|Pago Pago, American Samoa|
|Channels||Analog: 2 (VHF)|
|Owner||The Government of American Samoa Department of Public Information|
|First air date||October 5, 1964|
|Former affiliations||NET (1964-1970)|
|Transmitter power||60 kW|
Despite the odd call-letter arrangement, KVZK-2 is, in fact, a valid United States call sign.
As an insular area of the United States, television in American Samoa was originally regulated by the Department of the Interior instead of the Federal Communications Commission and will continue to be so when operated by the American Samoan Government. However, other TV stations not operated by the American Samoan Government that would later be licensed in American Samoa would be placed under the jurisdiction of the FCC.
KVZK-2 was American Samoa's first television station. It began broadcasting in black and white in 1964. Its broadcasts transitioned to color in 1969.
- American Samoa Department of Public Information website
- KVZK at PBS.org
- Fybush.com: Article on American Samoa broadcasting towers
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