Contents 1 History 1.1 Early history 1.2 UPN affiliation 1.3 MyNetworkTV affiliation 1.3.1 Move of MyNetworkTV programming to late night 2 Digital television 2.1 Digital channels 2.2 Analog-to-digital conversion 3 Programming 3.1 Sports coverage 4 News operation 4.1 Notable alumni 5 Rebroadcasters 6 Notes 7 External links


History[edit] Early history[edit] Channel 13 first signed on the air on September 17, 1948 as KMTR-TV and then later the call letters changed into KLAC-TV (standing for Los Angeles, California), and adopted the moniker "Lucky 13". It was originally co-owned with local radio station KMTR (now KLAC). Operating as an independent station early on, it began running some programming from the DuMont Television Network[1] in 1949 after KTLA (channel 5) disaffiliated from the network after a one-year tenure. One of KLAC-TV's earlier stars was veteran actress Betty White, who starred in Al Jarvis's Make-Believe Ballroom (later Hollywood on Television) from 1949 to 1952, and then her own sitcom, Life with Elizabeth from 1952 to 1956. Television personality Regis Philbin and actor/director Leonard Nimoy once worked behind the scenes at channel 13, and Oscar Levant had his own show on the station from 1958 to 1960. The KMTR call letters are currently used by NBC affiliate in Eugene, Oregon. That station is unrelated to KCOP-TV. On December 23, 1953, the Copley Press (publishers of the San Diego Union-Tribune) purchased KLAC-TV and changed its call letters to the current KCOP.[2] A Bing Crosby-led group purchased the station in 1957.[3] In 1959, the NAFI Corporation, which would later merge with Chris-Craft Boats to become Chris-Craft Industries, bought channel 13.[4] NAFI/Chris-Craft would be channel 13's longest-tenured owner, running it for over 40 years.[5] For most of its first 46 years on the air, channel 13 was a typical general entertainment independent station. It was usually the third or fourth highest-rated independent in Southern California, trading the #3 spot with KHJ-TV (channel 9, now KCAL-TV).[citation needed] The station carried Operation Prime Time programming at least in 1978.[6] During the 1980s and early 1990s, it was the Los Angeles home of Star Trek: The Next Generation (as well as the Original Series), The Arsenio Hall Show and Baywatch.[7] KCOP was the original Los Angeles home of the syndicated versions of Wheel of Fortune (its longtime announcer until his death in 2010, Charlie O'Donnell, was a former news anchor at KCOP) and Jeopardy!, both of which moved to KCBS-TV (channel 2) in 1989, and later to KABC-TV (channel 7) in 1992. The station tried airing movies six nights a week in 1992; however, it fared poorly. KCOP partnered with WWOR-TV and MCA TV Entertainment on a two night programming block, Hollywood Premiere Network starting in October 1990.[8] KCOP carried the Prime Time Entertainment Network programming service from 1993 to 1995.[9] KCOP carried Spelling Premiere Network at its launch in August 1994 on Thursday nights.[10] UPN affiliation[edit] In 1994, Chris-Craft and its broadcasting subsidiary, United Television, partnered with Viacom's newly acquired subsidiary Paramount Pictures to form the United Paramount Network. KCOP became the network's Los Angeles station, which debuted on January 16, 1995 (this made channel 13 a UPN owned-and-operated station through Chris-Craft's ownership of the network – later part-ownership once Viacom bought 50% of UPN from Chris-Craft in 1996). At the network's launch, KCOP served as UPN's West Coast "flagship" station. During the late 1990s, the station began carrying a large amount of younger leaning talk shows (such as The Ricki Lake Show, The Jenny Jones Show, and The Montel Williams Show), reality series, some sitcoms during the evening hours, and syndicated cartoons (such as Double Dragon) in the morning well as the popular anime series Sailor Moon. In 2000, Viacom bought Chris-Craft's 50% ownership interest in UPN; the deal effectively stripped KCOP of its status as one of the network's O&Os in the process (and making UPN the first major broadcast network to not have an O&O in the Los Angeles market, unless one counts KTLA's designation as an O&O by the Federal Communications Commission – ironically due to that station's founding owner Paramount's relations with DuMont – in the early 1950s after having already disaffiliated from the network). On August 12, 2000, Chris-Craft sold its UPN stations to the Fox Television Stations subsidiary of News Corporation for $5.5 billion;[11] a deal that was finalized on July 31, 2001, creating a duopoly with Fox O&O KTTV. Upon being sold to Fox, the Fox Kids weekday block moved to KCOP in the mid-afternoons, only for it to be discontinued nationwide in January 2002.[12] Soon after, the station ran an hour-long morning cartoon block (supplied by DIC Entertainment), but dropped cartoons entirely in September 2006. Channel 13 was the last local television station to air cartoons on weekdays; like the other local stations, the cartoons were replaced with informercials. In a separate transaction from its purchase of UPN, Viacom purchased KCOP's rival, KCAL-TV, from Young Broadcasting on June 1, 2002. Rumors persisted that UPN would move to the higher-rated KCAL, reverting KCOP to independent station status. However, Viacom decided to continue operating KCAL as an independent, as Fox renewed affiliation agreements for its UPN-affiliated stations for four years, keeping the network's programming on KCOP. With Fox's acquisition of KCOP, the station abandoned its longtime Hollywood studios at 915 North La Brea Avenue (once home to the classic Barry & Enright-produced game shows The Joker's Wild and Tic-Tac-Dough, and short-lived B&E entry Play the Percentages) with KCOP's news and technical operations being moved into KTTV's facilities at the Fox Television Center in West Los Angeles in 2003.[13] The La Brea Avenue studio was put up for sale, with Fox electing to keep the facility, remodeling it to house the first two seasons of the reality series Hell's Kitchen.[14] It was eventually abandoned with fixtures in place, and become a haven for squatters who were evicted by police in May 2009.[15] The studio was eventually torn down, and currently the site is under construction, with a large apartment complex expected to open on the site around November 2015.[16] First logo under MNTV affiliation, used from September 2006 to 2013. MyNetworkTV affiliation[edit] On January 24, 2006, the Warner Bros. unit of Time Warner and CBS Corporation announced that the two companies would shut down UPN and The WB and combine the networks' respective programming to create a new "fifth" network called The CW.[17][18] KTLA, which had been the market's WB affiliate since the network's January 1995 launch, became The CW's Los Angeles affiliate as part of a 10-year affiliation deal between the new network and KTLA's owner, Tribune Broadcasting. The CW's initial affiliate list did not include any of Fox's UPN stations, but even without the Tribune affiliation deal, it is unlikely that KCOP would have been picked over KTLA as The CW's management was on record as preferring The WB and UPN's "strongest" affiliates – KTLA had led KCOP in the ratings dating back to when they were both independent stations. The day after the announcement of The CW's pending launch, on January 25, 2006, Fox dropped all network references from its UPN stations' on-air branding, and stopped promoting UPN's programs altogether. Accordingly, KCOP changed its branding from "UPN 13" to "Channel 13", and amended the station's 2002 logo to omit the UPN logo and just feature the boxed "13". On February 22, 2006, News Corporation announced the launch of a new "sixth" network called MyNetworkTV, which would have KCOP and the other Fox-owned UPN stations (plus an independent station in Dallas–Fort Worth) serve as the nuclei.[19][20] UPN continued to broadcast on stations across the country until September 15, 2006. While some of the network's affiliates that switched to MyNetworkTV (which commenced operations on September 5, 2006) aired the final two weeks of UPN programs outside of its recommended primetime slot, the Fox-owned stations, including KCOP, dropped UPN entirely on August 31, 2006. In September 2006, the station began identifying itself as "MyNetworkTV, Channel 13"; the branding changed again in May 2007, simplified to "My13 Los Angeles". Move of MyNetworkTV programming to late night[edit] As of September 14, 2015, the station now airs other programming in MyNetworkTV's traditional 8 p.m.-10 p.m. timeslot, including TMZ Live and Hollywood Today Live; MyNetworkTV's schedule is now carried out of primetime in late night from 11:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. on weeknights. This makes KCOP the most high-profile station carrying MyNetworkTV to move it out of primetime, along with the first Fox-owned station to do so (Gary, Indiana (in the Chicago media market)-licensed WPWR-TV moved MyNetworkTV programming to 10 p.m.-midnight on September 1, 2016 after assuming that market's The CW affiliation from Tribune-owned WGN-TV, taking The CW as its primary affiliation). at some point in time, KCOP moved MNTV back to the 8-10pm slot.


Digital television[edit] Digital channels[edit] The station's digital channel is multiplexed: Channel Video Aspect PSIP Short Name Programming[21] 11.2 480i 16:9 KTTV-SD Simulcast of KTTV 11.3 Light TV Light TV 13.1 720p KCOP-DT Main KCOP-TV programming / MyNetworkTV 13.2 480i 4:3 BUZZR Buzzr 13.3 16:9 MOVIES! Movies![22][23][24] 13.4 HEROES Heroes and Icons On November 4, 2011, Fox Television Stations signed an affiliation agreement with Bounce TV for KCOP and its New York City-area sister station WWOR-TV.[25] KCOP began carrying Bounce TV on digital subchannel 13.2 on March 8, 2012 (WWOR added the network on its 9.3 subchannel two weeks earlier on February 24). The network has also been added to the subchannels of Fox-owned MyNetworkTV stations in five other markets: Baltimore, Phoenix, Orlando, Dallas and Minneapolis; the Baltimore affiliation had since moved to a subchannel of ABC affiliate WMAR-TV, soon after Fox sold-off MyNetworkTV outlet WUTB to Deerfield Media. In three other markets where Fox owns MyNetworkTV stations (Chicago, Houston and Washington, D.C.), Bounce TV is carried on the subchannel space of other competing stations in those markets. As a result of Bounce TV signing a new carriage agreement with Univision Communications in 2014, the network moved to the third subchannel of Univision owned & operated station KMEX (channel 34) on March 9, 2015. Buzzr, a new digital multicast network focusing on classic game shows, which is a joint venture of Fremantle Media (most notably, the owners of the Mark Goodson and Reg Grundy libraries among others) and KCOP's parent company, Fox Television Stations, debuted on channel 13.2 on June 1, 2015. On September 18, 2015, Weigel Broadcasting and Fox Television Stations announced an affiliation agreement to carry diginet Heroes and Icons on subchannels of Fox-owned stations in New York City, Los Angeles, Dallas, San Francisco, Washington, D.C., Phoenix, Detroit, Tampa, Orlando and Charlotte beginning October 1, 2015. Analog-to-digital conversion[edit] KCOP-TV shut down its analog signal, over VHF channel 13, on June 12, 2009, as part of the federally mandated transition from analog to digital television.[26] The station's digital signal relocated from its transition period UHF channel 66, 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 13.[27]


Programming[edit] KCOP may air Fox network programming should it be preempted by KTTV for long-form breaking news coverage or special programming. Sports coverage[edit] Channel 13 served as the broadcast home of the Los Angeles Marathon 1986 to 2001, the NBA's Los Angeles Clippers from 1991 to 1996,[28] and the Los Angeles Dodgers from 2002 to 2005. Like many local stations in the earlier years of television, KCOP hosted its own weekly Studio Wrestling show for many years during the 1970s. Stars such as Freddie Blassie, John Tolos, Rocky Johnson, André the Giant and The Sheik headlined the shows, with longtime local announcer Dick Lane behind the microphone calling the action.[29] In later years, pro wrestling returned to KCOP by way of the World Wrestling Entertainment program Smackdown, which aired on the station from 1999 to 2006 (as a UPN affiliate) and again from 2008 to 2010 (as a MyNetworkTV affiliate). In the past, Channel 13 also aired other wrestling programs, including World Class Championship Wrestling and the NWA. Channel 13 also televised live boxing matches, originating from the Grand Olympic Auditorium in downtown Los Angeles, on and off from the late 1960s until as recently as the mid-1990s, with legendary Los Angeles sportscaster Jim Healy calling the action in the early years.[30] From 2005 to 2007, KCOP carried St. Louis Rams preseason games produced by corporate sibling Fox Sports Midwest and now-former sister station KTVI. Back in the 1950s during the team's early years in Los Angeles, the station broadcast many Rams regular season games before NFL games became more exclusive to the major broadcast networks (such as CBS, NBC and DuMont). However, in July 2008, the NFL's broadcast committee decided to no longer allow teams to broadcast preseason games beyond even their secondary markets. This was done more so to protect the league's broadcast partners, including KCBS-TV and KTLA, the respective local broadcasters of San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders preseason games.[31] From 2006 to 2011, KCOP held the broadcast television rights to Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim baseball; the team and Fox Sports West signed a 20-year broadcast deal beginning with the 2012 season, making 150 annual Angels telecasts exclusive to Fox Sports West, with a selected portion of that schedule airing on Prime Ticket, although KCOP aired a game between the Angels and the Minnesota Twins on May 9, 2012 due to scheduling conflicts with other sports events on Fox Sports West and Prime Ticket. Due to its relationship with their corporate sibling regional sports networks, KCOP serves as an overflow channel for Fox Sports West and Prime Ticket, as it aired five Los Angeles Kings hockey games during the 2010–11 season,[32] as well as televising selected late-season games from the 2011–12 season, plus the first two games of the Kings' first-round playoff series against the Vancouver Canucks. In the time since, KCOP will occasionally air selected Kings games, as well as those of the team's crosstown rival, the Anaheim Ducks. The Ducks discontinued its over-the-air partnership with KDOC-TV after the 2013–14 season, as the team elected to take its local television schedule exclusively to Prime Ticket, with occasional games on KCOP and Fox Sports West, as part of a new broadcast agreement signed in October 2014[33] On April 8, 2011, KCOP televised its first Clippers game since 1996 (a road game versus the Dallas Mavericks), as a last-minute scheduling addition to the team's television schedule. During the 2011–12 season, also as a last-minute addition, the station televised two Clipper games; a road contest versus the Denver Nuggets on April 18, and game six of their playoff series versus the Memphis Grizzlies on May 11.[34] As a Fox-owned station, KCOP has been granted special rights to two Fox NFL games during the 2017 regular season, both home contests featuring the Chargers, newly relocated to Los Angeles from San Diego. The broadcasts will occur on weekends when CBS gets the doubleheader, but the Rams are on KTTV (as they will be in the early game slot on those weeks, the Rams get priority).[35]


News operation[edit] For many years, KCOP aired a primetime newscast at 10 p.m., as well as a weekday afternoon newscast at 2 p.m. during the late 1970s and early 1980s. During the 1980s, the station paired its local 10:00 program with the syndicated Independent Network News (which was produced by New York City's WPIX). The INN newscast later moved to KTLA, when Tribune Broadcasting (the distributor of INN, and owner of WPIX) purchased that station in 1985. Channel 13's news programs generally were the lowest-rated evening newscasts of the seven VHF television stations in the Los Angeles market. The newscast's length varied from 30 minutes to an hour depending on the station's budget. An ambitious attempt to relaunch KCOP's news operation came in January 1993, when the 10 p.m. newscast was renamed Real News and introduced a new format that featured anchors moving around the station's newsroom (similar to the format pioneered by CITY-TV in Toronto), in-depth reports, and newsmagazine elements.[36][37] However, the new format, which accompanied technological improvements and an expansion of the news staff,[36][37] did not pay off in the ratings, and Real News was scaled back to a half-hour on weeknights in May 1994, with the anchors now seated at a desk, with weekend newscasts being cut entirely.[38][39] Shortly after this, the newscast was rebranded as UPN News 13. For a brief period of time during the late 1990s, KCOP tried airing a half-hour newscast at 3:30 p.m. weekdays, later airing it at 7:30 p.m. weeknights. However, when the station was purchased by Fox and its operations were merged with KTTV, channel 13's newscast was moved to 11 p.m. to avoid direct competition with channel 11 (which runs an hour-long 10 p.m. newscast), and trimmed it from an hour in length down to 30 minutes. The station's news production and resources also began to be handled by KTTV. After Fox purchased the station, KCOP's late-evening newscast took a more unconventional approach than its network-owned competition, KCBS-TV, KABC-TV and KNBC (channel 4). To appeal to a younger audience, it mainly featured its female news anchors in slightly more revealing, trendy clothing. Its news stories also tend to be much shorter in detail, in a faster-paced format. In addition, it became the first station to emphasize entertainment and trend-setting feature stories as a major part of its format, an idea that attracted a large young demographic. Nevertheless, channel 13's newscasts continually placed fourth in the ratings, as it did when the station was competing at 10 p.m. against KTTV, KTLA and KCAL-TV. However, KCOP's news drew substantially higher ratings among younger viewers, especially young Latinos. On April 10, 2006, KCOP's newscast was expanded from 30 minutes to one hour, which made it the only Los Angeles station with an hour-long newscast at 11 p.m. On August 14, 2006, the newscast was rebranded as My13 News to reflect the station's pending MyNetworkTV affiliation. With the purchase by Fox, many of KCOP's former staff either left the station or were released, reporter Hal Eisner was one of the remaining staffers who had been with KCOP since the Chris-Craft era, beginning there in the early 1990s. Before that, however, he had worked at KTTV for a time from 1987 to 1988. Today, Eisner files reports for KTTV. On December 1, 2008, KCOP shortened its 11 p.m. newscast to a half-hour, which became anchored by KTTV's 10 p.m. anchors Christine Devine and Carlos Amezcua, as it was considered an extension of the earlier newscast; the newscast's retitling to Fox News at 11 marked the end of a KCOP-branded and produced newscast. On September 10, 2012, KCOP launched a half-hour 7 p.m. newscast on weeknights that also used the Fox News branding; the newscast was also anchored by Amezcua and Devine.[40] On August 9, 2013, KCOP announced the cancellation of its 7 and 11 p.m. newscasts, ending a five-decade run of news programming on the station; its final newscast aired on September 22, 2013.[41] Notable alumni[edit] Ross Becker (now at KUSI-TV/San Diego) Harold Dow (later with CBS News; deceased) Tom Duggan (deceased) Harris Faulkner (now at Fox News Channel) Hal Fishman (later with KTLA; deceased) Gary Franklin (deceased) Vic "The Brick" Jacobs {now at KLAC AM 570} Robert Kovacik (now anchor/reporter with KNBC-TV) Tawny Little Larry McCormick (later with KTLA; deceased) José Mota (now with Fox Sports West) Jim Nash (retired) Kent Ninomiya Charlie O'Donnell (deceased) Warren Olney Regis Philbin Bill Press George Putnam (deceased) Danny Romero (now at KABC-TV) Lauren Sánchez Bill Seward (now with NBC Sports) Mark Thompson (now with KFI AM 640) Betty White (now on TVLand's "Hot in Cleveland")


Rebroadcasters[edit] KCOP's signal is rebroadcast on the following translator stations: K51AN in Victorville, California [42] from Quartzsite Mountain. List of translators  City Callsign Lucerne Valley K43EE Ridgecrest K13NF K49AA-D


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External links[edit] My13LA.com – Official KCOP-TV website MyFoxLA.com – Official KTTV website [5] – listing of 1946 construction permit KCOP-TV on IMDbPro (subscription required) Query the FCC's TV station database for KCOP-TV Query the FCC's TV station database for K51AN Query the FCC's TV station database for K13NF Query the FCC's TV station database for K49AA Program Information for KCOP at TitanTV.com v t e Television in Greater Los Angeles Network O&Os are in bold English-language stations KCBS-TV (2.1 CBS, 2.2 Decades) KNBC (4.1 NBC, 4.2 Cozi TV) KTLA (5.1 CW, 5.2 Antenna TV, 5.3 This TV) KSFV-CD 6.1 (HSN) KABC-TV (7.1 ABC, 7.2 LWN, 7.3 Laff) KFLA-LD (8.1 RTV, 8.2 CSTV, 8.3 Tuff TV, 8.4 Vmas) KCAL-TV (9.1 Ind) KTTV (11.1 Fox, 11.3 Light TV) KTBV-LD (12.1 Cornerstone TV, 12.2 3ABN Dare to Dream, 12.3 GBN, 12.4 3ABN, 12.5 Al Karma TV, 12.6 CNL) KCOP-TV (13.1 MNTV, 13.2 Buzzr, 13.3 Movies!, 13.4 H&I) KVME-TV (20.1 MeTV) KWHY-TV (22.2 SBN) KNET-CD 25.1 (HSN) KVHD-LD 26.1 (EVINE Live) KPXN-TV (30.1 Ion, 30.2 Qubo, 30.3 Ion Life, 30.4 Ion Shop, 30.5 QVC Over the Air, 30.6 HSN) KMEX-DT (34.3 Bounce, 34.4 Justice) KTAV-LD (35.2 GuideUS TV, 35.4 SBN, 35.5 CTVN, 35.6 Peace TV) KHIZ-LD (39.1 The Country Network, 39.2 JTV) KTBN-TV (40.1 TBN, 40.2 Church, 40.3 JUCE TV/Smile, 40.5 Salsa) KFTR-DT (46.2 GetTV, 46.3 Escape, 46.4 Grit) KDOC-TV (56.1 Ind, 56.3 MeTV, 56.4 Comet TV, 56.8 Charge!) 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 TV Unidos) 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) KAZA-TV (54.1 AZA, 54.2 Azteca Novelas) KJLA (57.1 LATV) 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 MyNetworkTV network affiliates in the state of California KOTR-LP 2 (Gonzales/Monterey/Salinas) KEYT-DT 3.2 (Santa Barbara) KRON 4.1 (San Francisco) KAIL 7.1 (Fresno) KECY 9.1 (El Centro) KCOP 13.1 (Los Angeles) KRVU-LD 21 / KZVU-LD 22 (Redding/Chico) KECA-LD 29.2 (Eureka) KUVI 45.1 (Bakersfield) XHDTV 49.1 (Tecate, BC/ San Diego)1 KPSE-LD 50 (Palm Springs) KQCA 58.1 (Stockton/Sacramento/Modesto) 1XHDTV is licensed to Tecate, Mexico, but primarily serves viewers in the San Diego market. See also ABC CBS CW Fox Ion MyNetworkTV NBC PBS Other stations in California v t e Fox Entertainment Group 20th Century Fox 20th Century Fox Animation 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment Fox Star Studios Blue Sky Studios Fox Searchlight Pictures Fox Studios Australia Fox Music Fox Television Group 20th Century Fox Television 20th Television Fox 21 Television Studios Fox Television Animation Fox Broadcasting Company Endemol Shine GroupJV Endemol USA Authentic Entertainment True Entertainment 51 Minds Entertainment UK Tiger Aspect Productions Zeppotron Australia India Shine Group Bossa Studios ChannelFlip Dragonfly Friday TV Kudos Metronome Princess Productions Shine America Shine TV CORE Media Group 19 Entertainment Sharp Entertainment Fox News Group Fox News Channel Fox Business Network Fox News Radio Fox Nation Fox Television Stations Movies!JV MyNetworkTV Fox Television Stations Productions Fox KDFW KMSP KRIV KSAZ KTBC KTTV KTVU WAGA WFLD WJBK WJZY WNYW WOFL WOGX WTTG WTVT WTXF MyNetworkTV KCOP KDFI KTXH KUTP WDCA WFTC WMYT WPWR WRBW WWOR Other WPWR (CW) KICU (Ind.) Fox Networks Group FX Networks FX FXX FX Movie Channel Fox Sports Big Ten NetworkJV Fox Deportes Fox Sports Networks Fox Sports 1 Fox Sports 2 Fox Soccer Plus Fox College Sports YES Network Fox Networks Group International Fox Asia Bulgaria Finland Germany, Austria and Switzerland Greece and Cyprus India Italy Latin America Arabia Netherlands Poland Portugal Balkans Spain Turkey UK and Ireland Hungary Norway Russia Estonia Lithuania Latvia Sweden Belgium Fox Life Asia Bulgaria Croatia Greece and Cyprus Italy India Latin America Portugal Spain Turkey FX Australia Asia CanadaJV Latin America Turkey Fox Sports Africa Asia Australia Fox Sports and EntertainmentJV (Japan) Brazil Europe Italy Latin America Middle East NetherlandsJV Fox Sports Eredivisie Fox Sports International Philippines Fox Sports Racing (Canada and Caribbean) Turkey JTBC3 Fox SportsJV (South Korea) Fox Sports News (Australia) Fuel TV (Europe, Middle East and Africa) Fox Footy (Australia) Fox League (Australia) National Geographic National Geographic Africa Asia Australia and New Zealand CanadaJV France Germany Greece India Latin America Netherlands Portugal Scandinavia South Korea UK and Ireland Turkey Nat Geo WildJV Canada Europe Latin America Nat Geo Mundo Nat Geo People Nat Geo Music Nat Geo Kids Spanish Latin America Brazil FXX CanadaJV Fox Crime Asia Bulgaria Italy Portugal Serbia Turkey Fox Comedy Italy Poland Portugal MENA Fox Movies MENA Portugal Balkans Japan Asia 24Kitchen Netherlands Portugal Turkey Fox Premium Brazil Latin America Other Channel V Fox Action Movies Fox Family Movies TVNJV (Asia) Fox Animation (Italy) BabyTV Fox Classics (Japan) Fox Filipino Fox Kids (Finland) FXM (Latin America) Viajar (Spain) Voyage (France) YourTV (UK and Ireland) STAR TV Star World Premiere Star Movies Action Star Sports China India Star Plus UK and Ireland Movies OK Star Bharat Star Utsav Star Gold Star Vijay (81%) Star Jalsha Star Pravah Jalsha Movies Asianet Communications Asianet Asianet Plus Asianet Suvarna Asianet Movies Star Chinese Movies Star Chinese Channel Star Entertainment Channel Phoenix Television (17.6%) Phoenix InfoNews Channel Phoenix Movies Channel Phoenix Hong Kong Channel Phoenix Chinese News and Entertainment Channel Phoenix North America Chinese Channel Fox Sports Digital Media FoxSports.com WhatIfSports Yardbarker Investments Fox Telecolombia (51%) Other Fox Digital Entertainment Zero Day Fox 20th Century Fox World (Malaysia) (license to Resort World by Genting Group) 20th Century Fox World (Dubai) Defunct 20th Century Fox Records 20th Century Fox Video Bem Simples CBS/Fox Video ESPN Asia ESPN Philippines ESPNews Asia Fox Atomic Fox Animation Studios Foxstar Productions Fox Faith Fox Football Channel Fox Footy Channel Fox Interactive Fox Kids Fox Life Netherlands Fox Movie Channel Fox Next Fox Sports Houston Fox Sports News Asia Fox Sports Türkiye Fox Sports World Canada Fox Soccer Fox Television Studios Fox Video FSN Chicago Fuel TV Australia Fuel TV Portugal FX Greece FX India GXT Life OK Metromedia MTM Enterprises MBC3 MTV Nat Geo y Yo New World Pictures Prime Network Regency Television Speed Speed Australia Speed Latin America Star One SportsChannel America Utilísima Viva Cinema 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. CBS/Decades (14): KCBS KCNC KDKA KOVR KPIX KTVT KYW WBBM WBZ WCBS WCCO WFOR WJZ WWJ The CW (w/WB) (8): KBCW KMAX KSTW WKBD WPCW WPSG WTOG WUPA 21st Century Fox Fox (17): KDFW KMSP KRIV KSAZ KTBC KTTV KTVU WAGA WFLD WJBK WJZY WNYW WOFL/WOGX WTTG WTVT WTXF MyNet (10): KCOP KDFI KTXH KUTP WDCA WFTC WMYT WPWR3 WRBW WWOR NBCU NBC/Cozi (11): KNBC KNSD KNTV KXAS WBTS WCAU WMAQ WNBC WRC WTVJ WVIT Telemundo/TeleXitos (17): KBLR KDEN KEJT-LP KHRR KNSD-DT20 KNSO2 KSTS KTAZ KTLM KTMD KVDA KVEA KXTX WKAQ WNEU WNJU WSCV WSNS WWSI Univision Comm. Univision (22): KABE-CD KAKW KCEC1 KDTV KFTV KLUZ1 KMEX KTVW KUTH KUVE KUVN KUVS KWEX KXLN WFDC1 WGBO WLII/WSUR WLTV WQHS WUNI1 WUVC WUVG WUVP WVEA1 WVEN1 WXTV UniMás (22): KBTF KFPH KFSF KTFF KFTH KTFK KTFO KFTR KFTU KNIC KSTR WAMI WFPA-CD WFTY WFUT WTNC WXFT PBS (major stations) KERA KLCS KOCE KQED KQEH KUHT KVCR-DT WETA WGBH WGBX WHYY WLIW WNET NJTV WPBT WTTW Univision owns the licenses to these stations but the stations themselves are operated by Entravision Communications under LMA. NBC Universal owns the license but the station is operated by Serestar Communications. Secondary affiliation; The CW is the station's primary affiliation. v t e Other television stations in the state of California Ion Television KSPX-TV 29 (Sacramento) KPXN-TV 30 (San Bernardino) KKPX-TV 65 (San Jose) Youtoo America KMCA-LD 10 (Redding) KYMB-LD 27.4 (Monterey) KJEO-LD 32.2 (Fresno) Retro Television Network KAXT 1.2 (San Francisco) KEYT-TV 3.2 (Santa Barbara) KAIL 7.2 (Fresno) Me-TV KCRA-TV 3.2 (Sacramento) KRCR-TV 7.2 (Redding) KGTV 10.2 & KZSD 41 (San Diego) KOFY-TV 20.2 (San Francisco) KVME 22.1 (Palmdale/Lancaster/Los Angeles) KAEF-TV 23.2 (Arcata) KERO-TV 23.3 (Bakersfield) KYMB-LD 27.2 (Monterey) KRET-CD 31.1 (Cathedral City) KGMC 43.6 (Clovis) KDOC-TV 56.3 (Anaheim/Los Angeles) Antenna TV KRON 4.3 (San Francisco) KTLA 5.2 (Los Angeles) KRET-CD 31.4 (Cathedral City) KTXL 40.2 (Sacramento) KGMC 43.5 (Clovis) KSWB-TV 69.2 (San Diego) Bounce TV KVHF 4.2 (Fresno) KUVS 19.3 (Sacramento) KMEX 34.3 (Los Angeles) KFSF 66.2 (Sacramento) This TV KTLA 5.3 (Los Angeles) KCVU 20.2 (Redding-Chico) KMPH 26.2 (Fresno) KYMB 27.2 (Monterey) KBVU 28.2 (Eureka) KBFX 29.2 (Bakersfield) KRET-CD 31.2 (Palm Springs) KTNC 42.3 (San Francisco) KQCA 58.2 (Stockton-Sacramento) KSWB 69.3 (San Diego) Movies! KRCR 7.3 (Chico) KCOP 13.3 (Los Angeles) KAEF 23.3 (Eureka) Decades KCBS 2.2 (Los Angeles) KPIX 5.2 (San Francisco) KOVR 13.2 (Stockton/Sacramento) Other Stations KAXT-CD (1.3 QVC, 1.7 VieTop, 1.8 Creation TV, 1.10 Tiempos Finales, 1.11 Jewelry, San Francsico) K15CU-D (15.1 Cozi TV, Monterey) KVHF-LD (4.4 AMGTV, Fresno) KQSL (8.1 TheCoolTV, 8.2 Tuff TV, Fort Bragg) KGOF-LP (33.2 The Family Channel / 33.4 TheCoolTV, Fresno) Defunct KAZV-LP 14 (Modesto) KCCE-LP 50 (San Luis Obispo) See also ABC CBS CW Fox Ion MyNetworkTV NBC PBS Other stations in California See also Azteca América Telemundo UniMás Univision Other Spanish network affiliates Religious Home Shopping Independent Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=KCOP-TV&oldid=814211105" Categories: Television stations in Los AngelesMyNetworkTV affiliatesFox Television StationsBuzzr affiliatesMovies! affiliatesTelevision channels and stations established in 1948Los Angeles Dodgers broadcastersLos Angeles Rams broadcastersMajor League Baseball over-the-air television broadcastersNational Hockey League over-the-air television broadcastersPrime Time Entertainment NetworkATSC-M/H stationsUPN network affiliatesRomper RoomHidden categories: Webarchive template wayback linksPages using deprecated image syntaxCoordinates on WikidataAll articles with unsourced statementsArticles with unsourced statements from April 2015Pages containing links to subscription-only content


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