was notified by the FCC that, pending approval of engineering modifications, KVHC-LP's digital (Channel 16) construction permit had been approved. Mary R. Silver has entered into a contract to transfer ownership of the FCC licenses to Doyle Weaver, a local Kerrville, Texas attorney.

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