Contents 1 History 2 Digital television 2.1 Digital channels 2.2 Analog-to-digital conversion 3 Local programming 3.1 News programming 3.1.1 Ratings 3.1.2 Social Media 3.1.3 Notable current on-air staff 3.1.4 Anchors 3.1.5 Notable former on-air staff 3.2 Other locally produced programming 3.3 MLK Kingdom Day Parade 4 Rebroadcasters 5 See also 6 References 7 External links

History[edit] An early KECA-TV logo slide from the 1950s. Channel 7 first signed on the air under the callsign KECA-TV on September 16, 1949.[1] At the same time, it was the last television station licensed to Los Angeles operating on the VHF band to sign on, and the last of ABC's five original owned-and-operated stations to make its debut (after San Francisco's KGO-TV, which signed on four months earlier). It was also the last of the Los Angeles "classic seven" TV stations to sign on (all of them were originally on the VHF dial, prior to the 2009 digital conversions). In addition, it was the last new Los Angeles TV station to sign on from 1949 until 1962 when the first two UHF Los Angeles stations launched (they were KIIX [now KWHY-TV] and KMEX-TV, channels 22 and 34, respectively). The station's callsign was named after Los Angeles broadcasting pioneer Earle C. Anthony, whose initials were also present on channel 7's then-sister radio station, KECA (790 AM, now KABC), which had served as the Los Angeles affiliate of the NBC Blue Network. Anthony's other Los Angeles radio station, KFI, was aligned with the NBC Red Network. The Red Network survived the split of the two NBC radio networks ordered by the Federal Communications Commission in 1943. Edward J. Noble, who bought the Blue Network (beginning its transformation into ABC), purchased KECA radio a year later when the FCC forced Anthony to divest one of his Los Angeles radio stations. On February 1, 1954, KECA-TV changed its callsign to the present-day KABC-TV. From the time of its initial sign-on in 1949, channel 7 was located at the ABC Television Center (now called The Prospect Studios), on Prospect Avenue in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles, east of Hollywood. In December 2000, KABC-TV moved from the Los Feliz studios to a new state-of-the-art facility designed by César Pelli in nearby Glendale, as part of the Disney Grand Central Creative Campus (GC3), on the site of the former Grand Central Airport. The station is currently located four miles east (along the corridor of the Los Angeles River and State Route 134) of ABC's West Coast headquarters on the Walt Disney Studios lot in Burbank. KABC-TV has used the Circle 7 logo since 1962 (the same year ABC created and implemented its current logo), and augmented its bottom left quadrant with the ABC network logo in 1997. The station's news anchors and reporters wear Circle 7 lapel pins when they appear on camera, a practice that had once been standard at each of the original five ABC-owned stations. In 1984, KABC-TV became the first West Coast television station to air 'Stereo audio' for the 1984 Summer Olympics. On February 4, 2006, KABC-TV became the first television station in the state of California to broadcast its local newscasts in high definition using HD cameras in the studio. Along with the in-house upgrades, the station debuted an updated news set and theme music (Gari Media Group's Eyewitness News). In July 2010, The Walt Disney Company became engaged in a carriage dispute with Time Warner Cable (the first such incident since a 2000 dispute that pulled ABC's owned-and-operated stations from the cable provider using the stations as leverage for carriage of Toon Disney and Soapnet, and basic cable carriage of the Disney Channel, which had been carried as a premium channel at the time).[2] This dispute involved KABC-TV and three other ABC owned-and-operated stations, Disney Channel and the ESPN family of networks. If a deal was not in place, all of the Disney-owned channels would have been removed from Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks systems across the United States. The Walt Disney Company and Time Warner Cable reached a long-term agreement to keep the stations and their sister cable channels on Time Warner Cable and its co-managed systems on September 2, 2010. In October 2015 the station debuted a new news set which utilizes two wide format displays and four flat panel screens. Along with the physical upgrades, the station also debuted a new graphics package. Owing to its common ownership with ESPN, KABC-TV became the designated broadcast home of Los Angeles Rams games in 2016 for the team's appearances on Monday Night Football. KABC-TV will only carry the Rams' Monday Night Football games from that year onward while other games will be split between four other television stations: KCBS-TV through the NFL on CBS and its preseason Rams telecasts, including the network's Thursday night games; KNBC through NBC Sunday Night Football and NBC-produced Thursday night games; KTLA through games telecast exclusively by NFL Network; and KTTV through Fox NFL Sunday. The station will also produce and broadcast Rams' team shows on Saturday nights during the regular season, with comedian Jay Mohr serving as host.[3] The same broadcast schedule will apply for the Los Angeles Chargers when they begin play in 2017, upon their relocation from San Diego. The station will also carry NFL post season wild-card games. The Chargers named KABC the team's official English-language television broadcaster beginning in 2017, giving Channel 7 access to preseason telecasts and weekly magazines.[4]

Digital television[edit] Digital channels[edit] The station's digital channel is multiplexed: Channel Video Aspect PSIP Short Name Programming[5] 7.1 720p 16:9 KABC-DT Main KABC-TV programming / ABC 7.2 LivWell Live Well Network HD 7.3 480i 4:3 LAFF Laff [6] In addition to Live Well Network programming, digital subchannel 7.2 also carries rebroadcasts of KABC's local newscasts, public affairs programs and syndicated shows; it also handles the responsibility of carrying programs normally seen on main channel 7.1, due to preemptions caused by long-form breaking news coverage (of note, are occurrences in 2007 when ABC7+ aired ESPN on ABC sports programming due to continuous live news coverage of local wildfires on KABC: the Subway 500 NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series race on October 21 and the first round of the Skins Game golf tournament on November 24). On September 12, 2009, ABC7+ aired live coverage of a memorial service at Dodger Stadium for two members of the Los Angeles County Fire Department who died while fighting the Station Fire in the Angeles National Forest (KABC's Saturday morning ABC Kids children's programming aired as scheduled without preemption). Digital channel 7.3 previously carried programming from The Local AccuWeather Channel, it was replaced with a standard-definition feed of the Live Well Network in 2010. On April 15, 2015, the comedy network Laff replaced the standard-definition feed of LWN on 7.3.[6] Analog-to-digital conversion[edit] KABC-TV shut down its analog signal, over VHF channel 7, at noon on June 12, 2009,[citation needed] as part of the federally mandated transition from analog to digital television.[7] The station's digital signal relocated from its pre-transition UHF channel 53, which was among the high band UHF channels (52-69) that were removed from broadcasting use as a result of the transition, to its analog-era VHF channel 7 for post-transition operations.[8] After the transition occurred, some viewers had difficulty receiving KABC's signal, despite operating at a high effective radiated power of 25,000 watts. On March 31, 2009, KABC-TV filed an application with the Federal Communications Commission to upgrade its signal strength to 28,700 watts.[9] It was granted a construction permit on March 3, 2011.[10]

Local programming[edit] News programming[edit] This section includes a list of references, related reading or external links, but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations. Please help to improve this section by introducing more precise citations. (September 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) KABC-TV presently broadcasts 51 hours, 25 minutes of locally produced newscasts each week (with 7 hours, 35 minutes on weekdays, 6½ hours on Saturdays and 7 hours on Sundays). Atypical of ABC stations and major network affiliates in general, KABC-TV produces an hour-long newscast at 4 p.m. on weekend afternoons. KABC-TV formerly operated a news bureau California's state capital of Sacramento, sharing resources with sister stations KGO-TV in San Francisco and KFSN-TV in Fresno; the bureau was closed in 2014. The station also has bureaus located within its viewing area, in Riverside and Orange. In the 1980s the station also had a bureau located in Ventura. "Lew Irwin Reports," the station's first locally produced newscast, debuted in 1957. Initially, the 15-minute program was broadcast Monday through Saturday at 11:00 p.m. and featured Irwin delivering a news summary prepared by KABC Radio newswriters, followed by a seven-minute feature written by Irwin that included footage shot for the program by the MGM-owned newsreel company Telenews. Irwin interviewed a host of public figures for the program, including former President Harry Truman, then-Senator John Kennedy, philosopher Bertrand Russell, actor Marlon Brando, H-bomb scientist Edward Teller, and poets Robert Frost and Carl Sandburg. Irwin's features often included news-breaking investigations into such controversial topics as migrant workers, police brutality, proprietary hospitals, disc jockey payola, the Hollywood blacklist, and the John Birch Society.[11] In a letter to ABC News chief James Hagerty in 1961, Sandburg wrote: "He is one of the great reporters in America today....I could make a case that he is one of the most useful citizens." In 1962 a new KABC-TV program director for the station mounted a second newscast on the station (following John Daly's network newscast in the early evening) presented by Ed Fleming, who had previously worked for rival KNXT. A few months later, he decided to feature Fleming and Irwin on both the early-evening and late-night newscasts, with Fleming delivering the hard news and Irwin a long-form feature. After numerous clashes between the program director and Irwin, Irwin resigned in 1962 citing creative differences. He was eventually succeeded by KCOP newscaster Baxter Ward, who was backed by the station's first staff film crew. KABC-TV first adopted the Eyewitness News format for its newscasts in February 1969, not long after it became popular on New York City sister station WABC-TV. Like the other ABC-owned stations, Channel 7 used the "Tar Sequence" cue from the soundtrack of the 1967 film Cool Hand Luke as its theme music, and continued to use it even after the others adopted an updated version of the theme, the Frank Gari-composed "News Series 2000". Later on, the original Cool Hand Luke theme was used by the station only during the main newscast open. The station's newscasts used a synthesized version of the old theme (composed by Frank Becker) during the mid-1980s, before KABC-TV picked up the News Series 2000 package in 1990. In 1995, KABC began using Gari Media Group's Eyewitness News music package, which remains as the station's news theme to this day. Bill Bonds and Stu Nahan were channel 7's first anchor team under the Eyewitness News banner. Within two years, unable to upend the dominance of KNXT (now KCBS-TV)'s The Big News with Jerry Dunphy and KNBC's News Service format, Bonds returned to his previous ABC assignment at WXYZ-TV in Detroit and Nahan became the station's lead sportscaster. A succession of anchors–Joseph Benti, Barney Morris, John Schubeck and Judd Hambrick–followed, but the newscast gained its greatest growth in August 1975 when KABC-TV hired Dunphy as its lead anchor, following his firing from KNXT. Though initially paired with newcomer John Hambrick, Dunphy later partnered with reporter Christine Lund and that duo led KABC-TV to local news supremacy well into the 1980s. Others who have reported or anchored for KABC-TV include Lisa McRee, Harold Greene, Tawny Little, Laura Diaz, Paul Moyer, Chuck Henry, Johnny Mountain, George Fischbeck, Judd Rose and Bill Weir. Former channel 7 sports reporters and anchors include former NFL players Lynn Swann, Gene Washington, Jim Hill and Bob Chandler, and former Major League Baseball player (and current Los Angeles Dodgers radio analyst and play-by-play announcer) Rick Monday. During the 1970s and 1980s, the station's newscasts often included spirited miniature debates and commentaries reflecting various political viewpoints. Several notable politicians and political pundits appeared on these segments including Proposition 13 backer Howard Jarvis, former U.S. Representative and Senator John Tunney, Bruce Herschensohn, Bill Press and Baxter Ward. In addition, like many other stations at the time, KABC-TV aired brief editorials from the station's general manager, most notably John Severino, who served throughout the 1980s; this practice was discontinued in 1990. During the 1980s, KABC-TV was one of a few stations in the country to run a three-hour block of local newscasts on weekdays from 4 to 7 p.m. The station was the first in the region, if not the state, to introduce an hour-long newscast at 4 p.m., first anchored by Jerry Dunphy and Tawny Little in September 1980.[citation needed] Before this, the station ran two hours of news from 5–7 p.m. The station reduced this block by one half-hour in 1990, when it moved World News Tonight from 7 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. For a time in the late 1980s, its 6:30 p.m. newscast was titled Eyewitness Update and served as a final recap of the day's news, similar in nature to an 11 p.m. newscast. KABC-TV is one of three ABC stations on the West Coast to air World News at 6:30 p.m. (the two other ABC stations to do this being KGTV in San Diego and KAEF in Eureka); most other ABC stations in the western United States run the program at either 5:30 or 6p.m. In addition, the station will occasionally air the live East Coast edition of World News Tonight at 3:30 p.m since February 2018. When the network soap opera Port Charles ended its run in 2003, channel 7 expanded its midday newscast to a full hour. On January 13, 2014, KABC-TV began producing an hour-long evening newscast on Anaheim-based independent KDOC-TV (channel 56); the newscast airs seven nights a week. Concurrently, KDOC also added a midnight rebroadcast of KABC's 11 p.m. newscast.[12] KABC is the fifth ABC owned-and-operated station to enter into a news share agreement (after WTVD, KGO-TV, WPVI-TV and KFSN-TV). On May 31, 2016, KABC added a 3 p.m. newscast on weekdays, competing with KTLA's newscast at that timeslot. On September 30, 2015, the studios of KABC-TV in Glendale was evacuated due to a bomb threat, the station's employees were evacuated and forcing the station off-the-air; the suspect who is responsible for the threat was a 22-year-old Glendale man, who is later arrested on October 14, 2015. as a result, the 4:00 p.m. newscast was temporary moved outside the studio, while the police swept the studio with bomb-sniffing dogs inside. later at 4:42 p.m., the station's employees were returned to work and the newscast was continued from the studio after the threat.[13] References [14][15][16][17] In February 2017, the station's news helicopter, AIR7HD, received an upgrade and debuted two new features: XTREME Vision and SkyMap7. XTREME Vision uses the industry's most advanced zoom lens and is able to track vehicle speeds in real time. SkyMap7 uses augmented reality to allow viewers to see street names overlaying the camera, which allows for the identification of streets at night. Both features are powered by the SHOTOVER F1 Live.[18] Ratings[edit] The introduction of the Eyewitness News format, followed by the addition of syndicated staples such as The Oprah Winfrey Show (in 1986), Live with Kelly and Ryan and its predecessors (in 1991), Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune (both in 1992) has generally allowed KABC to maintain a substantial ratings advantage over its competition. Leveraging the strength of its sizeable lead-in at 3 p.m. by the now-defunct Oprah, KABC has long held first or second in the ratings for its 4 to 6:30 p.m. news block. However, ratings leads for the morning and late news have typically been spirited (and expensive) battles with local stations KTLA and KTTV in the morning, and KNBC (and recently KCBS-TV) at 11 p.m. With its across-the-board ratings success in hand, the station has been known to run quick five-second promos throughout the day that feature the slogan, "ABC7 – #1 in news, #1 in Southern California." This is a throwback to its openers during the 1980s, when the station proudly proclaimed itself "Number One in Southern California." On November 1, 2015 the station debuted a new set along with new graphics. Social Media[edit] KABC-TV as well as the other Disney owned television stations has a large presence on several social media platforms. In May 2014 it was announced that the station was the first one in the United States to surpass one million likes on Facebook. Notable current on-air staff[edit] Anchors[edit] Marc Brown – anchor David Ono - anchor Leslie Sykes – anchor Michelle Tuzee – anchor Carlos Granda - general assignment reporter Dallas Raines (AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist Seal of Approval) – chief meteorologist Notable former on-air staff[edit] This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (May 2013) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Jessica Aguirre (later with KGO, now anchor at KNTV in San Francisco) Fred Anderson Rona Barrett (later with Good Morning America; now head of self named foundation) Angela Black (later with KCBS-TV; now an actress) Bill Bonds (deceased) Susan Campos (no longer on air; runs her own company campos comm) Laura Diaz (later with KCBS-TV; now with KTTV) Todd Donoho (now host post game show for Missouri Tigers basketball on the statewide Tiger Radio Network) Jerry Dunphy (deceased) George Fischbeck (deceased) Gary Franklin (deceased) Dr. Lillian Glass (retired from TV news ; currently a body language expert) Harold Greene (later with KCBS-TV Los Angeles; retired) John Hambrick (deceased) Judd Hambrick Chuck Henry (now with KNBC) Bruce Herschensohn (retired from TV; now a senior fellow at Pepperdine University) Desiree Horton (now part-time Chopper Reporter with KCBS-TV/KCAL-TV, also runs a production helicopter company) J.J. Jackson Dana King (later with KPIX) Kelly Lange (later with KNBC; then with KCBS-TV retired) Pinky Lee Sam Chu Lin Tawny Little (later with KCOP) Ann Martin (later with KCBS-TV; retired) Nannette Miranda – Sacramento bureau chief Rick Monday (now with The Los Angeles Dodgers Radio Network) Paul Moyer (later with KNBC; retired) Terry Murphy (later with Hard Copy) Stu Nahan (deceased) Maila Nurmi Kevin O'Connell (now at WGRZ/Buffalo, New York)[19] Warren Olney (now with KCRW-FM/Santa Monica) Ron Olsen (later with KTLA; retired) Indra Petersons (now with NBC News) Regis Philbin (retired from Live!; has made guest appearances) Bill Press (Host of his self named radio show) William C. Rader (Medical License was revoked; operating in Mexico) Art Rascon (now at KTRK-TV) Maggie Rodriguez (later co-host of The Early Show on CBS) Ric Romero John Schubeck (deceased) Tom Snyder (deceased) Ralph Story (deceased) Gene Washington Bill Weir (later with ABC News as host of Nightline; now with CNN) Other locally produced programming[edit] KABC-TV produces several local shows including Vista L.A. (which profiles Latino life in Southern California), and Eye on L.A. (which has been on the air in some form since the early 1980s). On weekends, the station airs Eyewitness Newsmakers, hosted by reporter Adrienne Alpert. The station produces a sports shows under various names throughout the year, all formerly under the name ABC 7 Sports Zone, which formerly originated from the ESPN Zone in Anaheim: Rams Primetime Saturday airs following the network's telecasts of Saturday Night college football games; during the NBA season, the station airs Slam Dunk Saturday/Sunday following Saturday night and Sunday afternoon games. Most ABC 7 Sports Zone shows previously originated from local sports venues including the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Exposition Park the Rose Bowl in Pasadena and Staples Center in Los Angeles, but shows are now produced from the station's Glendale studios. It is hosted by Rob Fukuzaki, and is joined during the basketball season by former Los Angeles Laker great Michael Cooper. This program is a spin-off of Monday Night Live, which aired on KABC-TV from 1989 until Monday Night Football left the network after the 2005 NFL season. That show was hosted by Todd Donoho until 1997, and later Bill Weir and Rob Fukuzaki and featured an extensive trivia contest. The station also produced a weekly entertainment program OnTheRedCarpet, hosted by Rachel Smith (who also appears on ABC's Good Morning America as a features reporter and Saturday host of the program's "Pop News" segment). This program also aired on other ABC-owned stations, and was later syndicated to other ABC affiliates; the program was cancelled by the summer of 2014. Prior to ABC's annual telecasts of the Academy Awards, KABC-TV produces a live pre-awards show and post-awards show, On The Red Carpet at the Oscars, featuring red carpet interviews and fashion commentary. This show also airs on the network's other O&O stations and is syndicated to several ABC affiliates and other broadcasters outside the country. In the past, KABC-TV featured various locally produced shows such as AM Los Angeles; a morning talk show which at various times featured personalities Regis Philbin, Sarah Purcell, Ralph Story, Tawny Little, Cristina Ferrare, Cyndy Garvey, and Steve Edwards as hosts. Edwards also hosted a short-lived afternoon show in the mid-1980s called 330, which aired after the ABC soap opera The Edge of Night (Live! with Kelly and Michael, formerly co-hosted by Philbin until 2011 and produced at New York sister station WABC-TV, now occupies the former time slot of AM Los Angeles). On April 30, 1954, KABC-TV aired a preview program, Dig Me Later, Vampira, hosted by Maila Nurmi at 11 p.m. The Vampira Show premiered on the following night, May 1, 1954. For the first four weeks, the show aired at midnight, and it moved to 11 p.m. on May 29. Ten months later on March 5, 1955, the series began airing at 10:30 p.m. As Vampira, Nurmi introduced films while wandering through a hallway of mist and cobwebs. Her horror-related comedy antics included talking to her pet spider Rollo and encouraging viewers to write for epitaphs instead of autographs. When the series was cancelled in 1955, she retained rights to the character of Vampira. In 1964, Pinky Lee attempted a return to kids television by hosting a local children's comedy program on KABC-TV. The series was also seen in national syndication from 1964 to 1965. But the program fell prey to creative interference from the show's producers and from station management. Lee tried to fight off the creative interference, but his efforts were for naught. The 1960s version of "The Pinky Lee Kids TV Show" went off the air after one season. MLK Kingdom Day Parade[edit] The station also served as the official host broadcaster of the Kingdom Day Parade in Crenshaw, Los Angeles.

Rebroadcasters[edit] KABC is rebroadcast on the following translator stations: List of translators City Callsign Lucerne Valley K43EE Newberry Springs/Barstow K08IA 8 Ridgecrest (Eastern Kern County, California) K07NH 7 Ridgecrest (Inyo County, California) K41GO 41

See also[edit] Circle 7 logo KABC (AM) KLOS-FM (formerly KABC-FM)

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KBEH (63.1 Infomercials) KILM (64.1 PTN) Public television KVCR-DT (24.1 PBS, 24.2 FNX, 24.3 KVCR Desert Cities, 24.4 Create) KCET (28.1 Public Ind, 28.2 Link TV, 28.3 KCETLink Plus, 28.4 NHK World) KOCE-TV (50.1 PBS-HD, 50.2 PBS Plus, 50.3 Daystar, 50.4 World, 50.5 Kids) KLCS (58.1 PBS, 58.2 Kids, 58.3 Create, 58.4 FNX) Ethnic stations v t e Foreign-language television stations in the greater Los Angeles area Spanish KVTU-LP 3 / KCIO-LP 33 (Ind) KWHY-TV (22.1 Ind, 22.4 Santidad TV, 22.5 Majestad TV, 22.8 JRES) KNET-CD (25.3 ESNE) KVME-TV (23.3 ESNE) KVHD-LD (26.2 Rel) KVMD (31.1 LATV) KMEX-DT (34.1 Uni) KTAV-LD (35.1 / 35.3 / 35.8 ALMA, 35.7 Rel) K36JH-D (36.0 Vida) KTBN-TV (40.4 Enlace) KFTR-DT (46.1 UniMás) KVEA (52.1 TEL, 52.2 Exitos) KJLA (57.1 AZA) KRCA (62.1 estrellaTV, 62.2 Guadalupe Radio TV, 62.3 Tele Vida Abundante, 62.5 Latin TV) Armenian KIIO-LD (10.1 Ind) KSCI (18.2 amga, 18.5 USArmenia, 18.6 AABC TV, 18.7 Shant TV USA, 18.9 Horizon Armenian TV, 18.10 Best TV) KBEH (63.6 Pan Armenian Music TV, 63.7 Pan Armenian TV, 63.8 Armenia 1) Chinese Cantonese KXLA (44.4 Skylink 2) Mandarin KSCI (18.8 MACTV) KXLA (44.3 SkyLink 3, 44.6 ICN, 44.7 NTDTV, 44.9 G&E) KWHY (22.3 Sino TV, 22.6 HTTV) KJLA (57.9 ZWTV) KILM (64.2 Sino TV, 64.3 CTS, 64.4 TaiShan TV) Farsi KIIO-LD (10.1 Ind) Korean KSCI (18.3 MBC-D, 18.4 CGNTV, 18.11 YTN, 18.12 CHTV) KXLA (44.2 KBS, 44.5 Arirang) KILM (64.2 MDS MBN TV) Vietnamese KVME-TV (23.5 VIETV, 23.6 SCHANNEL, 23.7 VIETSUN) KWHY (22.5 VIETNET) KDOC (56.4 KVLA, 56.5 S-Channel, 56.6 VieTV) KJLA (57.2 VietFace TV, 57.3 VNATV, 57.4 SET, 57.5 SGTV, 57.6 VBS, 57.7 STV, 57.8 IBC, 57.10 ENT, 57.11 VIETSUN) Multilingual KSCI (18.1 Ind) KXLA (44.1 Asian language) Outlying areas KVTU-LP 3 (Ind, Agoura Hills) KUHD-LP 6 (Rel, Ventura) KZNO-LP 6 (Independent/community, Big Bear Lake) K12PO 12 (Ind/KUSI-TV, Temecula) KIMG-LD 19.1 (silent, Ventura) KRVD-LD 23.1 (PBS/KOCE-TV, Banning) KERO-TV (23.1 ABC, 23.2 Azteca, 23.3 MeTV, Bakersfield, available in High Desert region) KBLM-LP 25 (Spanish Ind, Riverside/Perris) K27DS (ABC/KESQ, Yucca Valley) KZSW-LP 27 (3ABN, Riverside) KVKV-LP 29 (Rel, Victorville) KBAK-TV (29.1 CBS, 29.3 Grit, 58.2 Fox, Bakersfield, available in High Desert region) KVMD (31.1 Ind, 31.2 ???, 31.3 FilAm TV (Filipino), 31.4 Guangdong TV, 31.5 Skylink 1, 31.6 Rel, 31.7 TBWTV, 31.8 WCETV, 31.9 CCTV News, Twentynine Palms) KCIO-LD (33.1 Ind, Lancaster) KVVB-LP 33 (Ind, Victorville) K55CW 34 (Ind, Victorville) K36JH-D 36 (Vida, Barstow) K41CB 41 (PBS/KOCE-TV, Lucerne Valley) KIJR-LP 47 (Rel, Lucerne Valley) KUHD-LD (51.1 Ind, Camarillo) Local cable channels Fox Sports West and Prime Ticket LA Cityview 35 Spectrum SportsNet and Spectrum Deportes SportsNet LA Defunct stations KKOG-TV 16 (Ind, Ventura/Oxnard) KPAL-LP 38 (A1, Palmdale) KEEF-TV 68 (Ind) KVST 68 (Ind, public-access) ICTN (Inland Community Television Network) La Cadena Deportiva Orange County Newschannel SportsChannel Los Angeles Adjacent areas Phoenix Las Vegas California television Bakersfield Chico–Redding Eureka Fresno Las Vegas NV Los Angeles Medford OR Monterey Inland Empire (Palm Springs) Reno NV Sacramento San Diego San Francisco Santa Barbara El Centro CA / Yuma AZ v t e ABC Network affiliates in the state of California KEYT-TV 3 / KSBB 17 / K31KE-D (Santa Barbara / San Luis Obispo) KABC-TV 7 (Los Angeles) KGO-TV 7 (San Francisco/San Jose/Oakland) KRCR-TV 7 (Redding / Chico KSBW-DT 8.2 (Salinas/Monterey/Santa Cruz) KECY-DT 9.2 (El Centro) KGTV 10 (San Diego) KXTV 10 (Sacramento) KAEF-TV 23 (Eureka) KERO 23 (Bakersfield) KFSN-TV 30 (Fresno) KESQ-TV 42 (Palm Springs) Defunct ABC stations/gone dark: KFWU 8 Fort Bragg (1990-97) substation of KRCR 7 Redding, KNTV 11 San Jose (1965-99), KHDT 38/64 Barstow/Victorville (1965-87) substation of KABC 7 Los Angeles. See also ABC CBS CW Fox Ion MyNetworkTV NBC PBS Other stations in California v t e Broadcasting stations owned and operated by Disney Media Networks All in United States ABC Owned TV Stations KABC-TV KFSN-TV KGO-TV KTRK-TV WABC-TV WLS-TV WPVI-TV WTVD Radio stations ESPN Radio/Deportes KESN KSPN KWKW1 WEPN WEPN-FM2 WMVP Radio Disney Country KRDC 1 Owned by Lotus Communications Corp., operated by Disney under an LMA. 2 Owned by Emmis Communications, operated by Disney under an LMA. AaBbCc Operated by Cumulus Media under LMA. AaBbCc Clear-channel radio stations with extended nighttime coverage. v t e Owned-and-operated stations of the major television networks of the United States Disney–ABC ABC/Live Well (8): KABC KFSN KGO KTRK WABC WLS WPVI WTVD CBS Corp. 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