KVHF-LD

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KVHF-LD
KVHF 4 2007.jpg
Fresno, California
United States
Branding TV 4
Channels Digital: 42(UHF)
Affiliations (see article)
Owner Cocola Broadcasting
Founded 1990s
Call letters' meaning K Very High Frequency
Former channel number(s) Analog:
4 (VHF)
Former affiliations NOYZ, Hispanic Television, Jewelry Television
Transmitter power 15 kW
Height 570 meters
Class LD
Facility ID 23269
Website www.cocolatv.com

KVHF-LD is a low-power digital television station in Fresno, California, virtually broadcasting locally on VHF channel 4. It is on the air, and is testing its six streams of video as a digital-only station on UHF channel 42.[1]

KVHF-LD used to broadcast interactive music video programming from NOYZ. KVHF has been affiliated with Jewelry Television.

Digital television[edit]

The station's digital channel is multiplexed:

Former Digital channels

Channel Name Programming
4.1 VBC VBC Guide (on-screen TV Guide)
4.2 BOUNCE The Action Channel / Gun TV (overnights)
4.3 AZTECA Untamed Sports TV
4.4 AMG TV Rev'n
4.5 JTV Jewelry Television
4.6 KVHF Biz TV
4.7 MyLTV MyLife TV
4.8 Westerns4U Classic shows
32.8 KJEO Infomercials (repeats KJEO)

Former Digital channels

Channel Name Programming
4.1 KVHF-LD1 TV Scout
4.2 KVHF-LD2 Bounce TV
4.3 KVHF-LD3 Azteca America (simulcasting KMSG-LD)
4.4 KVHF-LD4 AMGTV
4.5 KVHF-LD5 Hmong TV USA
4.6 KVHF-LD6 Vacant; for lease
4.7 KVHF-LD7 Launch TV

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cocola, Gary M. (April 7, 2009). "KVHF-LP Facility record". CDBS Public Access. Federal Communications Commission. Retrieved June 20, 2009. 

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