KTAV-LD

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KTAV-LD
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Greater Los Angeles
United States
CityAltadena, California
(to change to Lancaster, California)
ChannelsDigital: 46 (UHF)
(to move to 8 (VHF))
Virtual: 35 (PSIP)
Subchannels35.1 Almavision

35.2 Guide US TV
35.3 The Way TV
35.4 Almavision Niños
35.5 Cornerstone Television
35.6 RoadMediaTv
35.7 Almavision Radio 1 (audio only)

35.8 Almavision Radio 2 (audio only)
AffiliationsAlmavision
OwnerAlmavision Hispanic Network Inc.
(operated through LMA by Mako Communications, LLC)
FoundedNovember 26, 2001
Call letters' meaningK Television AlmaVision
Former callsignsK31DN (1992-1998), K68FR (1998-2001), K24FG (March–September 2001)
Former channel number(s)Analog: 69 (UHF)
Transmitter power15 kW
Websitewww.almavision.com

KTAV-LD (digital channel 46, virtual channel 35) is a low-power station licensed to Altadena that broadcasts as an affiliate of the Spanish-language Christian network Almavision.

The station used to broadcast as KTAV-LP on analog channel 69, until October 28, 2011, when the Federal Communications Commission authorized the station to convert to digital (as KTAV-LD) and move to channel 46.

History[edit]

KTAV-LD originally went on the air on September 23, 1992 as translator K31DN on channel 31. On April 15, 1998, the station moved to channel 68 as translator K68FR. On March 23, 2001, the station moved to channel 24 as translator K24FG.

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