KVTU-LP

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KVTU-LP
Agoura Hills/Los Angeles, California
CityAgoura Hills, California
ChannelsDigital: 3 (VHF/PSIP)
AffiliationsIndependent
OwnerHC2 Holdings
(DTV America Corporation)
FoundedMarch 26, 2004
First air dateMarch 26, 2004; 15 years ago (2004-03-26) (original incarnation)
circa April 2016 (Current incarnation)
Sister station(s)KHIZ-LD
Former callsignsK29GA (2004)
KSPP-LP (2004-2007)
Former channel number(s)Analog: 29 (UHF, 2004-2010)
Former affiliationsTBN (2004-2010)
Silent (2010-2016)
Transmitter power3 kW
Height597 feet (182 m)
Facility ID130176
Transmitter coordinates34°25′14″N 119°7′41″W / 34.42056°N 119.12806°W / 34.42056; -119.12806

KVTU-LP is a low-powered television station that is licensed to Agoura Hills, California, and primarily serving the Los Angeles media market. The station is currently owned by DTV America Corporation. [1]

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The station signed on the air in 2004 as an owned-and-operated translator of the Trinity Broadcasting Network, relaying the signal from TBN flagship KTBN-TV of Santa Ana. In 2010, TBN took the station silent.

In 2015, DTV America purchased the station.

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